Denver William Jones

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Oct 7 1930
Aug 31 2021
90 Years
Leola, PA

Denver "Bill" Jones, 90, of Leola, passed away at his home on Wednesday, August 31, 2021.  He was the husband of the late Mabel Sarah Givler Jones, who passed away in 2013. Bill and Mabel were married for 59 years. Born in Marion, Virginia he was the son of the late John and Dolly Anderson Jones.

He was employed for 21 years as a specialized mechanic at Keehn Service Corp in Coatesville. Bill belonged to the VFW, as well as was an honorary member of both the Polish Club and West Brandies. He was a dedicated member of the Hibernia United Methodist Church. 

He is survived by a son, Michael S. Jones and wife Deborah, of Pulaski, Virginia, and a daughter, Regina I. Precise and husband Kevin, of New Holland. Bill is also survived by five grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren whom he loved dearly. 

Family and friends are invited to attend the graveside service which will be held on Tuesday, September 7th at 11 am at Hibernia United Methodist Church Cemetery in Coatesville. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg. Condolences can be left at www.WildeFuneralHome.com.

Service Date: 
Sep 7 2021 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Hibernia United Methodist Church Cemetery in Coatesville.

Condolences

Knowing that you are in God’s Hands is the only thing that helps. A Son losing a Father is very hard. Just know you are in my prayers.

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Our prayers are with Jones family during this time and like to lift them up.

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Our Deepest Sympathy to all the family We were saddened to hear Uncle Bill passing he was good person and the Lord has welcomed him with open arms! He will be with his loved one Aunt Mabel! Love to you all! ❤️

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Dear Gina, Mike and extended Families(who  actually treated Barry and I as Family for many, many years).  Our thoughts and Prayers go out to you all at this sad time.  We shared alot of  times  together over the years from backyards to Virginia Beach, Wildwood, Williamsburg etc for vacations.  Bill was a good man and will be missed so very much.  He was sure devoted to his Family. He was proud of his church and helped with pig roast every year, thats for sure!  Also, he loved his trips to Entenmann's with Gina for his special and favorite plain donuts. He was just one of a kind.  God Love Him.  He will remain in our hearts forever.  No more suffering and is at Peace now with his beloved Mabel.  May The Jones and Precise families  See God in the faces of friends, hear Him in their voices, and feel him in the touch of their hands.  May the Love that Bill had for you remain in your hearts now and forever.  May your memories bring you Peace and Comfort in the days ahead.

Our Love,Prayers and Friendship,

Doris and Barry                                        RIP Bill-Much,Much Love.

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