Lorraine L. Jones – 2/25/2021

February 27th, 2021

Lorraine L. Jones, 92, of Aston passed away on February 25th at Riddle Memorial Hospital.  She was born in Numidia, PA to the late Frederick and Margaret Campbell.  Lorraine worked at the Eddystone Print Works and then later went on to retire from Ship and Shore.  She was a former member of the Red Hat Ladies as well as St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church where she was active in the women’s organizations.

Lorraine enjoyed working in her puzzle books, watching the Hallmark Channel and sewing.  She was predeceased by her husband, James B. Jones, Jr.; sister, Marqueen Evans.  She is survived by her sons, James B. Jones, III (Dawn) and Wayne Jones (Debbie); 6 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; brother, Charles Campbell.

Her funeral service will be held on Wednesday, March 3rd at 11am at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral Home 1459 Market St. Linwood, PA.  Friends and family are invited to her viewing from 10-11am.  Burial will follow in Lawn Croft Cemetery.   In lieu of flower, donations in her name can be made to St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church 535 Lamp Post Lane, Aston, PA 19014.


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13 thoughts on “Lorraine L. Jones – 2/25/2021

  • By Linda J. Oates on

    To all of the Joneses, I am so sorry for your loss. Don and I had many a good conversation with your mom when she visited the shore. Hopefully we gave her a few laughs as well! My love and prayers to you all.

  • By Despo Tatasciore on

    To our Jones friends, Marty and I are so saddened to learn of the passing of your beloved mother. May her memory be eternal 💖
    Despo & Marty

  • By Darla J Koenig on

    Wayne and family. I will surely miss my St. Tim’s and Red Hat Buddy! And all the breakfast time we spent each Sunday morning after Church. She will always hold a special place in my heart! I’m just so sorry that this Pandemic prevented me from giving her one last hug! She was so proud of you all and I am sure she is smiling down on all of you – resting in peace with God! God Bless and be with all of you.

  • By Bill and Maureen Vail on

    Wayne and Debbie. Bill and I were so sorry to hear about the death of your mom. We always enjoyed her. Always look forward to seeing her at Christmas time.
    She will remain forever alive in your memories.

  • By Mary Moore on

    Lorraine was a wonderful lady! She was always so friendly and kind. She helped with the quilt club at St.Timothy’s and so many other activities at church. She was well known and everyone loved her. I will miss her! Sending prayers to you and your family. Mary Moore

  • By Bill & Maria DeFeo on

    To Wayne, Debbie and family.

    We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers and want you to know how much love your Mom brought to everyone in your family. I will always remember her coming to your plays and being so proud of you (especially when she wore her “red hat”).

  • By Lou Robinson on

    Sending our deepest sympathies and condolences. May the precious memories of happier times give you peace and comfort during this time of sadness and transition. Praying for calm breezes & soft melodies to remember her mother’s love for her family.

    Peace … Audrey & Lou Robinson

  • By Linda Sivilich on

    So sorry to hear about Lorraine’s passing. She was always nice to me.

  • By Brad Shomo on

    Wayne, Debbie and family. I met your mother nearly a decade ago at Planet Fitness. She was on the treadmill next to me. As I tend to talk to everyone around me, we struck up a conversation. I was so impressed that she would diligently go to the gym at her age. Over the course of several weeks, we became friends. We talked about religion one day and I told her I attended St. Timothy’s in Aston. She asked if she could come to church with me. I immediately said yes, of course, and she was there the following Sunday. I’m so very glad she did as she subsequently found many new friends there. I am so very blessed to have been her friend for the last several years. I will miss her smile and hugs that I received every week at church. Please know that my prayers and thoughts are with you and I know that she is in the comfort of God’s grace and peace.

  • By Lita and Rocky Marcellus on

    Sorry I didn’t know about this sooner. Lita and I am truly sorry for your loss Wayne. Sons are always close to their Mothers and I know this has to weigh heavy on your heart. I was devastated when my own mother passed. I would’ve love to give her one more hug, or a kiss on the cheek but she is in Gods hand now. So, we offer you prayers to help you deal with your loss and I will continue to keep you in my prayers. May your Mom rest in peace.

  • By Phyllis & Harry Myers on

    So sorry for your loss. She was a very special person. So full of life. May she Rest In Peace.🙏🙏🙏
    God bless you and your family.

  • By Debbie Wiley on

    I will always remember your yearly Christmas cards. Little did I know 2020 would be our last year to exchange them. You’re up there holding hands with Mr. Jones once again. Prayers of comfort for Wayne and Jimmy and family.

  • By Florence Johnson on

    Jim & Dawn. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. To all your family and your children my thoughts and prayers go out to you all. Praying for comfort and beautiful memories for the coming days ahead.

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