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© The Bakersfield Californian
Tuesday, 19 July 2005
Submitted by: Alex Carter

Stanley John Jones Jr.

December 19, 1978 ~ July 9, 2005

Stanley John Jones, Jr., 26, a native resident of Bakersfield, CA, who recently relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma, went on to Glory July 9, 2005.

Funeral services will be held today Tuesday, July 19, 2005, 10:00 a.m., at Word of Life Christian Ministries, 1300 S St., Bakersfield, CA. Pastor Steve Johnson to officiate with a private interment in Union Cemetery.

Little Stanley is survived by his parents, Stanley Sr. and Brenda Jones of Bakersfield; two sisters, Tanice Reneé, and Cherice Monique Jones of Bakersfield and one brother, Michael James Jones of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Little Stanleys fiancée, Rataucha Heard.

Stanley had a beautiful heart through his giving to others. He will be greatly missed.

For additional service information please call (661) 631-2825.

Services Entrusted To: Beloved Care Funeral Services 

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