- 80 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 17, 1930
- Place of birth:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 21, 2011
- Place of passing:
Cupertino, California, United States
|We will miss you Herb.|
This memorial website was created in the memory Herbert Jones who was born on August 17, 1930 and passed away on April 21, 2011. We will miss him.
"I thought all week that this would be the first time in a number of years I would not be making a birthday card for my brother. It was always fun to try to think of a memory he might like to share. Miss you brother."
"Today Dad would have been 81. I miss him very much. He was very supportive of me and tried to understand what I was going through. Of everyone in my family, my father was the most compassionate. He really loved me unconditionally and that was a blessing. I miss you dearly Dad."
"My brother Herb's efforts were very important in helping us all get through college with our Uncle's financial backing. He also stood up for me at my wedding and supported my efforts to open an educational program for inner city young people."
"Herb came into my life in 1999 bringing a deep love and friendship. We were lucky to share a wonderful relationship for 11 years. Thank you Herb- love you always..."
"Grandpa and I shared a love of music. We always talked about the choirs we were in and what songs we were singing. I will miss sharing our musical moments."
"" My father was the quintessential Santa Claus.When he was home it was a big deal! He had usually been gone for a LONG time, so his arrival was much anticipated. All of a sudden everyone was happy and we seemed like a normal family for a minute...he"
"Herb was a good brother.While growing up in Pittsburgh, He often babysat for his two younger sisters.During the WWII blackouts he tried to keep us unafraid. He had a great laugh and could speak on just about anything with some insight. I will miss my"
"The one thing I can say for Dad is he was easy to be around. I felt like I could bring any friend or boyfriend to him and he would find a way to strike up a conversation. He didn't waste a lot of time judging people. He knew how to seize the moment a"
"He was in the end a pretty good dad, not a great one, but a pretty good one. His life was complicated, very complicated. He just could not sit still-even at the end. He had more different jobs and engineered more different products than I can rememb"