Russell Bryant Jones
July 15, 1974 - July 7, 2020
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Jeromey Baker
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Russell Bryant Jones passed away July 7, 2020 at the age of 45 of a heart attack while canoeing in Ely, MN on the Boundary Waters with three of his four sons. Russell was born July 15, 1974 in Fort Lewis, Washington to Dennis L. and Jennie Cox Jones, and was their first child. He…

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Cody Griffin left a message on July 20, 2020:
I only knew Russell from a professional standpoint in the Army Reserve. He was an amazing person, man, and leader. Though he was only two years older than I, I deeply respected and admired him as a mentor. He will be sorely missed. May his family be sheltered by God's grace. I cannot possibly imagine the depth of their loss.
Russ Tidlund left a message on July 18, 2020:
Dear Kim and kids: Our hearts go out to you. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May the Lord bless you and comfort you...You will never get over this but you will get through it Thank goodness for our Heavenly Fathers plan of salvation all our love Russ and Becky Tidlund
Smith family left a message on July 16, 2020:
Our hearts, prayers, and thoughts are with you. Jill, Roy, Robert, and Jeffrey Smith
Jeromey Baker left a message on July 16, 2020:
As a fellow Warrant Officer I had the pleasure of serving with Russell over the years starting out in Belton Mo, where I attended services with him at our unit. Chief Jones was quiet the professional easy going and usually soft spoken but always one to be listened to when he did speak. I was pleased again to meet up with him when I came to serve at the 102nd Training Div in Ft. Leonard Wood as two of only 3 Chief Warrant Officers in the unit our since of unity to each other was close. He was a great friend and someone I have many of hours in conversations with over our time serving. I did enjoy seeing the smile on his face last we spoke and he shared his pride in family and his new truck. He will be deeply missed, and my heart goes out to his family I am so utterly sorry for your loss. CW2 Baker Jeromey
John Witek left a message on July 16, 2020:
We are very sorry for your loss. I got to know Russ when he worked for us as a system analyst in Chantilly, VA. He was a very nice person and a solid worker. He will be missed. I wish I knew he was an Eagle Scout, I serve as an adult leader in the National Capital Area Council (Washington, DC area). We could have had great conversations about Scouting. Our Sympathies. I was Russ’s Government Program Manager.
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Loretta Woolery left a message on July 15, 2020:
I didn't know Russell very well, infact I only met him once. However, in that one meeting I learned alot about Russell. I knew that he loved my niece Kim with all his heart. I knew he loved his children and was very proud of his family. I also knew he was a good man, a man that would always be there for Kim and the kids. Kim chose a wonderful man to marry. It's hard trying to understand why things happen but I know that God must have needed his gentle son at home and Russell will be waiting for all of you on the other side. My heart and prayers are with all of you now and always. If you need anything, please do not hesitate to let me know.
Debra Russell left a message on July 15, 2020:
What a blessing and comfort to know families are forever. May God bless you and your family with comfort during this time of heartache and loss. Hugs Kim! You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Johanna Leon left a message on July 15, 2020:
My sincere condolences to the Jones family He was a great man
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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