Ronald L. Jones

May 29, 1946September 17, 2013

Ronald Lee Jones, Sr., 67, of Tallahassee FL, died peacefully at his home September 17, 2013 attended by Glenda Albritton and his mother Lorena. Ron had six children: Jennifer, Djar, Ron, Jr., Larry, Paris and Kelly, and one grandchild, Nina. Ron was exceptionally talented, a well known artist and photographer, he was also a musician, singer, songwriter, builder, consultant and lawyer, who gave generously of his time to the Jackson Masonic Lodge, Boy Scouts, Red Cross, the Wakulla Correctional Institute as a Mentor, and to the Tallahassee Homeless Center. As a second generation Marine, Ron served in Viet Nam and was awarded a Purple Heart, Cross of Gallantry and the Bronze Star with Valor for heroism. Services will be held this Saturday, 28, 2013, at 11:00 at Cully’s Meadowwood Memorial Park, 700 Timberlane Rd, Tallahassee, FL.


  • Graveside Service Saturday, September 28, 2013

Ronald L. Jones

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Rose Marie McHugh

October 1, 2013

I am sad to learn of Ron's passing. He was not only multi-talented, he was also a very nice person. God's blessings to the family.

Van Jones

September 28, 2013

I had lost contact with Ronnie over the years, but heard through Lee and Lorena about his accomplishments in photography and in obtaining his Law degree.

I remember he and Bonnie coming to Abilene when I was 15, and getting to visit with both of them at length. They were very much in love, and Bonnie was a lot of fun. I wish we had lived closer together so I could have gotten to know them better, especially as adults with kids.

I Pray for Lorena and Ronnie's family in this time of loss, and that the Peace and comfort of God may be theirs.

Van, Denise Jones and family

Walter Smith

September 28, 2013

Aunt Lorena and family you are all in our prayers. Praying the Lord will bless you and ease your pain. Though the distance kept us apart, we all loved Ron.
Walter Smith Jr.

September 26, 2013

I am so sorry about Ron's passing. He made a mean French onion soup. Even though Ron was so sick ,he still wanted to do for others. When I was feeling bad ,Ron sent me soup. He had a giving heart right up to the end. I pray for God to wrap his arms around your family and comfort them in this difficult time. See you on the other side. Pam