Marion M. Jones
April 24, 1941 – July 29, 2018
Marion Mooring Jones passed away Sunday, July29, 2018 at Bolingreen Health Center. Marion was born April 24, 1941 in Ipswich, England. She was the youngest daughter of Thomas Henry and Nellie Mooring. Marion moved to the United States in 1968 and became a United States citizen. She lived in Macon for 45 years.
Marion was a nurse at the Medical Center of Central Georgia, and VA Medical Center in Dublin, Georgia. She was an avid dog lover. Marion enjoyed writing and sharing her poetry.
She was predeceased by her parents, Thomas Henry and Nellie Mooring of Ipswich, England, sisters, Helen Clayden and Mary Haxton of New Zealand and her son, James W. Jones of Macon. Marion survivors include her daughters Theresa (James) Allmond of Macon, GA and Alison (Regina) Jones of Ellenwood, GA, Mary Mooring of New Zealand, her brother, Leonard Mooring of New Zealand and 11 grandchildren.
Services will be held on Monday, August 6 at 3 p.m. at Forest Hills United Methodist Church with visitation at the church at 2 PM prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your favorite animal rescue organization, the World Wildlife Fund or the American Humane Society.
Visit www.snowscs.com to express condolences.
Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street, has charge of arrangements.
- Marion survivors include her daughters Theresa (James) Allmond of Macon, GA and Alison (Regina) Jones of Ellenwood, GA, her brother, Leonard Mooring of New Zealand and 11 grandchildren.
- Favorite animal rescue organization
World Wildlife Fund
131 Steuart St., San Francisco, California 94105
Heart Georgia Humane Society
1 Macon, Macon, GA 31210
- Visitation Monday, August 6, 2018
- Service Monday, August 6, 2018
Marion M. Jones
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August 4, 2018
My mum came to New Zealand - we took her horse riding - bumpy jumping and drove around New Zealand in a camper van - we flew over the shot over in speed boats not really her style more Brandi’s Sarah’s or Emily’s I imagine.
My first ever memory of Mum was how she hugged, when she hugged you, you certainly felt safe and warm no words could describe the energy that came from a hug from Mum and when she said she loved me it brought a tear to my eye and I believed it. I’ll remember you when you were in NZ warm caring and just beautiful that’s how I’ll remember you.
I missed that women I met in NZ
You were funny, beautiful
And a treasured gem of my Gran’s
I wish you a safe journey
Be at peace
To my family my condolences May your memories and prayers bring comfort.
Mary Mooring (eldest child of Marion Mooring Jones)