It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, brother, uncle, and friend Timothy (Tim) Stewart Jones, age 57, of Edmonton, AB.
Tim was diagnosed with cancer on December 25, 2017. Tim’s reaction to the prognosis was a testament to his true nature, as he addressed the illness with positivity and courage. His incredible attitude shone through to everyone who passed through his door, and his room was always full of family and friends who adored him. Tim never complained and continually kept the people around him laughing and smiling. He was a cherished advice-giver who was admired and loved by all.
Tim was born in Melville, SK on March 3, 1960 to Nell (Miller) and Lally Jones. He grew up in a home filled with love, fun, and laughter with his three siblings, Gary (Vivian) Jones of Calgary AB, Sharon (Leo) Parker of Melville SK, and Greg Jones of Ardmore, PA, USA. Tim, the youngest (and tallest!), was the biggest prankster of them all. His witty sense of humor fostered a cheerful environment and will be fondly remembered by all the people who were fortunate to have been in his company. In the words of his nephew, “We always knew we were in for a fun time when Uncle Tim was around.”
Tim’s unwavering commitment and love for his wife Cindy, and daughter, Brittany was steadfast and genuine. This love was extended to his many friends and family. The welcome mat was always on the doorstep where everyone was welcomed with his big bear hug and warm smile.
The family spent many hours in the dog park with their golden retriever and enjoyed lengthy discussions about business, the stock market and other worldly events.
Tim spent over 30 years in the financial industry, of which half were spent with Servus Credit Union. Tim was the first employee of the estate department at Servus and was instrumental in its development to its current state.
The loss of Tim is mourned by his large family, friends and associates at Servus, as well as his former colleagues within the financial industry.
A memorial service will be held at Serenity Funeral Service North Chapel (Ph. 780 477 7500) located at 10129 Princess Elizabeth Ave, Edmonton on Friday, February 2, 2018 at 2:00 PM.
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Diana (Pilon) Hornung
Always remember Tim as a cheerful guy and I am saddened to hear of his passing. Sending sincere sympathy and prayers for comfort and peace.
Dale and Yvonne Parker
Dear Cindy, Brittany and all extended family members, we are deeply saddened to learn of Tim’s passing and extend our heartfelt condolences. Like so many people, we remember his big smile and his friendly personality. May that memory of his perpetual smile be a source of strength for you in the days ahead. And may the memory of his warm nature give you all the same peace that he now has in his heavenly home with our Lord. God Bless you and comfort you. Our sincere sympathies, Dale and Yvonne Parker
Cindy,Brittany and the Jones Family. So sad to hear of Tim’s passing Cherish your memories. God Bless all of you.
Blair & Laurie Frick
My condolence to you Cindy, Brittany, Tim’s family and those closest to Tim. Please open your hurting hearts even more to your Creator, that It will bring extra Light into this dark period.
Randy & Colleen Hack
I always have great childhood memories of living two doors down from the Jones family. Whether it was playing ball in the back alley or playing hockey on the road the times my brothers and I had with Tim will always be with us.
Our condolences to Gary, Sharon, Greg and families.
Orest and Gloria Hutculiak
Our condolences to you Cindy and family. He was quite the comedian and a pleasure to be around.
My sincere condolences to everyone who made up Tim’s family and friends. As I read the tributes it is a fitting comment on his life that he, always maintained the ability to make people laugh. That’s how we will remember him from those long ago days in Melville.
My sincere condolences to Cindy and family. I had the pleasure of working with Tim at HSBC and will always remember his infectious laugh and great sense of humour.
Janine Doblanko (Korpany)
Cindy, Brittany and family, Hope you are comforted to know that so many are grieving with you, and wishing you peace in this very difficult time. God bless you and keep you all.
Ruby & Steve Sutton
We are so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. Our deepest condolences to you, Brittany and family.
Cindy, my deepest sympathy to you and your daughter. Rosemary Burness
Dona Blaney & Moe
Cindy, Brittany & extended family, such a sad loss of a beautiful soul! Love to you all,
Cindy, Brittany & Family, I am so sorry for your loss, although we will be unable to attend the memorial service, I will keep you in my prayers. May God bless you at this time.
Audrey & Tony
Doug Henriette Hague
Cindy and family,
My deepest condolences in the passing of Tim. May he Rest In Peace
Carmen Wilde and Mark Palynchuck
Dear Cindy and Bittany. Our hearts go out to you at this time. May all the good times you shared together help you get through your grief. God bless you!
My husband and I had the honor of meeting Tim when he visited our dear friends Vivian and Gary Jones in Palm Springs. Tim had a wonderful sense of humor and a warm laugh. Knowing Greg and
Sharon also , Tim is from a warm and loving family. May all that love surround his family at this time.
Our thought and prayers are with the Jones family at this time.
Susan and Ken Stringer
My thoughts and condolences are with you Cindy, Brittany and family. I have also have fond memories of his big smile and hearty laugh. In Melville, I remember Tim walking or biking and Drooper never too far away, as well as watching his amazing diving prowess at the swimming pool. May many
more happy memories help get you through the difficult times – he was a wonderful, kind man.
Loreen and Colin MacIsaac and family
Alan & Theresa Abel
We are so sorry for your loss and send our deepest sympathy. May you find comfort and caring in the love of your family and friends who want to help shoulder your pain. Peace be with you.
Colleen & Blair Ulmer
Our condolences to the bereaved Family. We are honored to have known Tim and the many great memories of our school years in Melville and the years following, be it in Saskatoon, Regina or the places in between! No one can prepare oneself for such a loss as it came swiftly upon, but take comfort in knowing that Tim is resting in peace. God rest his soul.
I wish to offer my sincere sympathy to you Cindy, Brittany and family. I am so thankful to have been Tim’s friend throughout his life, especially during our formative growing-up years in Melville. I will forever hold dear the memories of the fun we had. He was a gift.
Cindy, Brittany and Family,
May our condolences bring you comfort and the knowledge that our memories of Tim are treasured. We will not forget his counsel and sense of humour. He was a great friend. He will be missed but, not forgotten.
Cindy and Brittany
It is hard to remember Tim without a kind generous smile on his face! I hope you will let his smile help you to remember all the happy moments he shared with you while he was with you and let that smile guide you through the challenges that lay ahead.
My deepest condolences to all family and friends.
Karin (Richardson) Broda
My deepest sympathy to the Jones family. May the good Lord wrap his love around you and be with you in the days ahead.
Cindy and Family; I’ll always have fond memories of Tim. His quick smile and positive attitude always cheered me up. Everyone who knew Tim will miss him. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Sincerely, Marcus and Cindy Vassos
Ed and Cathy Burgess
I do remember Tim always laughing and cracking a joke. I am sad for the loss of Tim. He was a great person. Our deepest sympathy
Always enjoyed my visits with Tim when he visited family in Melville. My deepest sympathies to Cindy, Brittany and the entire Jones family. May God hold you all tightly in his arms.
… Jim and Linda
Delene Carmen ( Ulmer )
My prayers of comfort are with all of you in this time of sadness.
May all the happy memories strengthen you and give you peace.
I’ll always remember my classmate Tim.
Cindy and family. My sincere condolences. Tim was a dear childhood friend and we shared many moments of laughter. Keep your moments special and may they bring you strength in the coming days and months.
My deepest sympathy is extended to Cindy and Brittany and all of Tim’s family. Take time to celebrate Tim’s life and cherish all your memories. May God Bless you all.
Cindy and family, my deepest sympathy to you all . May your many fond memories get you through these difficult times. God Bless you.