Lemley Chapel
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All of Skagit County Since 1935
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Sedro-Woolley, WA

Howard H. Jones

Howard H. Jones

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Howard H. Jones, 72, a resident of Burlington, passed away on Tuesday, March 30, 2016 at Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon.
Howard was born on May 30, 1943 in Coupeville, one of ten children of Ernest & Fern Jones. He was raised and attended school in Coupeville, graduating from Coupeville High School with the class of 1961.
Howard worked as a handyman and maintenance person in a variety of job classifications on Whidbey Island and in the Mount Vernon area for many years. He was an avid Mariners fan and a firm believer in the para-normal.
Howard is survived by his 2 sisters, Marg Ketchum of Lake Stevens and Mary Hanson of Snoqualmie; his 2 brothers and their wives, Ralph and Donna Jones of Sedro-Woolley and Tom and Loralyn Jones of Concrete and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; 5 brothers, Walt, Lloyd, Sam, Gene & John Jones; 2 sisters-in-law; 2 brothers-in-law; 1 niece;1 nephew and 2 great-nephews.
At Howard’s request there will be no services. Memorials in Howard’s memory may be made to a charity of your viagra natural espana choice. The Jones family would like to thank the staff at the Ovenell Home in Burlington and staff at Skagit Valley Hospital for their loving care for Howard. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Lemley Chapel, Sedro-Woolley.


  • Carolyn Calhoun

    I am sorry for the loss of Mr. Howard. I pray that these words that I meditate on daily bring you comfort as it has myself. Jesus promised us at John 5:25, 28, 29 that we can have the hope of seeing our love ones again.

  • Sherrie Iund Bond

    To the Jones Families;
    I am sorry for the loss of your brother and uncle. Howard was older than me and I didn’t know him personally, but I did go to school with Ralph and Gene. I recall them as being polite, cordial and interesting. Ralph was a year ahead of me at school and Gene a year younger than me. While Gene was shy and quiet, he was more social when we were on our bus route.
    I recall Mrs. Jones from the days that my Mom was an “Avon Lady” when I was pre-school age. We used to stop by the house and visit with her on occasion. She was a nice lady. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Please accept my condolences.