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Harold L. JonesPassing: September 26, 2010


Jacob Finger United Methodist Church

Thursday,Sep.30,2010, 1:00 pm


Chastain Funeral Home


Mitchell Cemetery

PLAINFIELD — Harold Lee “Henie” Jones, 75, Plainfield, passed away at 4:10 p.m. Sunday, September 26, 2010, at St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis.

Born August 3, 1935, in Mitchell, he was the son of William A. and Edna Lucille (Woodward) Jones. He married Dorothy L. “Penny” Sheeks September 1, 1956.

He served 22 years in the U. S. Navy retiring in 1978 with the rank of CDR, USN and was a veteran of the Vietnam War.

He graduated from Mitchell High School in 1953, Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, California in 1955, Monterey Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, California in 1966, and Pepperdine University, Malibu, California in 1977, with a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management. He retired from the Department of Aging and Vocational Rehabilitation with the State of Indiana. Henie was a member of Jacob Finger United Methodist Church and attended the United Methodist Church in Plainfield.

Surviving: wife,
Dorothy L. “Penny” Jones, Plainfield
William Jeffrey Jones and wife, Cathy, Pittsboro
Jay Douglas Jones and wife, Anne, Tampa, Florida
Holly Ann Richardson and husband, Mike, Bedford
Robert Bryan Jones and wife, Deanna, Pomfret, Vermont
Kimberly Le Ann, Heather Noel, Patrick Michael, Nicholas David, Hannah Mariah, Brian Christopher, Margaret Rose, Karen Mary, Daniel Christopher,
Samuel Joseph, Cooper Allen, and Brady Kristopher
great granddaughter,
Sophia LeAnn Clark

His parents; brothers, John Edward, Howard, Billie “Biff” W., and Charles Robert Jones; and sisters, Helen Irene Sipe, Ruth Frances Barnes, Oweetah June Scott, and Norma Jean Jones, preceded him in death.

Memorial service will be at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, September 30, at Jacob Finger United Methodist Church, 139 North Eighth Street, Mitchell, with Navy Chaplain AG1 Patterson, Rev. Ted Blosser, and Rev. Eric Kersey officiating. Military honors will be accorded by American Legion Post No. 250 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9107.

The family will receive friends following the service at a reception in the fellowship hall of the church.

Memorial Gifts: charity of the donor’s choice or American Cancer Society

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