Charles Jones

Charles Jones

Monday, February 14th, 1966 Saturday, June 13th, 2020

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Obituary for Charles Keith Jones Jr.

Charles Keith Jones Jr., 54, of Camby, passed away Saturday, June 13th, 2020. He was born February 14th, 1966 in Indianapolis to his parents, Charles Keith Jones Sr and Alice Louise (Atwood) Jones. He lived in Rockwood, Tennessee during his childhood and was a resident of Mooresville for most of his life.

Charles is survived by both of his parents, Charles Keith Jones Sr and Alice Louise (Atwood) Jones; four daughters, Jess (Travis) Smith of Martinsville, Kati Wells of Indianapolis, Charly (Kyle) Skirvin of Camby, and Deianeira Jones of Mooresville; 13 grandchildren: Avery, Skylar, Travis Jr., Kaden, Kaylii, Bentley, Elijah, Hank, Hazel, Ronnie, Robbie, Dwayne-Lee and Spencer. Charles is preceded in death by his son in law, Brandon Wells.

Charles was a Manager for Mahoney in Indianapolis for five years. Previously he was a self-employed Truck Driver. Prior to that he joined the Army. He was a member of the Mooresville Masonic Lodge #78 and enjoyed fishing.

Cremation Arrangements are in the care of Jones Family Mortuary in Mooresville.

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Bonnie Fugate

I’m so sorry for your loss. Chuck was a good guy that everyone liked. Chucks family will definitely be in my prayers. I also was a friend and classmate of Chucks.
Comment | Posted at 01:03pm via Condolence

J McCullough

Chuck Jones was both a classmate and friend to me in high school. He was constantly cracking jokes and was fun to be around. He was a heck of a football player and an all-around good guy. My condolences go out to the family. God bless and comfort you all during this very difficult time. Mark McCullough RHS class of 1984.
Comment | Posted at 09:15am via Condolence

Charly Skirvin

Dad, you are my hero. I know everyone says that, but you truly are. You faced so much in the past years alone just trying to fight every close encounter of death. I know how much you just wanted to give up, but instead gave it all because you had people who loved you and you them. You had every reason to just throw in the towel. You were so strong for me Dad, you never showed fear, from surgery to surgery. From Indiana to Wisconsin. Someone gave you the gift of life with a new heart over a year ago, and I'm so happy we were blessed with you as long as we did. I guess we can only be so strong for so long. I don't know how long its going to take for me to stop texting you when dinner is done. Or not making an extra plate, but I hope you still join us. I love you so much.
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