, Muskogee, OK


July 11, 2014

W.R. "Buck" Jones


Buck was born July 16th 1934. He went to heaven Thursday, July 10th. Buck was the only child of Bill and Irene Jones of Douglas, WY. He graduated from the University of Denver in 1956 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Admin. and retired as Sears store manager in Muskogee, OK after a 35 year career. After retirement he worked at Royal Sign and Graphic as CFO for over 20 years.

He is survived by his wife Joan, two children Scott Jones and wife Charlyne of California, Darcy Kent and husband Bill of Muskogee, two grandsons, Kyle Kent of Ft. Worth TX and Paul Kent and wife Allison of Cordell, OK.

He supported the Jimmy V. Foundation and donated his remains to OSU Medical Center.

Respecting his wishes there will be no service. Friends may visit the home from 2-4, Sunday, July 13th.

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