Ella Rose Jones
  • St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
    Spearville, KS
  • Memorial contributions may be made to:
  • Seasons of Life Living Center
    Syracuse, KS

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Mom & I will miss not having the chance to make up for any lost time that has gone by, like we were going to do. You'll forever be in our hearts & we love you so much!!! This is only bye for now. Love, Danielle & Donna!

Posted by: Danielle Jones - El Dorado, KS - Grand Daughter   Feb 15, 2013

To the family of a very special Lady, Ella Rose
She made me 2 sets of tea towels with her beautiful hand work for my birthday as you see her and my mom were very good friends and classmates and I was born on her birthday. My mother will miss her phone calls and letters very much. Our colndolence to all that she left behind and prayers as I know she will be leading the band as she awaits the rest of her classmates of 13 that are still here .

Posted by: Victoria (Duesing) Tague - Dodge City, KS - Family friend   Feb 12, 2013

Ella Rose was one of my very favorite people; always, always smiling. I have so many fond memories of her. I will always remember her laugh. She was one of the strongest people I've ever known and was kind to everyone, no matter what. She did love without judging. Even through all the pain she endured, she kept smiling. What a wonderful person and example to everyone. I love you and I miss you Granny Jones. From YG-Sami :)

Posted by: Samantha Wilson - Dodge City, KS   Feb 12, 2013

Granny Grunt, she was always just a phone call away and I loved getting those special phone calls from her on my birthday and listening to her singing happy birthday to me. Which probably most of her grand kids received the same calls on there birthdays. Thank you so much for a shoulder to cry on when times got tough and a comforting word. Will miss you so much.

Love always

Posted by: Dusty Heck - Holly, CO - Grandson   Feb 12, 2013

Miss Rosie was a life long freind and customer of the Sanko's I recall many a "coffees" at her sister Monica's when a child with my mother and later nearly Daily "coffees at our buisness here in Spearville during the 70s-1999. she always had a great laugh and stories to share. She played "Santa" for our family sveral years when i was a child, and in 1975 when Spearville celebrated its centenial, she loaned us a couple of wagon wheels

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Posted by: Mark Patty and Cassie Sanko - spearville, KS - family freinds   Feb 11, 2013

"Granny Jones" as I affectionately knew her always took time to talk to us when she saw us, ask how we were and give us her wonderful smile, she was a great and caring lady.

Posted by: Ronda Worden - Dodge City, KS - Valli Wilson's niece   Feb 11, 2013

Well Mom it is my turn to light the candle for you. It will never go out.
Love ya Bunches and I'm really going to miss you.

Posted by: Kathy Heck - Holly, CO - Daughter   Feb 11, 2013

Granny Jones was one of the classiest women ever. She had poise and grace, enduring love and devotion. She was such a role model to not only me, but everyone she encountered. She loved without judging. You always knew Granny was proud of you, not matter how big or small your accomplishment. I cannot fathom my life without Granny. My only comfort is knowing that she finally has good legs again and is dancing her way through heaven. I can only imagine her welcome home party! Man, what a celebration!

Posted by: Bobbi Jo Wiescamp - Pueblo, CO - Granddaughter   Feb 11, 2013

Aunt Rose or "Jonesy" as we liked to call her was one very special lady. She had a heart of gold and would do anything for a person, whether asked or not. I will always remember Aunt Rose coming to the house to drink coffee with Mom (Monica). They would gossip, laugh, and argue but always were best friends. We kids would always say stuff just to hear her laugh until she cried, oh, what a laugh she had! Although her laugh has been silenced Aunt Rose provided us with some beautiful memories. God bless!

Posted by: Becky Hornung - Spearville, KS - Niece   Feb 11, 2013

Granny Jones was always proud of her kids, grandkids, and family. No matter what we ever did, you always knew Granny was in your corner. She taught me so much about people. I will miss hearing her say "I love you honey"

Posted by: Chad Wilson - Cashion, OK - Grandson   Feb 11, 2013