Eunice Mullen Jones

February 14, 2011

02/14/2011

Eunice Mullen Jones, age 89, of Blacksburg, VA, went to be with the Lord Monday, February 14, 2011 at Kroontje Health Care Center. She was born in Hertford County, NC on May 22, 1921 to the late Miles Thomas (Pete) and Jonie Pilant Mullen.

She was also preceded in death by her husband, Robert Milton Jones; three sisters, Ruth Spivey of Tunis, NC, Margaret Withey of Fairfield Glade, TN, Nellie Horton of Chesapeake, VA and a brother, William Mullen of Tunis, NC. She was a long term resident of Portsmouth, Va.

She is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Robert M. and JoAnn Jones of Blacksburg; a grandson, Greg Jones and his wife, Alexis of Richmond, VA; nieces, JoAnn Herring, Joyce Bryum, Norma Jean Hannigan, Margorie Phillipe, Peggy Hanbury, Barbara Ann Yoder.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, Feburary 19, 2011 at 1:00 pm in the Holly Springs Baptist Church, Winton, NC with Rev. Gilbert Crawford and Rev. Thorton Frye officiating.

The family will recieve friends Saturday from 12:00 noon until service time at the church.

Interment will follow in the Holly Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Winton, NC.

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NORMA JEAN HANNIGAN
13 years ago

Eunice Jones was a loving caring aunt who loved flowers,birds,the outer banks,the beach was a big part of her life.She sewed beautiful things all her life.Loved to cook from scratch.We will

always remenber her happy smile,and love of life.

Love Alway’s,

Norma Jean

Diane Tucker
13 years ago

Aunt Eunice was a very loving, kind woman. May she rest in peace.

Love always,

Diane Tucker

Debra Tucker
13 years ago

Aunt Eunice was very special to all of us. When we were little we went to stay with Aunt Eunice one summer and she took us crab fishing, and then we brought the crabs back to her house and she cooked them for all of us. We went to you beach cottage for several days and had lots of fun down by the ocean.

Aunt Eunce and Aunt Ruth taught all of girls how to sew that year, it’s something that I will never forget.

She called me her traveling buddy everytime she would call on the phone. I always loved to hear her voice because she would had this cute little giggle when she talked. Aunt Eunice was a very kind, lovable, and sweet person thaat will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Love always,

Debbie

Cheryl Arena
13 years ago

Our condolences to the family. Aunt Eunice will be always be remembered as a strong, kind woman. May she rest in peace.

Love always,

Cheryl Arena