JONES OAM DAVID A true gentle man. Widely admired and respected. Suddenly taken from us, 28th April, three weeks before his 95th birthday. Dad loved and lived a joyful life every day.
His involvement with his community was legendary. Long time newsagent, Mayor of Mosman Park, keen sailor, old Rotarian, Lions, Vintage '64 and more. Now with his Lord and with Edith.
Much loved father of Barbara-Dene, Gregory and Carolyn. Friend of David, Orsi and son-in-law Wayne. Proud grandfather of McKenzie and Griffin. We will miss him.
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Dearest Barbara-Dene, Gregory and Carolyn, sending my condolences to you, I would have attended the memorial, if I had known in time. David frequently in my thoughts, as an elder of the family, he had a full life. May he be with Edith and in your hearts.
Love and best wishes
JONES OAM (DAVID)
Deepest condolences to Barbara-Dene and David and all the Jones family. David was a constant gentleman who always wore a smile and brought great cheer to the room. Dean Smith
JONES DAVID David was such a wonderful man. He set such a fine example as a person of true belief, friendship, trust, and leadership, to gather respect from all who knew him.
Barbara-Dene, Greg, and Caroline will be truly lost without the heart of their family.
We grieve with you on the loss of such a great friend to the Dodd family.
Wayne, Norma, Jamie, and Paul (dec).
We all loved you David
JONES OAM DAVID The Committee and Members of Vintage 64 Club extend their deepest
sympathy to Carolyn, Wayne, McKenzie, Griffin, Barbara-Dene and Greg on the sad loss of their beloved Father and Grandfather. An active member of V64 since 1965, DJ always welcomed his fellows with a cheerful smile and he will be sadly missed at monthly dinners. RIP mate.