Mamie Lee Jones

March 27, 1939February 15, 2021

Mrs. Mamie Lee Jones

March 27, 1939 February 15, 2021

Mrs. Mamie Lee Jones with her son by her side, floated off to the God’s Kingdom from her bed in her Las Vegas Home. Mamie was full of life and always seeking adventure. She had a passion for family events, bowling, travel and church activities. Mamie was born March 27, 1939 in Anderson, South Carolina to George and Louise Ladson. She moved to New York in 1956 where she performed various employment opportunities in the Import and Export Business, Nursing, Insurance Agency and the Safe Key School Program. Later, semi-retired in Las Vegas Nevada in 2001, she began her travels abroad. Mamie had two Sons and one daughter. Olin D. Rivers Jr., Lorraine Rivers who passed at a very early age and Anthony George Rivers by her first late husband Olin D. Rivers. Mamie later had Lawrence Jones Jr. and step son Larry Jones by her second late husband Lawrence Jones. Mamie was proceeded in death by her daughter Lorraine, Father and Mother George and Louise Ladson, Sister Helen Edgston, Sister Bobby Hunter, Brother Samuel Brooks, Sister Annie Ladson and first husband Olin Rivers, granddaughter Alexandria Rivers and second husband Lawrence Jones. She leaves to cherish her memory her Son Olin D. Rivers Jr., Daughter-In-Law Jennifer R. Rivers, Grand Son Caleb D. Rivers, Grand Son Christopher A. Rivers, Grand Daughter-In- Law Sandra Rivers, Great Grand Son Alexander Liam Rivers of Las Vegas, NV. Son Anthony G. Rivers, Daughter-In-Law Blanca, Grand Daughter Sandra, Great Grand Son Jaiseim, Great Grand Daughter Amarice and Great Grand Son Anthony. Grand Daughter Jessica, Great Grand Son Damonie and Great Grand Daughter Jalissa of Anderson S.C. Son Lawrence Jones Jr., Grand Daughter Carolyn Jones, Grand Daughter Tyla Jones and Grand Son Louis Jones of Las Vegas, NV. Step Son Larry Jones of AZ. Sisters Nellie Felder and Lela Felder and Brother James Ladson and a host of Nieces, Nephews, Relatives and Friends.


  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, March 2, 2021


  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, March 2, 2021


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Elaine Butler-Morgan

March 3, 2021

I met Miss Mamie in Brooklyn NY
Back in the early 60's. She asked me if I would babysit her sons, Anthony (Doc) and Olin. We clicked right away. I was a teenager at the time and she was so easy to talk to. We talked and laughed all the time. She was my role model. She will always be in my heart. My God bless her family and friends.
Love Elaine

Vernell Gardner Rice

March 2, 2021

Aunt Mamie knew me before I was born. So the memories go way back to my beginning . I don’t know were to start.
Aunt Mamie was a special gift from God. You knew when she was around because their was something special about her presence being felt and filling up the room . She was such a classy lady so positive and filled with so much life and love.
She was a person who kept it a 100. She told you what she thought, how she felt and meant what she said. One thing for sure, she had so much love in her heart for all those that she loved. She gave you her honest truth and advice. She loved having a good time. She loved to laugh and be told a good joke. She also loved being around her family. I always loved when her and my mom would get
together listening to their stories.They would have the time of their life together. Now they are back together again loving on each other.
Aunt Mamie will be surely miss. She is now at rest in our fathers kingdom.
Rest Aunt Mamie until we meet again.
Love You to All Eternity

Janet Minnie

March 1, 2021

I met Mrs Mamie through my daughter, Janissa. I loved her immediately. She was so friendly, had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh. We enjoyed occasionally, going out to lunch or just visiting her at home. We loved her dearly and will certainly miss her enthusiasm, her wit and just spending time with her (before her health started to fail). We thank God that she was in our family’s life and know she is resting in our Father’s arms. Until we meet again. Rest in Heaven.