Larry J. Lones

Born: 05/15/1943 Passed:

God has called for the return of one of his angels.  Larry passed away August 9, 2020, in the presence of family, due to illness.   He loved to spend his time hunting, fishing, gardening, and spending time with his family on the 6-wheeler exploring the woods. He will be missed by so many and forever in our hearts.

He is preceded in death by his parents Harold and Leona Lones; siblings, Roger, Bob, and Arlene Lones; and child, Buck Lones.

He is survived in death by his loving, life companion of 27 years, Paulette S. Jett; siblings, Donna Switzer, Betty (Joseph) Thomas, Eddie (Beverly) Lones, and Timmy Lones; children, John Lones of Carrollton, GA, Gunnar Lones (Amy) of Massillon, Ohio, Cheri (JR) Lucas of Canton South, Ohio, Peggy (Al) Turvey of Canton, Ohio, and Rocky Lones; his assumed stepchildren, Michael Paul (Jackie) Jett and Ronald “Dink” (Susan) Jett.  Larry had many loving nieces and nephews and many more great nieces and nephews, as well as 17 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

A tribute memorial will be placed on his property and due to COVID there will be no services.  A Celebration of Life will be held at a later time.  Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

 

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5 Tributes to Larry J. Lones

  1. John Lones says:

    Rest In Peace Pops

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Sending my sympathy to family and friends.
      I enjoyed talking about flowers and nature with Larry. We always had fun making buckeyes for Christmas……it won’t be the same this year.
      RIP….you will be missed.

  2. Britt says:

    How paw paw used to be so grumpy all the time and would tell me to get out of stuff and to quit playing with his lights lol. Or how he always took us on the 6-wheeler when we were kids and had lots of fun with him getting wet and muddy. And ik you may not be here in person but ik you’ll still watch me graduate this year ???????? love you pawpaw

  3. Cassie Lewis says:

    I remember turtle trapping with Uncle Larry (Aquaman) and Jack. It was so funny. We got a couple good size turtles. They were in the bed of the 6 wheeler. I was sitting on the corner of the bed, wearing shorts. With my legs above the turtles. He was driving a little fast. So he hit a bump and the snapping turtle popped up while trying to bite me. It barely touched the back of my leg. I sort of jumped/fell off the six wheeler. Larry and Jack laughed at me for the rest of the day. He always made me laugh. I can think of 100 stories. He always made me laugh when I was feeling anxious or uncomfortable at big gatherings. I really appreciated and needed that. He was a good man. I loved him and will miss him greatly.

  4. Paulette says:

    LARRY WAS A VERY LOVEING AND CAREING MAN AND I WILL MISS HIM

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