Jones, Leroy Decourcey

Jones, Leroy Decourcey
26 Feb
2018

Leroy Decourcey Jones, age 68, affectionately known as “Courcey”, of Love and Care Nursing Home and formerly of 2C Green Hill Close, Silver Hill, Christ Church and Thornbury Hill, Christ Church, - former employee of the Barbados Tourism Authority - former member of the Silver Hill and Hill Side Domino Clubs, Beloved-Husband of Jacinth “Pat” Jones née Nickie, Father of Vanessa Jones – Langdon of Urban Development Commission, Richard Jones of Caribbean Policy Development Centre and Rondell Jones of Ericsson Barbados Limited and formerly of Cable and Wireless, Grandfather of Aidan Langdon of Wills Primary School, Brother of Gwendolyn Legall, Merleen Legall and Kenneth Duguid both of the U.K., Lorna Jones, Livingston “Gabby” Jones, Lewin Jones of the U.S.A., Roslyn Hintzen, the late Conrad Duguid of the U.K., and the late Haskell Williams, Uncle of Grace Jones, Shirley Jones, Kenneth Jones, Suzan Reeves of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Paul Duguid, Ian and Coleen Legall, Simone Clarke, Chad Hintzen, Asha Hintzen and many others, Great-Uncle of Shavon Crawford and many others, Nephew of James Lynch, Father-in-law of Anderson Langdon of the Barbados Family Planning, Brother-in-law of Shirley, Eileen, Lloyd, Ena, Eunice and Ivalene, Relative of the Chase and Inniss families, Friend of many.

The funeral of Leroy Decourcey Jones leave Paramount Funeral Home Upper Hindsbury Road, St. Michael on Wednesday 31st January, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. for St. David Anglican Church, St. David, Christ Church, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10:00 a.m. for the Service of Praise and Thanksgiving, followed by the Interment.

The Organist and members of the Church Choir are asked to attend.

Flowers may be sent to Paramount Funeral Home no later than 8:45 a.m. on Wednesday 31st January, 2018.

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