OBITUARY

Cheryl Jones Dunlop

August 8, 1955March 23, 2020
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Cheryl Ann Jones Dunlop, 64, of Haughton, LA passed away peacefully, at home surrounded by family and friends, the morning of Monday, March 23, 2020.

She was born to the proud parents, Edwin and Adena Jones, on Monday August 8, 1955 in Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Later, the Jones family relocated to Bossier Parish, where she graduated High School from Plain Dealing Academy. Cheryl then obtained her L.P.N. from Louisiana Technical College in Shreveport.

Just a couple of months shy of her 20th birthday, Cheryl married the love of her life Kelvin J. Dunlop, June 14, 1975.

The Dunlop family settled in Haughton, Louisiana where Cheryl raised her family and ultimately went on to a career in Education with the Bossier Parish School Board and was a long time member of First Baptist Haughton.

Cheryl enjoyed the outdoors, as she enjoyed fishing, or relaxing on the beach. She also could get caught up in the game, as she stayed attuned to her Tigers watching L.S.U. football and baseball. Mrs. Dunlop was preceded in death by: sister, Eddie Diann Jones Charles; Father Edwin Nelson Jones; mother, Adena LaFae Gibson Jones.

Left to cherish her memory and carry out her legacy are: her adoring husband of over 44 years, Kelvin James Dunlop; her two boys that she raised to be good men, Garrett Wade Dunlop and Grant Warren Dunlop and wife, Chelsea Bramlett Dunlop; her beautiful granddaughters, JoCatheryn Louise Dunlop, and Gracelyn Claire Dunlop; and sister, Sandra Joyce Jones Dean.

A private family Grave service will be held at 3:00 PM, Hill Crest Memorial Park, Haughton, Friday, March 27, 2020. A Memorial Service is to be scheduled for a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made in Cheryl’s honor to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, or the American Cancer Society.

Services

  • Private Family Inurnment Committal Friday, March 27, 2020

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Biography

Cheryl Ann Jones Dunlop, 64, of Haughton, LA passed away peacefully, at home surrounded by family and friends, the morning of Monday, March 23, 2020.

She was born to the proud parents, Edwin and Adena Jones, on Monday August 8, 1955 in Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Later, the Jones family relocated to Bossier Parish, where she graduated High School from Plain Dealing Academy. Cheryl then obtained her L.P.N. from Louisiana Technical College in Shreveport.

Just a couple of months shy of her 20th birthday, Cheryl married the love of her life Kelvin J. Dunlop, June 14, 1975.

The Dunlop family settled in Haughton, Louisiana where Cheryl raised her family and ultimately went on to a career in Education with the Bossier Parish School Board and was a long time member of First Baptist Haughton.

Cheryl enjoyed the outdoors, as she enjoyed fishing, or relaxing on the beach. She also could get caught up in the game, as she stayed attuned to her Tigers watching L.S.U. football and baseball.
Mrs. Dunlop was preceded in death by: sister, Eddie Diann Jones Charles; Father Edwin Nelson Jones; mother, Adena LaFae Gibson Jones.

Left to cherish her memory and carry out her legacy are: her adoring husband of over 44 years, Kelvin James Dunlop; her two boys that she raised to be good men, Garrett Wade Dunlop and Grant Warren Dunlop; her beautiful granddaughters, JoCatheryn Louise Dunlop, and Gracelyn Claire Dunlop; and sister, Sandra Joyce Jones Dean.

A private family Grave service will be held at 3:00 PM, Hill Crest Memorial Park, Haughton, Friday, March 27, 2020. A Memorial Service is to be scheduled for a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made in Cheryl’s honor to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, or the American Cancer Society.