OBITUARY

Mrs. Dorris Ann Jones

May 13, 1931November 17, 2021

Dorris Ann Sanders Jones, 90, passed from this world on November 16, 2021 at 11:34 pm at the home of her daughter, Kelly; exactly where she wanted to be. A third generation Texas native, she was born May 13, 1931 to Louise Thomson Sanders and Sudie Frank Sanders in Fort Worth, Texas She is survived by sons Scott Ausburn, Gene Jones, Jr, daughters, Marthalaine (Marty) Ringler, Christie Jones, and Kelly Guyon. She also leaves behind 16 precious grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren, and her brothers, Ronnie, Donald, and Dudie Sanders Those who have gone before her and welcoming her now include her husband of 49 years, Darrell Jones, her mother and father, grandparents, and her precious aunt, Pearl Milligan. A retired nurse, she worked in CCU at Arlington Memorial Hospital for many years. She was an accomplished seamstress, baker of beautiful birthday cakes, creator of a multitude of costumes, wedding garters, wedding dresses, and beautiful baby blankets and quilts. She loved growing flowers and plants and feeding the birds. She spent her life taking care of others as a wife, mother, grandmother and nurse. She never forgot a birthday, and loved her family so well and always made them feel special and important. She was a proud member of St Peter’s Orthodox Church in Fort Worth and loved all the babies and children she kept in the nursery and saw many generations grow.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, November 22, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Monday, November 22, 2021

Memories

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Deborah Ruiz

November 23, 2021

Please accept my condolences for the passing of your sweet mother. Your family will continue to be in my prayers. I will cherish the memories of Dorris and I studying the Bible for many years together. She was a cherished friend, and will be missed.

Wanda Ausburn

November 20, 2021

From the first time I met Dorris Ann, she made me feel like part of the family. She was my Mother -in -law for 46 years and she was the best! Smartest person I’ve ever known. She had so much knowledge about so many things, everyone wanted to be on her team to play Trivia Pursuit. Of course her team would win! You will be missed by so many! Rest In Peace!

April Hicks

November 20, 2021

Growing up, one of my favorite times of year was going shopping for my birthday with my Munner. Those were some very special times spending the day at the mall and having a nice lunch together just the two of us! Even though we have a large family, she always made us feel special as individuals.

Kathleen Yacio Sargent

November 19, 2021

My condolences. Wishing you comfort and peace.

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