ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, DEBORAH JONES, 64 years old, born on December 11, 1954, and passed away on February 22, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Tashawna Fennell on March 3, 2019
May you rest in peace my love. You was a sweet woman xoxo
Posted by Brian Henson on March 1, 2019
Twiggy, I will always remember your million-watt smile, your love of family, your strength, and your love of fun. The world is now less, and you are basking in the love of the ancestors. God bless you and your family
Posted by Kourtney Lewis on March 1, 2019
My fondest memory is walking to Walter P Carter down Winston Ave, every time I saw you you would have the most beautiful smile. I could be up to no good, carrying on with friends on the walk, I knew to straighten up when I passed your house. Haven’t seen you in years but I know the love would still be the same. I send my love to the family, but Mommy has definitely gotten her wings!!!!!
Posted by Darlene Sullivan on February 27, 2019
From the first time we met at Ramsey Scarlett, you were a ray of sunshine! We shared so many good times and laughs. So glad we were able to reconnect. Wish we could have got together like we planned. RIP my friend..
Posted by Tijuana Mother on February 26, 2019
She was a true joy to meet with the ability to spread some good and positive energy. I am truly grateful to have grabbed hold of what she could do naturally!
Posted by Francine Blanding on February 25, 2019
Today in Remembrance of the time we shared I thank God for bringing into my life. The time was short but I cherish the moments of laughter, support you gave me. Truly I am sad and realize you were my friend. I will miss you a lot but will always carry you in my Heart.
Posted by Mark Russell on February 24, 2019
What a beautiful and loving soul. A giving and caring spirit always prepared to help others. May you rest in eternal peace.
Posted by KCee Watkins on February 24, 2019
I’ve known you since I was a little girl, you’ve always been a nice, loving person You will truly be missed. Love you lots
Posted by Kierra Brittany on February 24, 2019
i will miss you dearly ima miss how we used to talk and laugh cutting up maken jokes. I love you ill always be remember you,you will forever be my other mother.
Posted by Janae Legette on February 23, 2019
I remember you welcoming me in your home with open arms. I'm sad I lost touch with jazzy because you def was another mom too me. anytime I came over to your home to spend with jazzy I felt at home. I adored y'all relationship. I am forever grateful that I met you ! You will be truly missed.
Posted by Veronique Harris on February 23, 2019
When i seen her she always had a petty smile on her face and her hair was alway tight
Posted by Clovell Turman on February 23, 2019
I will always remember Debbie from the Big Smile she always given me when she see me always a Loving Person our friendship was Special Love You Debbie SIP ❤️

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Posted by Tashawna Fennell on March 3, 2019
May you rest in peace my love. You was a sweet woman xoxo
Posted by Brian Henson on March 1, 2019
Twiggy, I will always remember your million-watt smile, your love of family, your strength, and your love of fun. The world is now less, and you are basking in the love of the ancestors. God bless you and your family
Posted by Kourtney Lewis on March 1, 2019
My fondest memory is walking to Walter P Carter down Winston Ave, every time I saw you you would have the most beautiful smile. I could be up to no good, carrying on with friends on the walk, I knew to straighten up when I passed your house. Haven’t seen you in years but I know the love would still be the same. I send my love to the family, but Mommy has definitely gotten her wings!!!!!
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Deborah Boston Jones was born December 11, 1954 in
Baltimore, Maryland to Sadie Boston and Leroy Lyles (died when she was very young). She was raised by her mother, Sadie Mobley and stepfather Easter Mobley. She had 3 sisters Denise Boston, Jeanie Mobley and Wanda Mobley; 2 brothers Kenneth Mobley and Wayne Mobley. Patricia Bowman(aunt) and Tyree Boston (nephew). She married James Jones (deceased) with whom she started a family and a successful business.  She was the proud mother of  Ciera Jones, Jasmine Jones-Lewis (Michael Lewis), Tiara Moore, Jemini Jones and Jerrell Jones; grandmother to Kyonna Jones, Brooklyn Jones and Seven Lewis. She was a graduate of Coppin State University located in Baltimore, MD.She was a strong, spirited, intelligent and loving person who was always there for those she loved and who always knew how to make you laugh even when you didn't want to. After a brief illness she joined our Lord and Creator on February 22, 2019.  She leaves behind a host of family and friends who loved her dearly. There was no greater person than my sister and friend Mrs. Deborah Jones, may she rest in heavenly peace.

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An old friend

Shared by Deborah Bonsignore on February 27, 2019

I just learned of your sister and mom’s passing today. I am shocked and very saddened. I worked with Debbie at Atlantic Container Line in the early 1980’s. We became work friends immediately and had so much fun together. You are correct, she would light up a room as soon as she was in it. I, too, shared much laughter with her. Playing ms pac-man on our lunch hour, a trip to Ocean City, and many after work happy hours. She was so witty, quick with a joke or comment. We just recently got back in touch and we picked up where we left off. I love that!!  I am sad that i didn’t get to see her again. My memories of Debbie always make me smile and laugh out loud. The times we had! I am so sorry for your loss and my heart aches for you all. She was truly one of a kind.

Debbie Walker Bonsignore

Shared by Sharee Johnson on February 24, 2019

Debbie where do I began ...It was love at 1st sight my sag twin..You and Mr Jim welcome me Joi and Jasmin into your home with open arms..Your cooking was out of this world...The long rides we had...laughing so hard and just jamming to the music....While I’m typing this I can c ur beautiful face ...the good times..yes there was some bad ,but the good outweighed the bad ...Jazz,Ceira, and Jerrell hold on to ur precious memories ...I can say so much more...Debbie I love u and I’m going to miss ur beautiful smile ....until we meet again..

To a village mom.

Shared by Anastasia Steel on February 24, 2019

  From the very first day I met you I felt comfortable enough to call you Ma. I felt right at home getting sassed and fussed out about not bringing the baby over. Jasmine I my best friend and one of the strongest women I know and that doesn’t surprise me because she gets her strength from you. Even when you thought no one was watching we were and you are a true inspiration. You were determined to walk across that stage and you did. We will love and miss you forever 

                    - love Fe and Ava