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Jones, Jamie Randall -

Jamie Randall Jones

Tullahoma - Jamie Randall Jones, age 43, was declared deceased on March 16, 2018 in Fairview, TN.

He is survived by his father, Jerry Randall Jones, Sr. and wife Shirley of Missouri; his daughter, Kristen Jones, Manchester, TN; three brothers, Barry Ferrell of Hillsboro, TN, Stacey Ferrell of California, and Duane Jones of Houston, TX; three sisters, Tammy Ferrell of Manchester, TN; Michelle Garner of Estill Spring, TN; and Jacqueline Bligh of Sullivan, MO; numerous other relatives and friends. Jamie was preceded in death by his mother, Bettie Greenwood of Tullahoma, TN, and his brother, Jerry R. Jones, Jr. of Cuba, MO.

Jamie “Lucky “as he was known to both friends and family, was a former USMC veteran having served as a Scout Sniper during his military service. Jamie enjoyed many activities and spent much of his time riding his Harley Davidson with fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. As an avid hunter, he loved and appreciated the outdoors. He also had an innate ability to make those around him laugh, with a wonderful sense of humor and wit.

He was a graduate of Tullahoma High School. He was talented in many areas, having spent a majority of his career as a truck driver. Jamie was a skilled driver, an avid motorcycle fan with an incredible ability to understand and repair motorcycles.

Jamie will be missed as a father by his Baby Girl, as a Son, a Brother, and by friends and relatives but we know he now suffers no pain. With true peace at last, we only pray you know that you will be missed and forever loved.

Celebration of life for Jamie will be conducted at 2:00 PM on Friday, May 4th, 2018, at Tullahoma Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 1:00pm until the time of service. The family request casual attire because that’s how Jamie would have wanted it.


The Speegle Family says:

(Semper Fi, ) You will be with your brothers and sisters in Heaven. Jamie, was my best friend. I grew up with him, went to the same schools and we went to USMC Boot Camp tougher. Jamie was the brother I never had, part of my family. He loved his Daughter very much. I would come to Tullahoma and we would meet up have fun. We would remember the old days and talk about today and our future. Jamie likes motorcycles, he had awesome ones. Jamie was very talented at every thing he set his mind to. I remember when we played the Atari, went Bolwing, mudding, sneaking out of the house, being free sprint. I remember when I got a digital video recorder and recorded or cook out with my mother. Jamie led a Victorious Life. He always had amazing stories to tell, lived an amazing life. Thank you for being a part of my life and being family. I will miss you. Our family will miss you.

Pam speegle says:

Jimmy and Jamie spent time together they were like brothers and Jamie spent a lot of time at my house he was like a son to me me and his mother were best of friends I will miss him

Cindy Bearden says:

I have known you since high school . We kept in touch when we could , only wish you would have reached out sooner ! I love you and you will be missed !

C. Ford says:

My condolences to the family of Mr Jones. May the peace of God, be with you during this difficult time. ( Isaiah 33:24) Gives us a real hope in that God promises , that one day very soon no resident will say, "I AM SICK".

Scott says:

Lucky you always have been my brother and always will be my forever brother much love and respect
Your brother killswitch

Joy Parker says:

R.I.P. Lucky. <3 ???? -Breezy

Joy says:

The question marks was a 4-leafed clover emoji. Guess it doesn’t work on this site.

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