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Obituary – Bertram (Bert) Jones

Bertram Philip (Bert) Jones, age 84 passed away peacefully at his daughter's home in Dunedin, Florida after a brief illness. Born in Fredonia the son of Floyd and Thelma Jones. Bert never met a stranger, he was full of life and love and shared it abundantly. He was a loving father, grandfather and great grandfather. He would often crow like a rooster when he woke in the morning and spend the day spreading joy to everyone around him.  He was loyal, kind, humble and full of life itself.  He will be greatly missed.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Betty Sue Jones of Crider; his two sons, Philip Lynn Jones and David Barry Jones;  two brothers, Thomas Jones and James "Jimmy" Jones.
Survivors include his children, Lisa Barnett (Bill) of Campbellsburg, Dee Bauer (Michael) of Dunelin, Florida, Cindy Jones of Louisville; sisters, Ruth Ann Rushing of Fredonia, Margret Allen Caudill (Jim) of Franklin; sisters-in-law, Doris Jones and Joycelyn Jones both of Fredonia; seven grandchildren, Brittney Goodpastor (Jason) of Lexington, Brook Miranda (Bobby) of Lexington, Whitney Perry (Chad) of Louisville, Carson Jones of Columbus, Ohio, Cammie King (Rob) of Louisville, Jonathan Bauer (Felicia) of Bangor, Washington, Jackson Bauer of Mobile, Alabama; seven great grandchildren and an abundance of nieces and nephews; loving companion of the last six years, Jane Jewell of Eddyville; her daughter, Kim Huddleston (Eugene) and their children, Dusty Koon (Zac) of Harrodsburg, Brody McKinney of Paducah along with Jane's three great grandchildren.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2018 from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at Morgan's Funeral Home in Princeton with Rev. Ronnie Fox officiating, burial will follow in Fredonia Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to:  Fredonia Cemetery Fund, c/o Mandy, City Clerk,  PO Box 152, Fredonia KY 42411

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