With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.

Eleanor Roosevelt
  • 39 years old
  • Born on February 4, 1975 in Seattle, Washington, United States.
  • Passed away on March 17, 2014 in Seattle, Washington, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bryce Jones 39 years old , born on February 4, 1975 and passed away on March 17, 2014. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Jenny Husser (Brackett) on 18th March 2018
Always remember your amazing smile, your charming personality & amazing sense of humor. Growing up with you & your family was amazing.
Posted by Lorraine Jones on 17th March 2018
Bryce, Dad and i miss you and Rigel so much. I think of you both twice each day to see how you are doing on your sunrises and sunsets. They have been awesome the last couple of days. Thank you and please keep track of your grandma's for us.
Posted by Janis Tawrel on 17th March 2018
Miss you Bryce. Say hello to all our loved ones. Let Mom know I got her message.
Posted by Jackie Edleman on 17th March 2018
Bryce, you are never forgotten. Love you always and forever!
Posted by Jackie Edleman on 17th March 2017
I have been going through boxes of pictures, and you are there in so many of them, and it brings back so many fond memories. I know I can speak for Ken, we love and miss you, Bryce.
Posted by Becky Marshall on 4th February 2017
Bryce, You brought me some fabric that I bought from your mom in a brown paper bag and you had personally written my name on it. I still have it and see it regularly as it is in the bottom of a basket where I put customer's quilts waiting for pick-up. That means that I think of you often.........hugs!
Posted by Lorraine Jones on 4th February 2017
Bryce,Dad and I continue to miss you so much, but the memories are as gentle and living as ever. You Rigel, Grandma and all of our other lived ones remain close to us everyday. Happy Birthday Day Bryce.
Posted by Barbara Matthews on 4th February 2017
Happy birthday, Bryce. One adorable little fella. Wishing you peace and a huge piece of cake!
Posted by Jackie Edleman on 4th February 2017
Bryce, always remembered, always loved.
Posted by Becky Marshall on 17th March 2016
Today reminds me that I was always impressed with the wonderful parenting Bryce was blessed with and that he always touched my heart. I'd love one more conversation with him. Hugs to Lorraine and Rod today.
Posted by Barbara Matthews on 17th March 2016
Life taken too early. Much sadness for you Lorraine.
Posted by Lorraine Jones on 17th March 2016
Bryce, I miss you every day, with some days just harder than others. I would love to have you getting in my way, just one more time. You and Riegel are doing a good job on the sunrises and sunsets. Love to you and all my important people who are with you.
Posted by Jackie Edleman on 4th February 2016
Thinking of you on your birthday today, and always. We love you, Bryce.
Posted by Sharon Risdon on 18th March 2015
The Risdon's sure miss our friend Bryce! We loved your smiling face and all of the jokes you would share with us!
Posted by Carol Graves on 17th March 2015
How nice it was for Lorraine to share stories of Bryce on our February retreat. I felt I got to know him better through those loving stories.
Posted by Jackie Edleman on 17th March 2015
Ken and I think of you so often, and we love you Bryce!
Posted by Janis Tawrel on 4th February 2015
What a funny man you were. I loved listening to your stories about life on the farm or working at NOAH. Everyone misses you
Posted by Jennifer Gum on 4th February 2015
Nearly a year has passed, and not a day goes by that we don't think about you Bryce. Happy Birthday.
Posted by Bre Keveren on 4th February 2015
Thinking of you today, and always, Bryce. You are missed, my cousin.
Posted by Barbara Matthews on 4th February 2015
He was so young, not even 40. Sad that you can't turn back the clock and be with him again. Happy Birthday, Bryce!
Posted by Becky Marshall on 4th February 2015
Remembering my friend, Bryce , on his birth date and thinking of his family as they remember Bryce as a loving son, brother, uncle on his special day.
Posted by Jackie Edleman on 4th February 2015
We miss you, Bryce, and think of you often. Love to you on your Birthday
Posted by Dana Harmon on 13th April 2014
I was only around Bryce a few times. But everytime I was around him, it was so obvious how much he was loved by and loved his parents. We ran into one another at a friend's Christmas Party each year. Bryce, Lorraine, Rod, and several other of us quilter's and retired UW employee's would sit together and visit. Bryce was sharp...always had something to add to the conversation and was extremely good at teasing his parents and vice versa. He always had a twinkle in his eyes and was a joy to be around. He will be missed.
Posted by Bre Keveren on 31st March 2014
Bryce was my cousin, and he is a dearly missed part of our family. A caring, wonderful man with a big heart.
Posted by Andrew Bruland on 27th March 2014
I knew Bryce because I was one of his caregivers for 7 years at a home he lived in south Mount Vernon. We became good friends over the years and we would still get together on occasion after I moved on. He was the only one in the house who enjoyed watching educational programs with me like NOVA, History, the Universe. We went for many walks together near the farm, or we would go to parks and trails and walk there. He loved his pets and had a kind heart. I will definitely miss him.
Posted by Sharon Risdon on 26th March 2014
We will always remember Bryce! The Risdon kids and the Jones kids grew up together! Bryce loved all of the camping trips, riding ATV's at the dunes, or just hanging around with the kids at the house. Bryce was a "Happy Camper!" Always shared stories with us, always polite, and he had the biggest smile on his face whenever we saw him! I can still hear his sweet and contagious laugh! What a guy!...What a friend! We are so blessed to have had some great times together with Bryce! You will be missed .... never forgotten... as your memories live on in all of our hearts." HUGS" to you Rod and Lori...you are in our thoughts every day!
Posted by Linda Tellesbo on 25th March 2014
Bryce, you will be missed. Sending my love to you and your parents.
Posted by Barbara Matthews on 25th March 2014
What I noticed about Bryce was how connected he was with current events and broader issues. He showed an interest in other people. This, I’m sure, is a reflection of the love and support he got from his family. He was a happy guy even through all the challenges. Bryce leaves a huge hole with his passing.
Posted by Michele Wells on 22nd March 2014
Bryce, such a shining light, we will miss you!
Posted by Sean Keveren on 21st March 2014
Although I only met Bryce a handful of times, I felt a true sense of caring. He was cordial, interesting, and unafraid to state his opinion. All admirable qualities. Bryce helped me look past our imperfections and concentrate on what matters most: a genuine, kind soul. For that I am grateful.
Posted by Danielle Ayres on 20th March 2014
Bryce blessed me in so many ways. He was a true and caring friend. Consistently, he went out of his way to do kind things to make my day. He brought me flowers, wrote me notes, drove me to and from school, called me on my birthday, listened to many sad stories about lost games, lost love and friendships, asked me to dances (even though I had a boyfriend) and he always held a special place in my heart. I often tell Bryce stories to my husband and children and they always make me have a happy heart. Thank you for being a blessing in so many ways, to so many people. May your heart be happy remembering how he touched so many lives.
Posted by Vicki Hesseltine on 20th March 2014
I will miss Bryce's great sense of humor and gentle spirit. He was fun to be around.
Posted by Deb Lund-Tlumak on 20th March 2014
I too, remember Bryce at retreats, helping out his mom or dad by delivering fabric to all the quilters. His smile was a ray of sunshine that never stopped. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Bryan Loe on 20th March 2014
R.I.P. Bryce Lee Jones. It has been many years since I have seen Bryce as well, thanks James Windle for bringing this to my attention. Despite his small stature, Bryce had the heart and confidence of a lion. The one thing I remember most is that he showed up everyday and in my opinion was always apart of whatever I was involved in. Be it football, baseball, or wrestling events. All he wanted was to be a part of something. Once i picked up on others giving him the cold shoulder, myself and many others took him under our wings It is pretty amazing that times like this help you remember how your life was/is molded. Peace Mr. Jones
Posted by Rachel Durham on 20th March 2014
'You'll find the bright places where Boom Bands are playing. With banner flip-flapping, once more you'll ride high! Ready for anything under the sky. Ready because you're that kind of guy' -Dr.Suess Strength and most happy memories for all family and friends.
Posted by Carol Graves on 20th March 2014
I only met Bryce a couple of times, usually in the SeaWatch Fabric booth. He loved helping the ladies in the booth. His smile was contagious. You will be missed.
Posted by Lynn Tapp on 20th March 2014
Bryce and I share a love of cats. I'll miss his stories of Sarah and her antics. She brought a lot of joy to him, just as he brought joy to those around him. He will be remembered for his great smile, his gregarious personality, and his wonderful attitude. Shine bright, Bryce!
Posted by James Hagglund on 20th March 2014
Walking through the halls of RHS, Bryce was always saying "Hi" shaking hands and giving high fives. It didn't matter to Bryce if he knew them or not. Bryce was one of the most genuine individuals I have ever met and I am saddened to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Lisa Hunter on 20th March 2014
This is such sad news. I will always remember Bryce for his bright attitude and spirit. He always managed to make me smile in junior high and high school.
Posted by Todd Wyatt on 20th March 2014
I remember Bryce well from high school. He was always cheerful and friendly. My condolences to his family.
Posted by Chris Titus on 20th March 2014
I didn't know Bryce very well, But I remember we had English class together while at Redmond High. He was a character and like everyone else had mentioned, he always had a smile and always had something interesting to say. He will be missed by many and I hope the stories that are posted by those who knew him well and by those who remember him bring comfort to his Family and friends. God Speed Bryce Lee Jones.
Posted by Tami Kindy on 20th March 2014
In our years together in school, Bryce always had a smile and was so positive! He was a friend to everyone. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Danika Forbes Welch on 20th March 2014
Bryce you will be missed! I will always remember your sweet smile. Rest in peace my friend.
Posted by Therese Caldwell on 20th March 2014
Bryce always had something going on! He was a very caring and enthusiastic person who wanted to make a contribution, and I think many people have been touched by his strong spirit.
Posted by Sue Utt on 20th March 2014
He loved the show Charmed. His Mom teased him cause she said he like to look at the pretty girls but he said no I like the show!! But I liked it too so we would talk about the show. I always liked to visit with him. He had a great attitude about things. I'll miss him!
Posted by Simona Saint on 20th March 2014
I went to Evergreen Junior High with Bryce and remember him very well. He walked the hallways with a bright smile and always said hi and hello. He was always so, sweet and nice. He will be missed. I'm sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Sara Tharrington on 20th March 2014
Bryce was a kind, bright spirit and I always enjoyed talking to him. Sending love and peace to Bryce and his family.
Posted by Cory Morrison on 19th March 2014
Bryce was my friend. We grew up together and he as well as his family were always good to me. I think I was 4 when Bryce and I met, and he was my closest childhood friend. I can't say I always treated him as well as he deserved, nor was I always the best friend I could be, but as an adult I have thought about him often. He is one of the people I was looking forward to seeing at our 20 year high school reunion. Bryce was a genuine humanbeing, in a world that lacks the level of honesty and loyalty that came so natural to him. I can't say I knew him as an adult, but the Bryce I knew was well on his way to being a good man. Rod, Lori, Matt, I am sorry for the loss you must feel. God bless
Posted by Tom Bevins on 19th March 2014
I did not know Bryce in his adult life, but I remember him well from my youth before moving away from Redmond. I went to elementary school with him and played on the same soccer team as him, coached by his father. He always had such a positive attitude, something we can all learn from. May you rest in peace.
Posted by Jenny Husser (Brackett) on 19th March 2014
Bryce was such a super awesome friend to all. He brightened the hallways indeed and was a great kind and humorous guy. He will be missed. Bryce, thank you for all the many laughs n times we shared growing up.

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