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Wyatte J. Jones


Wyatte J. Jones, age 54 of Hilliard, FL passed away suddenly on Wednesday, August 14, 2019.

He was born in Mobile, Alabama to the Billie Ruth Boyce Jones and the late Wyatte Jackson Jones.

Coming to Hilliard from Ocala in 2015 he had worked as a truck driver for most of his adult life. He was a �one of a kind� guy who will always be remembered as an amazing Dad.

Even as a busy truck driver, he was always a family-oriented man who dearly loved his children and his grandchildren. While his love of BBQ, NASCAR, and Alabama Football was widely known (Roll Tide!), the love he had for his family and his friends was paramount. From his funny jokes, to his simple acts of caring, his larger than life personality always came through and blessed those around him.

In addition to his father, he was predeceased by his beloved wife, Mary Susan (Greene) Jones just two years ago.

He leaves behind his children, Mike (Alanna) Jones of Dunnellon, Florida, Jennifer (Chris Morrison) Jones of Hilliard, Florida, Jeffery (Kelsi Tremain) Jones of Hilliard, Florida; sister Jackie (Rick) Starten of Kingston, Tennessee; his mother, Billie Ruth Jones of Kingston, Tennessee; Belinda Michelle (Nathan) Gee, mother to his beloved grandchildren, William Smith Harvey, Nevaeh Michelle Jones, Emma Loralie Jones; and cherished granddaughter, Skyler �Ed� Snyder.

Services will be held at a later date.


JULIE MORRISON August 19, 2019
Very sorry for lost the whole family is on my prayers he was a great man may he fly high to the golden gates of Paradise and rest in peace

KATHY PEAVY August 19, 2019
I am so sorry to here of Wyatt�s passing. Having been married to my first loyal best friend in this life and adoring step father to her children he had my utmost respect and love. My heart aches for those children and grandchildren for their loss when they are and will still grieve over Susan. Believing our last breath on this earth means our next is in the Lords presence makes it all welcoming and beautiful to me. God Bless all of you .

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