We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Bobby E. Glover Mortuary
Ernestine Jones was born February 13, 1946, to the late Laura Mae Stokes in Farrington NJ. Upon moving to the state of Georgia she attended The Church of God for All People in Windsor, NC, where she served as a faithful servant whenever and wherever was needed under the leadership of Pastor Joseph Watson.
She later attended Stepping Stone Outreach Ministries. Where she served as Mother of the Church until the Lord called her home.
What does it mean to be selfless? To give more than you take, to love wholeheartedly, to lead others with kindness, to take anyone under your wings even though you had no obligations. What does it mean to be a God-fearing woman? To wear multiple hats, while managing everyone's life, while nurturing your family, husband, and others through personal and spiritual growth. What does it mean to be strong? To have moral and intellectual power, keep faith in a hard time while still allowing yourself to feel every emotion, and having unwavering courage. Ernestine was truly one of a kind. She was never hesitant to show unconditional love to any person she encountered, as she never met a stranger. Ernestine Jones was a wonderful woman who would help those in need in a heartbeat. She was an angel to all of us.
Ernestine was proceeded in death by her mother Laura Mae Stokes, and two brothers Samuel Stokes and Joseph Stokes
She leaves to cherish her memories, her loving husband of 54 years of pure marital bliss, Seamon Jones SR, of perry Ga, and three sons, Jaden Jones of Perry Ga, and Seamon Jones III of Nashville Tenn. Anthony Jones of Baltimore MD, two daughters Evelyn Jones of perry ga Michelle Jones of fort Valley Ga, two sisters Delores Ferby of Cedarville NJ, Josephine Stokes of Windsor NC one brother Johnnie (Christy) Stokes f Portland Organ four grandchildren, one great-grand and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and a dear Aunt Evelyn along with many other cherished family and friends.