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Buster I. Jones

05/14/1926 - 09/03/2019

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Buster I. Jones, 93, of Salt Lake City, Utah, passed away, Tuesday, September 3, 2019, at Mount Olympus Rehabilitation Center surrounded by close family.

A celebration of life service will be at 10:00 AM, Wednesday, September 11 at Utah Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park, Camp Williams, 17111 South 1700 West, Bluffdale, Utah 84065. Friends and family are welcome to attend the life celebration.

Buster served in the U.S. military in WWII and the Korean war. He was a Worshipful Master Mason of Freemasonry, Bountiful Utah Temple, El Kalah Shrine member and gave his time and support to many philanthropic organizations in his lifetime.

Meeting Buster, you would be greeted with a warm smile and heartfelt handshake. He was always interested in a good conversation and the kind of person who would give you the shirt off his back. He was one of the greatest of his generation.

He entertained western movies, an avid reader, and most of all, he appreciated being outside enjoying the beauty of nature. His pastimes and hobbies were gardening and growing the most beautiful dahlia flowers.

Buster is survived by his son Allen Jones and daughter, Sarinda L. Jones; grandchildren, Allen Jr. Jones, Farrah Jones Johnson, Ryan Jones, and Mason Jones Rashaw. Five brothers; Aralda Jones; Vincent Jones; Dale Charles Jones; Gene Lane Jones; Lynn Jones. Two sisters; Beverly Jones Paul; Laraine Jones Holman.

Buster was preceded in death by his parents Laurence Isaiah Jones and Essie E. Harris; son Kenneth Lee Jones. Three brothers; Joseph Lawrence Jones; Robert Jones; Deloy Jones. One sister; (Neta) Juanita Jones Tallant.

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  • Sincere sympathy and kind thoughts are with you at this time. Buster will be missed so very much. His smile While waiting for the mail, has always been heart warming. May your family be blessed at this time.

    — Ruth McClees
  • I am sorry to hear of the loss of Uncle Bus. I guess I thought this tough guy would live forever. I know both mom and I are truly saddened by his loss from our world and send our love to the family.

    — Carol Clark

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