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James Jerald Jones

Submitted by Jo Aguirre
©Enid News and Eagle (OK)

Enid News and Eagle
Publish Date September 8, 2012


ENID, Okla. - Funeral services for James Jerald Jones, 74, of Watonga will be at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, 2012, at the Trinity Baptist Church of Watonga . Burial will follow in the IOOF Cemetery, east of Watonga Arrangements are by Fairview Funeral Home, Inc.

James Jerald Jones was born Dec. 24, 1937, in Okeene, Okla. to Ivy and Violet (Sawyer) Jones.

Survivors are lifelong companion, Sherry Hanson of the home; daughter, Jarilyn Wichert and husband Rodney of Pampa, Texas; grandchildren, Whitney Wichert of Bryan, Texas, Jacob and Keeley Wichert and Bailey Wichert of Pampa, and a cousin, Joy Phillips of Watonga.

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