OBITUARY

Larry Clinton Jones

June 8, 1951October 25, 2012

Larry Clinton Jones, 61, of Holts Summit passed away at his home on October 25, 2012. He was born June 8, 1951, the son of Dorris H. and Margaret (Sparks) Jones.

He married Carolyn Dusenberry on August 8, 1986. She survives at their home.

Larry enjoyed all sports, learning about Native American culture, Pow Wows, and spending time with his family and friends. He retired March 31, 2009 from the State of Missouri Office of Administration.

Along with his wife and parents, Larry is survived by one son, Brian (Diann) Jones of Middletown, De.; two daughters, Sheila (Joe) Bradley of Clark, and Christen Knehans of Jefferson City; two step-sons, Douglas (Kim) Leffert of St. Louis and Donald (Robyn) Leffert of Las Vegas, Nv.; six grandchildren; and two sisters, Brenda (Bruce) Maddox of New Bloomfield and Glenda (David) Clyman of Nevada, Mo.

Larry’s wishes were to be cremated. A Celebration of Life will be held October 30, 2012 at 1 pm at Dixie Christian Church in New Bloomfield. The family will receive friends from 10 am until the time of service.

In lieu of customary memorials, the family suggests memorial donations be made in Larry’s name to Dixie Christian Church, c/o Debo Funeral Home, 833 Court Street, Fulton, Mo. 65251.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, October 30, 2012
  • Visitation Tuesday, October 30, 2012
REMEMBERING

Larry Clinton Jones

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Linda Verner and families

November 25, 2012

Uncle Dorris, Aunt Margaret, Brenda, Glenda and families: We were so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Don't know how parents deal with the loss of a child--it just shouldn't be that way. We are thinking of you. With so many nice comments, we can see he was a fine young man!. Love to all of you.

Ray Daniels

October 31, 2012

Sorry to hear of Larry's passing. He was a good person and a friend to many. I trust that God's comfort and grace will be yours and your families during this time of mourning.

Mike,Michelle,Annie,& Lillian Scott

October 30, 2012

Our Prayers are with Jones family. Our deepest sympathy and may God be with you.



The Scott Family(Dixie,MO)

October 30, 2012

It was really good to see all of you again. I have a lot of great memories with the Jones' and Maddox families. Larry will be missed by all.

Sharon Salzwedel (Jefferson City, MO

Kirk Mitchell

October 30, 2012

Carolyn & Family,
My Deepest Sympathy and Prayers are with You at this time of loss. God Bless You and Keep You.

Mike Bremseth

October 30, 2012

Carolyn, our prayers are with you. Wopila for the time we had Larry with us. He will not be forgotten! Looks like Oran has another buddy to hang with!

kathy cigaran

October 30, 2012

Aunt Susie,I love you all and will be thinking of you all tomorrow.. I will be praying for you and all of the kids and the family. I wish I could be there tomorrow, I am not able to leave work. I will always have Uncle Larry in my heart and love you both..

Love Kathy and Anna

October 29, 2012

He will be missed by all Mo Career Center staff from the St. Louis Area. He always had a smile on his face everytime he came to a local office to repair/replace our equipment. My prayers go out to his family.

Lynette White (St. Louis, MO)

October 29, 2012

I always enjoyed seeing Larry when he came to the St. Charles employment office to work on our computers. I called him Cowboy. I'm really sorry to hear of his passing. He was always a happy, funny guy. My sympathies to his family. Helen Counts, MO Division of Workforce Development, St. Charles County office

Cindy, Michelle, Emily, Kathy, Sheila, Terry M, Terry R

October 29, 2012

Larry was a great guy! When he would come to the Kennett office to fix our machines or run wire he was always very sweet and kind. We felt like he was one of our own family members. He will be missed! Larry was always the one who kept us laughing in the office when he came to visit! May God Bless you with comfort, peace and strength through this loss.