Curtis Carroll Death, Obituary – Curtis Carroll has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. We are sorry to inform you that Carroll Curtis Jones, who resided in Bedford, Virginia, died away on December 14, 2022. It is with deep regret that we share this news with you. This information is being shared with you despite our profound sorrow at having to do so. Everyone will grieve his passing in their own unique ways.
As a friend and as a part of the family, he was someone who had a very special place in our hearts. We will miss him. It is common for friends and family members of a deceased relative or friend to bring flowers to the funeral or light a candle as a display of their love and care for the memory of the departed individual. This is done in order to honor the person who has passed away. You are cordially asked to express your sympathy to Carroll Curtis Jones’s family and to show your support for them by writing a message in the guestbook that is posted on this memorial page for Carroll Curtis Jones.
You can find the guestbook on this page. This online monument to Carroll Curtis Jones was created in his honor and is intended to serve in that capacity forever. In addition to his son, he is survived by his daughters, Debra Wisecarver and Pamela Lester (Robert); his grandchildren Benjamin Wisecarver (Tara), Anthony Wisecarver, Shawn Fox, Jacob Fox, Alexis Italiano, and Emily Stanton (Andrew); his great-grandchildren Sophie Wisecarver, Chloe Italiano, and Mason Stanton;
And also siblings, Linda Porter (Bill) and Garner Monk (Char Every member of his immediate family had preceded him in death, including his wife Nancy E. Jones, his parents David Jones and Maggie Brewster Jones, his daughter Kimberly Whitworth, and his brother Dallas Monk. The only member of his immediate family to have survived, he was the sole survivor of his family. David Jones III, the patriarch’s sole son, is the lone member of the Jones family to have made it to the present day.