Jean Doris “Jeannie” (Fessler) Jones, 84

Jean Doris “Jeannie” (Fessler) Jones, 84, of Pocono Lake, formerly of Collegeville, wife of the late Charles E. Jones Sr., passed away on Sunday, February 27 at her home.

Born in Woodbury, NJ, she was the daughter of the late John and Ruth (Johnson) Fessler.

Jean worked for Prudential Eastern Home Office in Willow Grove for 10 years. She enjoyed going to Anytime Fitness in Limerick, crocheting, reading and doing crossword puzzles. Jean also enjoyed collecting dolls of all types. She loved her grandchildren and spending time with them.

Surviving are children Carol A. Jones-Starr, wife of Tom, Deborah L. Jones, Charles E. Jones Jr., husband of Deborah, Victor W. Jones, husband of JoAnn, and Howard C. Jones, husband of Kelly; sisters Laura Crawford (late T. Webber) and Virginia Teahon (late Wilbur “Will”); grandchildren Brittany Graber, Eric Pertschi, husband of Melissa, Jason Jones, husband of Heather, Jennifer Qawasmy, wife of Moody, Christian Jones, husband of Molly, Charlene Jones West, wife of Joshua, Christine Jones, Michael Jones, Ryan Jones, husband of Mallory, Karalee Jones-Sword, wife of Brendon, and Christopher Sparks, husband of Audrey; 20 great grandchildren with 1 on the way; and numerous nieces and nephews. Along with her husband and parents she is predeceased by her grandson Robert Charles Graber III and her 7 siblings.

A memorial service will be March 19, 11:00AM at Catagnus Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Ltd., 595 W. Main St., Trappe with visitation from 9:30AM to 10:45AM.

We will also be celebrating the life of her late husband Charles E. Jones Sr.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jean’s name to:

Alzheimers Association or  Red Corner Benefit

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Dear Deb and Family my prayers and thoughts are with you at this very sad time. Try to remember all the wonderful times you have to remember. Love Patty and Family

~ Patty Evans
3/4/2022 8:35:13 PM

I never imagined this day would come so soon, I will miss our visits and phone calls. We always had such fun together going to the craft shows and buying stuff, I have a lot of stuffed bears to prove it. So much to say, I will miss you and love you forever. Say hello to Chic for me when you are together again. Rest in peace little sister, until we are together again. Love you, Gin

~ Virginia Teahon Bountiful, UT
3/3/2022 6:11:48 PM

Jeff (and family), I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I will keep you all in prayer as you navigate through this difficult time. Michele

~ Michele Sherel
3/3/2022 4:54:40 PM

Deb and family, We are so very sorry for your loss. Hugs to everyone! Our thoughts are with you. Love Shirley & Andy

~ Shirley Smyth Doylestown, PA
3/3/2022 2:37:27 PM

My deepest condolences to your family,I had the pleasure and honor to meet her and be in her company. She was a kind and gentle soul. I’m sure she will be missed by all. May her soul rest in eternal peace with God ??????

~ Antonella Cartusciello Staten Island, NY
3/3/2022 6:32:46 AM