Mrs. Margaretta Jones
- July 27, 1920 - February 16, 2013
- Annapolis, Maryland
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“Marny was very supportive to me when my mom passed away and told me she could never replace my mom but that if i needed to talk she was there for me...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: Laura Ditta - Arnold, MD
“Trish and Phil,
Our sincere condolences to you and your family. You are in our prays.
Christine and Jay Robertson
2 of 4 | Posted by: Jay and Christine Robertson - MD
“Briefly knowing Mrs. Jones, I pray her family will treasure all the wonderful memories they have for this lovely lady.
3 of 4 | Posted by: Pam Batstone - Annapolis, MD
“Our most heartfelt condolances to Marny's family. We enjoyed having her as our nextdoor neighbor for these past 8 years. She loved her children and...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: John & Karen Englar - Annapolis, MD
Margaretta (Marny) Hosack Jones, 92, an eight-year resident of Annapolis, died peacefully on February 16, 2013, at Ginger Cove Health Center after a brief illness. Born July 27, 1920, in Pittsburgh, she lived most of her life in Niles and Youngstown, Ohio, where she raised four children and was active in many civic causes, including the Youngstown Hospital Women's Board, the Garden Club, and the Ohio Genealogical Society. She attended Connecticut College for Women and was a longtime member of the First Presbyterian Church of Youngstown and the Youngstown Country Club.
She was preceded in death by her husband, William B. Jones. She is survived in Annapolis by daughters Trish Jones (Phil) and Trudy Coker (Charlie) and in Seattle by son Tom Jones (Jane) and daughter Dori Yang (Paul); sister Sally Schaff; six grandchildren, Jenny Immel, Guen Goossen, Lance Jones, Brad Coker, David Coker, and Emily Yang; and six great-grandchildren. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery in Youngstown, and services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Chesapeake Bay Foundation or the First Presbyterian Church of Youngstown.