Brian Anthony Jones

September 5, 1971January 25, 2019

The World lost a beacon of light on January 25th 2019, when Brian Anthony Jones was taken by a tragic motor vehicle accident. Brian was born in Fairbanks Alaska on September 5th 1971 along with his twin brother Adam Leo Jones. Brian and Adam were born two months early to Adam and Marilyn Jones and at the time were not expected to live. Both babies showed the world what they were made of and grew up to be strong, capable men. Brian’s family moved to Monroe, Washington in 1979 and he lived in Monroe, a town that he loved, for the rest of his life. He graduated from Monroe High School in 1989. Brian started his career at the young age of twelve as a shop hand in his Dad’s company. With pride he worked his way up to General Foreman in the Iron Workers Local 86, a job that he loved. He took great pride in his profession. The comradery he felt with his fellow Iron Workers was one of the great joys of his life. He was famous for being a hard worker and always pulling more than his share of the load. At the same time, he was also known as a great teacher, both by example and thru patient instruction. He played important roles is the construction of many iconic Washington structures, including Safeco Field, Everett’s Angel of the Winds Arena, The Seattle Central Library, Seattle’s Children and Swedish Hospitals and countless other structures throughout Alaska, California and Oregon. Brian had a great zest for life and was loved by everyone he met. You could always count on him to lighten even the most tense of situations with a big smile and his charming wit. Brian loved golf, music, movies, hiking, camping, water sports, snowboarding, dancing, the sun and the outdoors, but most of all his family. All the long hours he spent at a very physically intense job were all for the good of his family, especially his two children, Logan and Brianne. When his loved ones were asked for words to describe Brian, the same adjectives came up again and again: hardworking, kind, soft hearted, honest, loyal, generous, light hearted, easy going, forgiving, loving, fun and the incredible ability to always see the good in people. Brian leaves behind his heartbroken family, children Logan and Brianne Jones, and their mother Denise Jones, Brian’s mother Marilyn Larson (Doug), father Adam Jones (April), brothers Parnelli Jones and Adam Jones , sisters Dawn Henson and Michelle Crow (Don), nephews Michael Jones and Jordan Jones and nieces Jessica Corona, Jennifer Flores and Kiana Jones. In lieu of flowers please share written stories or photos of Brian. Please join us to celebrate Brian’s life on Saturday, February 9th, starting at 11:30 AM at one of Brian’s favorite places, The Blue Boy West Golf Course, 27927 Florence Acres Rd. Monroe WA. (Please be aware that the memorial service at Cascade Community Church has been cancelled.) Please dress for an outdoor/indoor venue.


  • Celebration of Life at Blue Boy West Golf Course Saturday, February 9, 2019

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Terry Sebastian

February 9, 2019

Our deepest sympathy are with you at this difficult time. We were with Adam & Marilyn the day the twins were born and what a joyous day that was to see this precious family grow. Always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts.

Lorenzo Montoya ( Hop Sing)

February 9, 2019

Wow! I’m caring a heavy heart! It’s so hard to think my good friend is gone! I just think of all the times we laughed so hard our guts ached! I will cherish all my memories we shared together. I know in my heart I will see you again . The times we would would cross path and it would be like there was no space in between. Always a smile , a hug and of course laughter!😂😂😂 All my prayers to your Ohana and all my deepest condolences! You my friend will always be strong in my heart! God Bless Aloha🙏👆❤️

Kathy Lamunyon

February 9, 2019

Brian it just dosent seem real. I know I'm going to wake up and you will be your fun loving self but it never happens. You were loved by so many. I remember the get togethers you, adam, raul, Mike and fogger used to have. We would laugh and joke and sometimes fight. My heart head hurts trying to figure out why the good go so early. To your family, I can't say anything but I'm so sorry. I won't say goodbye. I'll see you later playing golf in that big sky.

Violet Wilson

February 8, 2019

Its hard to hear the news that Brian is gone. What a great guy, he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all

Marilyn Sebastian

February 8, 2019

Heartfelt sorrow and prayers are headed your way , followed by all the wonderful childhood memories I have with Parnelli , Dawn, Michelle , last but not least A & B, running around carefree kiddos eating dirt , throwing rocks , fishing , motorcycles ,snowmobiles ,dancing around camp fires, playing crazy eights like we were big-time gamblers! Alaska! 🙏🏻😇❤️😘

Bob Hunt

February 8, 2019

I never met Brian. I knew of him and his brother Adam through their Father Adam who I have been friends with for almost 15 years. Knowing Adam as I do, I am certain this is the worst of heartbreaks for him as well as all of Brian's family.
My deepest condolences and heartfelt sadness to you and your entire family Adam.

Bill Bright Brown

February 7, 2019

Brian, I didn't get to spend nearly enough time with you. The times I did talk with you, exchange thoughts or just share a hey what's up moment, you were always smiling. Seriously you just seemed so full of energy, happiness and willingness to help others. I wish I would've known you better, as you were truly a stand up guy. Thanks for just blessing the brief moments I shared with you and thanks for the many great times you shared with so many of your close friends and family. I want to share my deepest condolences with your friends and family. RIP

Hiram Reyla

February 7, 2019

My heart goes out to Family and friends. This is such a great loss. Hugs to my friend Adam. Know my thoughts and prayers are for your family. My greatest memory would be Camp Casey where all 6 grade schools came from around the districts. I was from Maltby, Brian, Adam, and I and a bunch other classmates were in this one building where they were running up and down the halls while I was in my room, I wondered who’s running, I look down the hall and it was Brian and Adam running in their underwear, and I thought “ these kids from Monroe were crazy”. We grew up through the years as friends. I’ll miss you bud, you always made me laugh.

Dan Youso

February 7, 2019

I worked with Brian since 1996 as Crane Operator We were part of some of most challenging projects in the Pacific Northwest He was the Best of the Best in the Ironworkers Industry and as a Father!! I personally know of Love he had for Logan and Briana!!
Brian's infectious SMILE and Attitude will be so missed throughout the Construction Industry!! Rest in Peace my Brother and remember I LOVE YA BRUDDA!!

Margaret Kinns

February 5, 2019

Denise, Logan and Bri, my heart is breaking for you. I have no words just know you are loved.