Lucille Jones

April 8th, 1929 to August 14th, 2008


E. (Armstrong) Jones, 79, died Thursday, August 14 th ,

2008, In Detroit, MI after a brief illness. She was born April 8 th ,

1929 to Edward E. and Elizabeth J. (Johnston) Armstrong.


attended St. Stephens in Port Huron, MI, graduating in 1947. She

was employed as a secretary at Mueller Brass before marrying and

raising five children. She married Thomas R. Jones on August 26 th ,

1950; he preceded her in death on July 2 nd ,

2007. Lucille was a homemaker and volunteered her services with many

organizations throughout her life including local PTAs, YWCA, Red

Cross, Boy Scouts, local hospitals and animal shelters. She was also

a member of the St. Stephens Catholic Community.


was an avid reader and had a deep love for animals, taking in strays

and adopting many dogs, cats, birds and sheep throughout her life.

She enjoyed antiques and collecting and participated in many shows

throughout Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Along with her family, she

restored a historic farm residence just outside of Van Wert, Ohio.

She was a familiar face at local auctions and also had numerous

collectibles interests.


was a very self-sufficient, independent woman, who enjoyed her home

and family. Also, she was a warm, caring person, who seemingly had a

greeting card for every occasion.


was preceded in death by her parents, a daughter Janet Lynn (Jones)

Wyandt, and a half-brother Edward Roberts (Teddy) Armstrong.


include; two sons, T. Lindsay (Amy) Jones, of Oconomowoc, WI and MAJ

(RET) James E. (Laura) Jones of Van Wert, OH; Two daughters, Karen

Jones of Houston, TX and Jacqueline A. (Jones) Ramsey of Bullhead

City, AZ; Grandchildren, Heidi Jones, Thomas (Christa)Jones, Shannon

Jones, Preston Ramsey, Ashley Jones, Derek Jones, Melissa Bloomfield,

and Mackenzie Jones; A brother, John (Betty) Armstrong of Port Huron,

MI and a sister, Virginia Powers of Monroe, MI; and many nieces and

nephews, aunts and uncles.


will receive friends Saturday, August 23 rd ,

2008, 10am 12pm at the Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home in Port Huron,

MI. Memorials can be made to the St. Clair County Humane Society.

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