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Julia L. Jones (nee Kolash)

12/10/1926 — 02/15/2021

Julia L. Jones (nee Kolash), age 94 of Willowick, passed away February 15th, 2021 at Mentor Ridge Health Center. Julia was born December 10th, 1926 in DuBois, PA to the late Peter and Mary Kolash.

Julia was the loving wife to the late Leroy Jones; beloved mother of Leroy Jones, Thomas (Scott Schamberger) Jones and Patrice Began; grandmother of Scott, Kevin and Lauren; great grandmother of Kevin and Kiara.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 11 AM Friday May 7th, 2021 at St. Mary Magdalene Church, 32114 Vine Street, Willowick. Burial will follow at All Souls Cemetery after the service.

The family would like to thank Mentor Ridge Health Center for the loving care she received.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral & Cremation Services.

Messages

  1. Michael & John

    Mrs. Jones and the family are in our prayers and have our deepest sympathy. Through the support of her loving family she was able to live a long and fulfilled life. At peace now, she will continue to be remembered and celebrated.

    Michael & John
  2. Kevin and Carol Ashdown

    Our sincere condolences to the Jones family. She was loved and cared for tenderly and devotedly over the years. She is peace now in the presence of our loving God. All our love.

    Kevin and Carol Ashdown
  3. My dearest wife Patrice, as I witnessed you Zoom with your mother after she contracted COVID-19, my heart broke for you and Jules as she suffered. When mom couldn’t verbalize what/where the pain she was experiencing, you kept a brave face, singing to your mom and telling stories from days gone by. Then she peacefully died in her sleep. And being that we live 14k kilometers away made it (along with travel restrictions and mandated isolation) almost impossible to visit. When you showed me the photo of your brother holding moms hand as she transitioned into hospice care in Mentor Ridge, that was a great comfort indeed. And now your mother’s suffering is over, and you find your real friends and loved ones from the States offering prayers and love. And here, your staff, co-workers and acquaintances offering prayers of their respective faiths Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu are wonderful examples of the love people from all corners of the earth sharing your grief with respects, love & hugs. You stayed with mom on your twice yearly visits to the States, enjoying each other’s company, of course you never knew when you stayed with mom that it could be your last. And as I deduce from the great poet John Keats “Ode on a Grecian urn” that one’s life shouldn’t be defined by their passing. I believe time is not linear, but transcends our short time here, and that you make the most of every day of your life. My deepest respects and condolences to your brothers and to you my darling from your loving husband. And thank you for saving my life!

    Alfred
  4. Terri Robinson-Voss

    Patrice and family. So sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. Hope and I send you all our thoughts and prayers. She will be forever in your hearts.

    Terri Robinson-Voss
  5. Mary mcGuinness

    Sending you love and prayers….your mom was feisty and independent and I enjoyed meeting her over the years. I hope peace finds you in your sorrow.

    Mary mcGuinness
  6. Janet and Brian Walsh

    Patrice, Our heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. What a great picture of your mom. But the image that you described to me, in her final hours, covered with the blanket you had made of photos of family, is so beautiful. I hope that brings you comfort. May she Rest In Peace. Love, Janet and Brian

    Janet and Brian Walsh

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