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Richard William Jones

January 1, 1944February 9, 2020

Richard W. Jones, of Advance, North Carolina, passed away on February 9, 2020 at the age of 76. He was born on January 1, 1944 in Milton, Wisconsin to the late John and Roberta Jones. Richard graduated from University of Wisconsin – Whitewater in 1967. He worked as a chemist for Badger Army Ammunition Plant in Baraboo, WI then in quality control for Ray-O-Vac in Madison, WI and Flexi-Tech division of Sullivan Graphics in Hanover, PA. Richard and his wife moved from York, PA to Advance after his retirement. Richard enjoyed fishing, woodworking, and reading his kindle. He was a sports fanatic, pulling for the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Cubs, and Wisconsin Badgers. He is survived by his loving wife, Faye Jones; daughter, Jennifer (Kermit) Wrights of Clemmons; grandson, Logan Wrights of Clemmons; special friends, Bob and Karen Lay of Verona, WI and Dean and Sharon Vang of Mesa, AZ, close cousin, Barb Jones of Fond Du Lac, WI; and many other family members and friends. The family would like to give a special thanks to Dr. Demetria Jacks, Dr. Volker Stieber, Novant Health Oncology Cancer Services of Winston Salem, and Kate B Reynolds Hospice Home. Memorial contributions can be made to Kate B Reynolds Hospice Home (Trellis Supportive Care Foundation) or Cancer Services of Winston Salem.


  • Faye Jones, Wife
  • Jennifer Wrights (Kermit), Daughter
  • Logan Wrights, Grandson
  • Barb Jones, Cousin


Richard William Jones

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Jack & Priscilla Goodger

February 13, 2020

Faye and family--
May you be comforted by fond memories of your life together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
Jack and Priscilla Goodger

Betty Hanlon

February 13, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Betty Hanlon (Aunt Betty Goodger)
3606 East Rotamer Road Janesville Wi, 53546

Richard Longhenry

February 12, 2020

Dick Jones {Clarence}. I was saddened to hear of your passing. We spoke a week ago and everything was fine. How quickly things change. But our memories will never change. Like playing football with you in high school. Your '51 Pontiac and my '51 Mercury. Starting out as good old farm boys. Thank you for the memories "Clarence". Love ya like a brother. I'll meet you on the other side.

Your classmate Dick Longhenry {George}
Milton Union High School class of 1962

Harry Hill

February 12, 2020

A wonderful man that I will remember. He had a heart of gold and nicknamed by friends and Mr. Dr Pepper.
Rest in peace my Friend.....

Bob Danielson

February 11, 2020

Dick ,Gary Myself and many friends that grew up in the good old days , and enjoyed our friendship stuck together thru out the 60's as we played Fast Pitch softball all over the country and went on to win several local championship's our times together the after game with good cold beer !! I was honored to be in Dick and Faye's wedding and continued communication after they left the area as Dick changed jobs ,His move to Pennsylvania we talked on the phone or by email Dick was not a social media guru ? I tried to get him to get with it but I guess he was worried someone might wanted to be him/LOL His visit to my house was a pleasure to reflect on things he was impressed with the scrap book I kept , to remember the good times.. He told me a few times about his cancer but again very little always playing the down the serious results , Faye and Jenn( sorry I never had the oppertunity to meet you and Dick's grandson ) I am on face book if you ever want to contact me! I would like that. I will miss you Dick Jones!!Jonesy!! Tv bobbyd

Janet Lounds

February 11, 2020

I remember having coffee and M and Ms together with Faye and Dick. Watching the movie What’s about Bob ? I remember Dicks smile and his pleasant attitude. He was a special friend.