Ronald LuAllen Jones
December 18, 1963 - November 29, 2018
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Ronald L. Jones, 54, of Pleasant Hope, Missouri passed away on November 29, 2018. He was born on December 18, 1963 to Floyd Carl and Dorless Sue Jones. Ronald was a graduate of Pleasant Hope High School and was employed by Clarkson Construction Company. He worked for Clarkson Construction for 36 paving seasons and was…

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Mitchell Knapp left a message on December 6, 2018:
Dear Uncle Floyd and Aunt Dorless, Carl Bruce and Cheryl, We are feeling the shock and dismay of this unexpected tragedy with you. Ron was a gentle soul—a man whose company we enjoyed and wish we had more of in this life. It’s terribly sad that Ron’s race is so soon finished. But we know that we will see him again in a far better world than this. We offer our sincere sympathies and condolences to you in this unspeakable loss. Our prayers are going up for you. God be with you and comfort you—and our whole family! Aunt Phyllis and cousins Janice, Ed and Mitch
Deloris Lingo left a message on December 5, 2018:
My condolences to the Jones family. You made life so much better. High school memories were the best. Wish I could have seen you. Bye for now Ron. Look forward to seeing you again.
Jeff Shrout left a message on December 4, 2018:
God bless you Ron and God bless the late Jasper ! I have no doubt God has blessings for you both ! My condolences also to the family !
Tom Lewis left a message on December 3, 2018:
I have had the priveledge of knowing and working with Ron for the past 5 years, It has been a real pleasure. My condolences and prayers are with you all at this time.
left a message on December 2, 2018:
Ron will be dearly missed. He was our customer for longer than I had even been there, over 20 years. He was always a perfect gentleman when he came to see us. He never left without getting dog bones for his doggie friends or would come back in if we forgot to give him some. He was a kind gentle person. RIP
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