May 27, 1937 – June 28, 2018
Patricia A. Jones, 81 of Rochester Hills, passed away June 28th, 2018.
She was born in Detroit on 5/27/37 to John & Olive McDermott. Pat graduated from Lincoln High in Ferndale. She was married to Tom Jones on Jan 12, 1957. She worked at the Canterbury Village Always Christmas Store and at the Palace of Auburn Hills/DTE/Meadow Brook managing concessions. She enjoyed working and the many friendships she developed over the years. She is survived by her children, Cherie (Rich), Laurie (Tony), Julie (Ernie), Tom (Rochelle), Tim (Luann). Grandchildren: Sontonia, Dani, Erica (Pearl), Danny, Harvey, Max, Amanda (David), Tommy (Sandra) & Nick (Sarah). Great Grandchild: Damian.
- Tom Jones, Husband
- Cherie (Rich), Daughter
- Laurie (Tony), Daughter
- Julie (Ernie), Daughter
- Tom (Rochelle), Son
- Tim (Luann), Son
- Sontonia, Dani, Erica (Pearl), Danny, Harvey, Max, Amanda, Tommy (Sandra) & Nick (Sarah), Grandchildren
- Beloved Damian, Great Grandson
- John McDermott, Father
- Olive McDermott, Mother
- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
- Memorial Gathering Saturday, July 7, 2018
- Memorial Service Saturday, July 7, 2018
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July 1, 2018
Pat was a great lady no matter wher she saw me she ask about her buddy Tom so I only told her he was still hanging on and when I told her when he passed on she took it pretty hard they worked together for years. I will miss her so much he took a good one Pat and Tom will now party together may a pizza party you all are in my prayers
July 1, 2018
When the Jones Family lived on John M, Julie and my Sister Peggi and I hung out together and Heidi and Laurie hung out... We had Block Moms and on One end was Mrs. Jones and the Other was Mrs. Issippi , we knew that if we should do something they thought was something we shouldn't our mom would know before we got home... we also had Ice cream from the ice cream truck from one end of the block to the other. I have the fondest memories of Growing up on John M and in Clawson especially. Mrs. Jones you will be missed.