Jeffery Aaron Jones, 35, of Lawton passed away February 9, 2018.
He was born January 23, 1983 to Vivian Shelton and Melvin R. Jones. Jeffery attended Eisenhower High School and graduated in 2001. He pursued his college degree at Cameron University and in Little Rock, AR. In 2006, Jeffery moved to Spokane, WA where he was diagnosed with diabetes and subsequently moved back to Lawton.
Jeffery loved to play Xbox 360; he was a skilled player, but his motto was to let other players win just so they would return later to play with him again.
Jeffery's pride and joy was his little brother; he always said that he was his 5th birthday present. He loved his grandma, and his red mustang. When asked what he wanted for Christmas, Jeffery's only request was "one more family meal."
Preceded in death by his grandparents Jimmie and Vernice McKine and great uncle John McKine. Jeffery is survived by his mother Vivian Shelton of Lawton, father Melvin Jones of Little Rock, AR, brother Kenneth Shelton of Clarksville, TN, sister Jamie Jones of Little Rock, AR, uncles Jeffery Shelton of Lawton, Robert(Cherri) of Colorado Springs, CO, and Leonard Jones of Little Rock, AR. He leaves behind one nephew Traveon Small of Little Rock, AR, great aunt Billie McKine of Kansas City, special friend Michael Johnson of Lawton, and two special aunts Jeanette Parish and Sharon Thomas of Fort Smith, AR.
Special thanks are given to Regency Apartments for the birthday card; Jeffery really appreciated the sentiment.
Whinery Huddleston Funeral Service
Saturday, February 17, 2018 10:00 AM
6210 NW Cache Road Lawton, Oklahoma 73505
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