- May 20, 1930 - May 12, 2012
- Beverly, Massachusetts
of Ulysses' Passing
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Memories & Candles
I was very sad to learn of Les's passing. My prayers go out to his family. Les and I worked together at EG&G many years ago, and he was a good friend. We kept in touch, meeting annually for lunch with other friends. He will be sadly missed.
Posted by: Genevieve Keating - Ware, MA May 31, 2012
Dear Hugh, Kim and family, I received Hugh's letter today, and wish to express my sincerest condolences. I am praying that the Lord will comfort your hearts with His peace at this sad time. May the memories of your father/grandfather bring you much joy in the days ahead. I met Les about 34 years ago at the former EG&G; my office was next to his in Accounting. I was only in my 20's, but Les made a huge impression on
Posted by: Pam (Nichols) Sager - Ashburnham, (formerly Beverl, MA May 29, 2012
I was saddened to hear of Les' passing. He was a kind and generous man who always brightened my day. It was a pleasure working with him at Catholic Charities or bumping into him around town on Saturday morning. He loved his family dearly and my condolences go out to them on this loss.
Posted by: Sarah - Beverly, MA May 25, 2012
For 6 years you gave me and all of us at the barbershop some amazing stories .you will be missed we will miss you comming in every pther monday with your big books your reading and funny witt. I am so happy to have met a warm amazing man who i can call a friend and i know when we meet again will share lolipops in heaven ,, mr jones you know what you would say chris i think ill keep you, well we will keep you and your memories also rip your friend and barber
Posted by: Chris markos - Bevely, MA - Friend May 24, 2012
To the family of our dear neighbor, Mr. Jones-
We have lived across the street for the past twenty five years, have read your father's books and have always enjoyed his ready smile, his gracious way of remembering and asking about every detail of what's going on in our own children's lives, and his tireless spirit. We will be keeping him him in our prayers, and know he is having a wonderful reunion with his lovely wife. We also express our condolences to you in your grief, and please know you are in our prayers as well.
Posted by: Janet & John Koza - Beverly, MA May 19, 2012
We became fast friends over Saturday morning breakfast at Friendly's. We only knew Les for about two years but felt as though we had known him forever. We will miss his warm smile and sincere kindness.
Posted by: Dana & Donna Kohut - Peabody, MA May 18, 2012
Sorry to hear of his passing i will miss him stopping by the dry cleaners
Posted by: Valerie Thorner - lynn, MA May 18, 2012
So sorry to hear about Mr. Jones. He was a neighbor and I was friends with his daughter, Lesslee who predeceased him. My condolences to the family.
Posted by: Suzanne - Beverly, MA May 17, 2012
I had the honor of working with Mr. Jones in two different capacities. A number of years ago he visited Glen Urquhart School and spoke to students for a Veterans' Day Assembly and more recently through some work connected with the State House. Both times, he was inspirational and I had as recently as last week thought about stopping in to see him just to get a little shot of the Mr. Jones "Joie de vive". I was deeply shocked and saddened to read his obituary in the Salem Evening News. A bright light has gone away.
Posted by: Georgia Bills - Beverly, MA May 17, 2012
To Kim and the Jones family, words can not express my sadness for your loss. Your Father was a bright light in my life and now he is with the lord. May his legacy be your guiding light thru this time of sorrow.
Posted by: Robert Benjamin - Lakealnd, FL May 17, 2012
Les was a wonderful person . I first met Les at the Bootstraps Store in Beverly. My daughter and I were volunteers on Saturdays. We would look forward to Les's visits to the store. He made quite an impression on my daughter Erica. She was heading toward graduation from college Les shared with her his pearls of wisdom. Les was a brilliant and kind person who will be greatly missed.an. He frequen
Posted by: Deborah Lawrence - Salem, MA - Friend May 16, 2012
To Kim and all the Jones Family, our prayers and thoughts are with you and may your Dad be with the Lord.
Posted by: John & Robin McCombs - Phoenix, AZ May 16, 2012
To Hugh and the rest of the Jones Family: Pat and I were so sad to hear that Les passed, not just for your sake but for ours. He was such a character and we enjoyed seeing him at the various family events we all attended. We will really miss him. Love, Tina and Pat
Posted by: Tina Duddy & Pat Barrett - South Boston, MA May 15, 2012
Our family was deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. - Sue,Jimmy,Erica and Melissa
Posted by: Sue Temple - Randolph, MA May 15, 2012
I am so sorry for your loss. He will love forever in your memory with love and joy. You are in my thoughts.
Posted by: Heidi Framer - North Easton, MA May 15, 2012
We are truly sorry to hear about your loss. Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family Love to you all Jennifer, Kayla and Travis
Posted by: Jennifer Depietri - MA May 15, 2012
So sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.
Posted by: Kathy Grindrod - Pulaski, TN May 15, 2012
You are in our thoughts and prayers
Posted by: Linda & David Tucker - South Walpole, MA May 14, 2012
To the Ulysses Jones Family and especially, his son Kim. Always remember the times when your dad held your hand when you were little. Always remember the times when your dad had to punish you or give you a stern talking to. Always remember him and speak of him frequently and he will always be with you. Finally, remember the old saying, "The nut never falls far from the tree", but not in a derogatory view, but rather and most
Posted by: Kevin Nixon - Dallas, TX May 14, 2012