An angel returned to the Lord on March 13, 2014. Dorothy Lee Jones was born in Letcher, Kentucky on March 25, 1934. She married Robert Wayne Jones in 1953 and spent 14 years following him in the military and moved to Stone Mountain in 1967. They spent 60 years together in marriage. She was a wonderful wife, mother, and friend to many. She was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Diane Jones. She was beloved by all, especially the children of many generations. They ran Jones Grocery in the center of town. She is survived by her husband, Robert and her two sons, Dennis Wayne Jones and David Layne Jones, grandchildren, James Jones, Dianne Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Christine Jones, Emma Jones, Evan Jones, Adam Jones, Aaron Jones, Afton Jones, Todd Letcher, Elizabeth Benedict, Zack Jones and Dylan Jones, brothers, James Crase, Bill Crase, Bob Crase, Charlie Crase, Ken Crase, Roger Crase and sister Susie Crase. Funeral Services will be held Sunday March 16, 2014 at Wages & Sons Chapel at 11:00 A.M. with Dr. Lamar Holley officiating. Interment Eternal Hills Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends Saturday March 15th from 6:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel.

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  1. I am very sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in the precious memories of your mother. May you also take comfort in the promise at Revelation 21: 4.

  2. Dot is an angel that will never be forgotten. I will miss her hugs, pats on the knee, and talks on the porch down home. It’s hard to put into words at a time like this how much you love and will miss someone, but I know that we will meet again. My condolences extend to everyone that knew and loved her.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Dot — or Grandma Jones, as she’ll always be to me. It was great seeing her at Adam’s wedding last year. All those summer vacations we spent at her house playing cards, eating Little Debbie snacks, and watching game shows were such fun times. My condolences.

  4. I can’t adequately express what Dot meant to me and my children. Having lost my mother at a young age, when I was fortunate enough to meet Dot and Bob through my kids’ relationships with Adam, Aaron, and Afton, it was like having a loving mother all over again! And it was done in such an easy and unassuming way! I knew she truly cared about me and my children. I thought it so gracious to bring Brian and Laura into her Grandmotherly fold, and I will always hold a special place in my heart for the kind and giving way she and Bob shared their love to my kids. Dennis, my heart goes out to you. I know this is most difficult for your family, and I truly wish that all the memories you hold so dear about your Mom will soon provide the peace and solace that you are presently searching for.

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