Tyler Jones Obituary, Death – Tyler Burton Jones “Tybo,” who was 25 years old and lived in Winona, Mississippi, passed away on Sunday, November 27, 2022. He was laid to rest in the Winona Cemetery. The location of Panama City, where Tyler spent his entire childhood and attended Rutherford High School, was also the location of his graduation. After that, in 2018, he completed his studies at the Haney Technical Center and received his diploma.
After working for McLeod’s glass for a number of years, he decided to move to Mississippi in order to advance his career as a diesel mechanic. This decision resulted in him quitting his job at McLeod’s glass. The great outdoors, specifically fishing, was one of Tyler’s absolute favorite things to do. Pranking other people and seeing the joy on their faces brought him more satisfaction than anything else in the world. He was a jokester. Because Tyler loved with everything he had, the legacy he will leave behind is one that is full of joy and happiness. He will be greatly missed.
His maternal grandparents, Earl Burton Jones, Jr. and Shirley Jones, as well as his paternal uncle, Earl Burton Jones, III, all passed away before he was born. His paternal great-grandfather was also named Earl Burton Jones. His memory will live on in the hearts of his biological mother Amy Jones, his stepbrother Austin Johnson and his family, his great-aunt Sybil Miller, his aunts and uncles Shawna and Robert Hatcher, Emily and Ron Hagberg, and Kendall and Thomas Mask, his cousins Beverly Jones, Hannah Miller, Sarah Hatcher, and Trevor and Kyle Mask, his nephew Bowen Smith, his best friend Lance McNeil, and a host of other friends and very special people are left to cherish his memory. A multitude of people will always remember him as well.
A memorial service to celebrate the life of the person who passed away will be held at the Parker Community Building on the afternoon of Sunday, December 11, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. to pay tribute to the decedent. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Take a Kid Fishing, Inc. (takffl.com) during the Celebration of Life, and we will also be collecting fishing poles and equipment to donate to the Anchorage Children’s Home.