Westminster Memorial Park and Mortuary

14801 Beach Blvd, Westminster, CA


Sherryl Kay Jones

June 7, 1937February 5, 2020

Sherryl Kay Jones passed away Wednesday morning February 5th, 2020 at her son’s home in Riverside, California. Sherryl was born June 7th, 1937 in Champaign, Illinois to parents Neal and Helen Fromm and sister of Edward Fromm.

Her family moved to Long Beach, California in mid 1940’s. It was in Long Beach where she met Donn A. Jones, son of Francis W. Jones, and they were married on February 14, 1959. After giving birth to two sons five years later, they purchased a home and settled in Westminster, California.

She was a homemaker and then in early 1970’s she became an Avon Representative selling Avon Products for 37 years. In early 1980’s she started working for marketing research firms for about 20 years. She became a widow in October 2003 when Donn passed away.

She spent her remaining years with her two sons and three grandchildren, traveling and enjoying life’s golden years. She is survived by her son Alan and husband Harry Mudaliar of Riverside, her son Darrin Jones of Riverside, her granddaughter Melessa and husband Daniel Corona of Hesperia, granddaughter Raven and husband Ryan Caton of Hesperia, grandson Daniel Jones of Hesperia, great-grandson Wyatt Caton of Hesperia, and great-granddaughter Lily Corona of Hesperia.

She will be loved and missed by all.

Services in the care of Westminster Memorial Park Mortuary (714) 893-2421


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 18, 2020
  • Celebration of Sherryl's Life Wednesday, February 19, 2020
  • Final Blessing & Entombment Wednesday, February 19, 2020


Sherryl Kay Jones

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Nancy Eberhardt

February 13, 2020

Remembering fun times, good meals and good company during our camping days. How lucky we are to have met you all.
Our love is with you as you remember Sherryl and celebrate her life.

Greg, Nancy, Laurie and Johnny

Mariah Daniels

February 11, 2020

Sheryl, you were such a kind sweet woman with a heart of gold. I always will remember how much you loved your boys and how proud you were of them. I loved to be apart of your family and i loved that you were apart of mine. I have wonderful memories of you growing up. Those i will cherish forever. Now you can finally see Don. I love you always..you will be missed. Sleep well.
Love Mariah

Gladiz Soliz

February 9, 2020

I had the pleasure of being a part of this beautiful ladies life and in her care. I will miss her and all the memories we had. She made me laugh so much and was always willing to make funny videos or pull a few pranks on her sons (lol). Thank you Sheryl "Mom" for your love and kindness and for letting me be part of your beautiful family. God only takes the best, with your Golden heart he seen that you were tired and he didn't want you to suffer anymore so he took you from us but only for a while. Till we meet again. Forever in our hearts 💕

Arol Knudson

February 9, 2020

Although I met your mother only a couple of times, I learned a lot about her through her sons. She was an incredible mother from what they say. That is so amazing. I know the family will have wonderful memories of happy times together. I used to hear from her occasionally at Christmas. She is happily reunited with her loving husband.