JONES, Jerome
Date of Death : 27-Oct-2019
Date of Funeral : 09-Nov-2019 (09:30 am)
Funeral Location : Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
JONES, Jerome died 27th October 2019. Husband of Yvonne Jones (deceased). Son of Festus and Sylvia Jones (deceased). Brother of Alvin, Morrin and Joan (all deceased), Julien, Annetta Jones-Smart, Margaret, Peter, Hilda Williams and Ann Jones-Trimm. Uncle of Dexter, Victor, Cleavon, Kendall, Patty Ann, Darren, Dave, Marina (Natasha), Dianna, Esther, Daniel, Randy, Cranston, Philann (Jameela), Samuel, Lester, Arnott, Andrew, Aaron, Damien, Kerron (deceased), Chazelle. Great Uncle of 25. Brother-in-law of Veda Jones, Jean Jones and Denzil Smart. Cousin of Theresa Ferguson (deceased), Russell Jones and family, Lucian Roberts and family, Stanley Regis, Gordon Felix and family, Randolph Clouden and family, Mary James (Bella) of (USA), Joyce Jones and family, Francis Jones (USA) and others. Member of Alliance Francais and T & T Chamber of Commerce, and Paramin Development Committee. Friend of Sadiq Baksh, Marlene Tronchin of (USA), Mavis Sylvester and many others. Relative of the Jones, Noels and Baptiste of (Grenada). Funeral at 9:30 am Saturday 9th November 2019 at Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Independence Square, Port of Spain. Cremation to follow at the Crematorium, Long Circular road, St. James at 12 noon. TO SEND CONDOLENCES PLEASE VISIT www.clarkandbattoo.com
“I am distressed and extremely downcast; I walk around sad all day long. There is a burning within me; My whole body is sick. I have grown numb and become completely crushed; My anguished heart makes me groan aloud. O Jehovah, all my desires are before you, And my sighing is not hidden from you. My heart pounds, my strength is gone, And the light of my eyes has left me.” These words are found in the Bible at Psalm 38:6-10. This is how many feel when they lose a loved one in death. Please accept my sympathy. The presence of these words in the scriptures prove that God understands how we feel. Talking to God in prayer is a great way to cope with grief. He is described as the God of All comfort who comforts us in all our trials (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) When two of my aunts died in a car accident I got great comfort from talking to God and so can you. For more information please check our website at www.jw.org.
Joel Worrell


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