In Memory

Ivan Jones

Ivan Jones



 
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01/27/09 09:51 PM #1    

Roger Felton

I still think of Ivan once in a while. Geez, one tough guy. We stayed friends from Cooley through Waltrip but only met him twice after college. I still remember the day in '82 when Ken Armbrister told me he had died. R.I.P.

02/11/09 09:06 PM #2    

Anita (Sweetie) Marbury

Ivan was one of our neighborhood kids. Sure he was lots of things to many people but he was a good son.
I always visit with his family when I go home. His Mother died a few years ago but Mr. Jones is still at the car lot near the school.

Ivan was very kind to me after my divorce in Houston. We spent some time together and I will always appreciate his friendship and gentle words.

Sweetie

09/20/09 05:59 PM #3    

Mary Holland

Our home-room was the Home Ec. room so instead of desks we sat at tables. He sat across from me. I remember him as coming across tougher than he really was. He'd slip and show that sweet side once in a while, then act tough again. It let everyone around him there know that there was much more to him than met the casual eye.
Carol (Cookie) Holland

02/15/17 03:03 AM #4    

Carrol Johnson

 
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Name: Ivan Homer Jones 3rd
Birth Date: 25 Mar 1947
Birth Place: Texas
Gender: Male
Race: Caucasian (White)
Residence: Houston, Harris, Texas
Spouse: Soozi Merillat
Father: Billy Jones
Mother: Helen Williams
Age at Death: 35
Death Date: 14 Jul 1982
Death Place: El Lago, Harris, Texas, USA

03/13/18 11:57 AM #5    

James Davlin (Davlin)

What happened to Ivan? I always wanted to talk to him, he and I had some unresolved things and I just wanted to clear them up. He was a tough guy to read!


03/14/18 10:31 AM #6    

Anita (Sweetie) Marbury

James,

The news is not good. Ivan had moved to Las Vegas with his new wife.

He was a collector of bad debts. He came to Texas without his parents knowledge to collect a large gambling debt. . There was gun fire and he was killed. It was one year after his death that the reasons came out. 

The good news is that he and Becky had one son. That son played football for Sam Houston State. He was loved by Ivan's parents. That son had children. The Jones contnued caring for that child as good  great  grandparents do.

I was home that summer and went to the funeral. I continued to see the Jones parents until they died.


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