OBITUARY

Mack Coy Jones

June 8, 1930December 3, 2018
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Mack Coy Jones was born June 8, 1930 to the late Daisy Miles and Emmett Jones. His father died at an early age, when Mack was very young. His mother married Lee Bradshaw and he raised Mack as his very own son. He expressed faith in God at an early age, and was a faithful member of Fort Bend Church until his health declined. He was drafted into the army at the start of the Korean War. He also served during the Vietnam War but was not in combat. He married Lydia Wilkins on March 1, 1958. To this union two daughters were born, Rachael and Camille.

He was a retired 20 year army veteran with many assignments during that time. His family traveled with him most of the time, in the states and abroad.

He worked for Exxon 17 years after army retirement. He leaves behind two daughters, one sister, Velma Anderson of Compton, CA. two nieces Roslyn Price and Valorie Branch, two nephews David Coleman and Byron Anderson, two grandchildren, Natalie and William Berget, and many relatives and friends. He was a dedicated soldier, a good father, a great husband, a wonderful neighbor and friend, a hard worker and Christian Man.

Please visit Mack's memorial website http://mcjmemorial.weebly.com/

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mack Coy Jones

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Monica Hurley

December 10, 2018

Uncle Mack was one of the most caring people I knew. I am so glad he was part of the family.

Sharon Hulse

December 8, 2018

Uncle Mack..a perfect partner in a couple that represented and presented unconditional love and inclusion along with a generous heartfelt donation of home baked cookies. So thankful to have been a recipient of your love .
Love to Aunt Lydia,Camille and Rachel

God Bless
Sharon & Family

Rachael Jones Berget

December 7, 2018

It is so hard to believe that my father, Mack Jones, is gone. When you're a child, you believe that your father is the strongest person in the world. My father seemed invincible, especially because I saw him in a military uniform so often. Dad's Army service opened up the world to my sister and me. We lived abroad, in Germany, and in many parts of the U.S. Dad's service was so much a part of him and helped to make him the fine, decent, honest man he was.

I will miss his sense of duty and honor, his sense of humor, the way he helped others, and his barbecue! He taught me to be organized, to have a plan--for each day, as well as for my life--and helped to instill logic and practicality in me. I am the person I am today because Mack Jones helped to rear me, I will miss you, Dad. Your pain is over, the long, hard road of these last years is ended. Rest well in heaven. Your daughter, Rachael

FROM THE FAMILY

He served his country proudly.

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Bradshaw blessings

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