Stephen Henry Jones

stephen jones

June 22, 1949 ~ October 20, 2022

Born in: Linton, Indiana
Resided in: Lawrenceville, Georgia

Stephen Henry Jones, a proud retired Army Veteran who resided in Lawrenceville, GA and formerly Solsbery, IN, passed suddenly, but peacefully at 4:50 am on October 20, 2022. He went on to be with Our Lord and Savior, Jesus along with other family members.

He was predeceased by: his Mother, Ann R. Jones of Bloomington, IN; his 2 Sisters, Ruth Burns and Nancy Barrett, both of Bloomington, IN and Grandchild, Baby Om. He is survived by: his loving Wife of 48 years, Eileen; his 4 children, Bryan Jones (Pammy) of Solsberry, IN, Roger Jones of Atlanta, GA, Christina Om of Lawrenceville, GA, Angie (Jacob) Ninan of Dallas, GA; His 12 Grandchildren, Randall, Marissa, Jasmine, Kayla, Daniel, Jessica, Jacob, Angelina, Brandon, Christopher, Kaden and Ava; as well as his 2 Great Grandchildren, Luna and Solana. Also lovingly remembered by, his 2 Brothers Ray and Gary Jones; Sister, Lana Koblinsky (Tom).

Steve so loved the Lord, and aside from his Family, he devoted 20+ years of his life serving in the United States Army. During his military career he was known for his exceptional leadership skills in guiding and training soldiers around the world. He was well respected and loved by many as a Soldier, Mentor and Family Man for such qualities as being selfless, giving, humble and kind. He was often referred to as “Pops” by his Soldiers and Piers for also considering them Family as well Steve was a proud Hoosier and Indiana native having been born in Linton, IN on June 22, 1949 and raised in Solsberry, IN. He traveled the world serving in his Military career where he later retired from the US Army in 1991 and made GA his home, where he remained with his Family until he passed.

His service with full Military Honors will be at 3pm on Saturday, November 5, 2022 at the Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel in Lawrenceville, GA. A Celebration of His Life will immediately follow the service at 2005 Skidmore Circle, Lawrenceville, GA. 30044. He will be buried at later date and time at the GA National Cemetery in Canton, GA.



Memorial Service: November 5, 2022 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, GA 30046


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  1. CandleImageI am a friend of Christina and wanted to send my sincerest condolences to the family. I have been praying for y’all to be lifted up and remember the great times with Steve. May God wrap his loving arms around the entire family as they grieve.

  2. CandleImageI had the pleasure of serving with Steve in U.S. Army in the mid 80’s. Steve was a great person who you couldn’t help but love. As a Squad Leader, he was a respected leader who cated greatlynfor his soldiers and visa versa. He was a dedicated family man who deeply loved his family. I will always remember Steve’s dry humor and his ability to run like a gazelle.

    I will always remember SGT Steve H. Jones as my friend and Commrade-in-Arms.

    May his memory be eternal… ✝️

    • Thank you SFC Sam J. Koutouzakis,
      It’s so nice to be able to read about dad from one of his fellow soldiers.

      Dad was always so witty.
      I always wanted to be like him in that way but it never came naturally to me!

      He was always willing to give the shirt off of his back to anyone who needed it.

      I think he learned that from my Nana who always instilled Godly virtues in us.

      I can never even remember a time where he ever complained or spoke bad about anyone.

      I loved how all of the soldiers in Germany called dad , “Pops.”

      He was not only a Wonderful, selfless and Loving Dad to us, but to all of you.

      Thank you again for sharing.
      May God bless you and Keep you in His Loving arms. ❤️

      Sgt Steve’s daughter,

  3. CandleImageI loved Uncle Steve so much. While I am going to miss my phone calls with him, I’m grateful that he is face to face with Jesus. I’m thankful for God‘s sweet promise of Heaven. What a blessing! Uncle Steve loved Jesus so much. I enjoyed praying, laughing, and reminiscing with him. May God comfort all of us as we hold tight to precious memories.

  4. CandleImageMy sincere condolences to my dear friend and neighbor Christina and family on the passing of her Dad. May his soul Rip. My prayers are with you and family.

  5. CandleImageDeepest sympathies to the Jones family. He will always be remembered by many he has touched with his kindness and gentle smile. Our prayers are with you all during this time.

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