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Oct. 7, 1998 – Dec. 19, 2017

POSTED January 2, 2018 1:48 p.m.
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Ty Ethan Jones, born in Oakdale, California October 7, 1998 to Stanley and Rosemarie Jones passed from this life into the next December 19, 2017 at UCSF at 2:15 a.m. He was blessed to have his family at his bedside. The family was praying and holding him until the end. Ty now is in the care of our loving Lord. We do not understand why he had to leave us so early; nonetheless, we completely lean on the Lord and look forward to the reunion in the sky. Ty was active in The Church of Christ that meets on Sierra Street in Oakdale, California. He was baptized into Christ August 2, 2010 by his cousin Michael Fancher.
He is survived by his parents Stanley and Rosemarie Jones. Lacey, Craig, Morrison and Halen Zavala, Justin and Trey Jones, honorary brothers Kelly Stevens, and Daniel Cebreros all of Riverbank, California. He was active in the FFA for five years in Riverbank and Oakdale high schools. He was very successful and became one of four judges on the Oakdale livestock judging team that won at the state level and went on to the nationals. He was a loving individual and the demonstration of that love is evident by the amazing outpouring of care of the community in Riverbank and Oakdale. The Church of Christ from the area has been a help and truly shown the family love and care. Our words are just not enough to express how we have been blessed by so many that were touched by Ty. While in our sadness we have shed many tears, we also have great comfort in the fact that even though Ty was young, he lived such a good and full life.
The Riverbank (Calif.) News
Jan. 3, 2018

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