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Mayola (Chambray) Jones

Mayola Chambray Jones
April 15, 1947 ~ July 16, 2016

Elder Mayola Chambray Jones was born in Chandler, Oklahoma, April 15, 1947 to Jessie Sr. and Emmer Chambray.

Elder Jones attended Douglas High School in Oklahoma City. Then later graduated from Ponca City Senior High School. She worked many years for Conoco Oil Company in which she traveled from Ponca City, OK to Atlanta, GA then later Chattanooga, TN and Finally back to Ponca City, OK in which she retired in 2002.

Elder Jones was a dedicated member of the Powerhouse of Faith Christian Church Center under the leadership of Bishop J.R. Thompson and Pastor Gail Thompson. The Lord blessed her to wear many hats, Minister, Pastor's Aide, Pastoral Committee, and Church Secretary were among a few. She loved God with all of her heart and wasn't afraid to tell whomever cross her path about what a mighty God she served. A lady who set very high standards and expected you to be the best person you could be at all times. Elder Jones was a God fearing, loving with her whole heart and smiling thru all her storms. Elder Jones was loved by her family, friends, and especially her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. A husband who adored her from way back when they first met as kids in Oklahoma City. Elder Jones enjoyed reading her bible and devotionals, she also loved working in the church. Her fun time was spending time working puzzles, playing card games, and most off all she loved being around her family, children, and most definitely her church family.

Preceding her in death are both parents Jessie Sr. and Emmer Chambray, sisters; Emmer Gene Butler, Shirley Ann Logan, Anna Mathis, and Beverly Chambray, brothers; Winston, Jimmy Paul, and Jonnie Chambray.

Elder Jones departed this life on July 16, 2016 and leaves to cherish her memories; husband Gerald F. Jones of Ponca City, OK, spiritually parents Bishop J.R. Thompson and Pastor Gail Thompson of Ponca City, OK , sons; Marvel Lawson Sr. and wife Cynthia of Ponca City, OK , Jaron Jones of Oklahoma City, OK, Odis Lawson Jr. of Ponca City, OK, daughters; Kennetha Hunt and husband Shannon of Ponca City, OK , Celestine Hardiman of Ponca City, OK , brothers; Jessi Chambray Jr. and wife Barbara of Oklahoma City, OK , Larry Chambray of Ponca City, OK , Sister Helen Sterling of Ponca City, OK . grandchildren; Dominique Lawson (Dominique Holton) of San Deigo, CA, Marvell Lawson Jr. and wife Candance of Chattanooga , TN, Will Hardiman and wife Audrey of Guthrie, OK , Michael Lawson and wife Liz, Byron Lawson and wife Lakresha, Zackery Lawson Holroyd, Jessie Lawson and wife Jessica, Donavan Cousins and wife Kelly all of Ponca City, OK Threasa Lawson of Chattanooga, TN, Courtney Turner of Oklahoma City, and Sheleatha Mae Lawson of Ponca City, OK, and many more grandchildren, 40 great grandchildren, and best friend Ivery Allen. Special love going out to Latrica Mathis and a host of relatives and friends whom will miss her dearly.

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