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Eula Deane West Jones, 90
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Eula Deane West Jones, 90, of McMinnville died Saturday at Raintree Manor. She was a homemaker, member of the Eastern Star, and member of Shellsford Baptist Church.
Jones was preceded in death by her parents, Forrest West and Harriet Adcock West; husband, Carl Almon Jones; two brothers, Harrison and Eugene West; seven sisters, Myrtle West, Novella Sandees, Della Mai Stewart, Macon West, Cleopha Wheat, Jessie Wright, Harriet Abolene Lewis; and half-sister, Naoma Turner.
Survivors include four children, Douglas and Brenda Jones, Regina and Ronnie Jennings, Tonya and Trent Kell, and Terry Jones, grandchildren, Tim and Debbie Jennings, Brian and Jodie Jennings, Keaton and Jenene Kell, Ashley and Nick Silvas, and Tyler Jones, great-grandchildren, Ryan, Wesley, and Samantha Jennings, Nathan and Carlie Jennings, Campbell Kell, and Aubrey Silvas, four step-great-grandchildren, Alec Villian, Adain Overall, Cody Blankenship and Justin Hestor, sisters and brother-in-law, Allen and Bettye Wright of Goodlettsville, Clayton Lewis of Donelson, Lavonia Hatcher of Smyrna, Margie and Morris Mason of McMinnville, Billie and Ralph Shoemaker of Michigan, and Oleda Crain of Delaware. Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends survive along with special friends, Kay Grider and children Brent, Lisa, and Todd.
The funeral was Wednesday at the chapel of Gardens of Memory Funeral Home. Jackie Matheny officiated with burial following at DeKalb Memorial Gardens.
Love-Cantrell Funeral Home of Smithville was in charge of arrangements.
Southern Standard
(McMinnville, Tenn.) Feb. 15, 2013