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Doug E. Jones

Mr. Doug E. Jones, age 40 of Lebanon and formerly of Ogdensburg, NY, passed away Thursday July 2, 2020. Mr. Jones was born June 30, 1980 in Jefferson County, New York to Mr. Douglas John Jones and the late Mrs. Bridget Lee Duprey Sharps. He was employed as the assistant service manager at Valvoline, in Lebanon and was actively pursuing his completion in training to become a firefighter with the Alexandria Volunteer Fire Department.  Doug was a kind and loving son, husband, father, and brother and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Mr. Jones is survived by his high school sweetheart and loving wife of 24 years, Nikki Cutway Jones; children, Morgan Jones (Nathaniel Lankford), Emily Jones, and Avery Jones; father, Douglas John Jones of NY; step-father, Joseph Scott Sharps; sister, Jessica Sharps (Ian O’Brien); brothers, Scotty Sharps and Phillip Jones; mother and father-in-law, Karen (Dwight) Geer; maternal grandparents, Cynthia (Fred) Kinch; sisters-in-law, Ashley (Mike) Durham, Bobby Jo (Matt) Taylor; brothers-in-law, Raymond (Heather) Cutway, Kyle (Darlene) Cutway; he also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and extended family and friends.

There will be a celebration of life service conducted by Bro. Jason Mull on Wednesday July, 15, 2020 at 6pm from the chapel of Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home.  Doug’s family will receive friends on Wednesday from 4-6pm. There will also be a committal service to be held at a later date in New York.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements.(615) 444-2142  www.ligonbobo.com

Messages for the Family

  1. Uncle Dave says:
    DJ I love and miss you. You were such a kind and lovable person. You left such a positive impression everywhere you went.
  2. Nicole Jones says:
    Doug never met anyone that didn’t become a friend. He had a heart of gold and was there for anyone that ever needed anything. We loved him so much. He will be dearly missed by all. He will forever have a place in our hearts.
    • Uncle Ben and Aunt Tammy says:
      DJ,
      You are loved by so many. Best memory was playing cards with you all day in South Carolina then you pretended to fall asleep on our couch so you could stay overnight.
      Love you kiddo our hearts are heavy but understand you are with God your Mom and all of the family waiting for you.
      Uncle Ben and Aunt Tammy miss and love you very much.
  3. Darla (Williams) Franklin says:
    Doug you were a awesome cool kid in back in school. You were so funny. This is a shock . Rest in my old friend
  4. Neil and Bonnie LaRose says:
    so sorry for the passing of Doug. Fred and Ciss have been thru so much. Pray for the family.
  5. Rich Finnerty says:
    Doug was a truly good person. He was a pleasure to be around. Smart , friendly, outgoing. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
    • Nicholas Jamieson says:
      Love goes out to Nikki and the kids. I grew up with Doug and will be missed by many. Fly high bro.
  6. Jason Reese says:
    Doug was an awesome guy. I first met him bowling with a mutual friend. We had a lot of good times and laughs.. my heart goes out to his family and friends. Rest easy my friend
  7. Aunt Marilyn says:
    My heart goes out to all of you. DJ was so kind and giving. We all loved him very much as we do all of you. God bless you all ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
  8. Michelle/ Fredrick Horton says:
    Our hearts are broken..Doug was a fun loving guy who always made people laugh H e always made everyone feel welcome. I can still see that smile on his that would light up a room,. He will truly be missed by his family. This world lost a great husband/ dad/ family member. ♥️ .
  9. Carolyn Murdock says:
    Nikki I am so truly sorry! Doug, you were very loving and made friends easy. I miss you already! You are at peace and I know you will be watching over your family always! ❤
  10. And you still to that day called me aunt Missy and showed me nothing but kindness respect and love! Nikki, Melissa Rame Chevrier says:
    There are no words to touch on this passing of my DJ!! When he was little we spent so much time together always playing with his cousin Brian when they were little and I babysat DJ. The last time I spoke with Doug was when his mom passed and I was so hoping to see him again as it had been a few years:-). Nike, remember when you first started dating when you were my babysitter LOL And you still to that day called me aunt Missy and showed me nothing but kindness respect and love! Nikki,you’re a strong girl! You were mature beyond your years when I first met you , and there’s no doubt in my mind that DJ will always be with his family! May he rest in peace
  11. Bobbijo Teriele says:
    I went thru school with Doug and he always had some on his face always was willin to help anyone and always had the heart of gold he will b missed ..So sorry nikki and bobbyjo and the rest of ur family sending prayers to you all
  12. Irene m Palamateer says:
    I’ve known Doug since he was a small little guy throught the Duprey’s & Kinch’s. He grew into a wonderful husband and dad and I know he will surely be missed by all of you. So sorry Nikki for what you and the girls are going through, but my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
  13. Steve Lurie says:
    Doug you and Nikki have quickly became close friends and you leaving so soon is a big shock, I’m selfish and wish you were still here with us but I know you are with our Father in Heaven so for that I am happy for you! You will be missed until we can see you again!
  14. Linda Wood says:
    I first met Doug when we worked together at Hacketts. I could tell he was a special young Man with a loving heart for his Wife and Family. He talked about they all the time and how much they meant to him. He had a great sense of humor and worked hard to meet his growing family’s needs. I always looked forward to working with Doug. He was a great guy and will be missed but never forgotten.

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