Sister Jones taught our family history class, when it came to the computer
demonstrations I was her computer guy... I would run the software as she
demonstrated the the new familysearch website. I came to love Sister Jones and
Brother Jones... I will miss her deeply. To Brother Jones... My prayers and
thoughts are with you.
My husband and I are serving here in San Antonio as well. We knew the Joneses
but not well. We'd been invited to their ranch but hadn't ventured out there yet
-- now we wish we had. We were impressed with their happy smiles and the good
things we heard about them. Elder Jones, we wish you well -- and we hope you'll
be granted the opportunity to complete your mission with your sweet Ann in some
far distant place . . . some day. Sincerely, Elder and Sister Petersen
I didn't know anyone in this family, but I am very sorry for their loss. It is
extremely difficult to lose those whom you are the closest to. I appreciate her
and her husband's service to the Lord. Having served a mission with my husband
several years ago, I know the joy that it brings to our lives. I hope that the
family can find peace in this event, looking to the future when they will see
their loved ones again.
I'm grateful for the blessing of having served with Sister Jones in a calling
prior to her mission, and have such love and respect for her. Her gentle, kind
and loving companionship has lifted many hearts and brightened many days. She
will be missed. May God's comfort ease the sorrows of her husband and family
In reading this article, I never got the impression that anyone felt that God
started the fire to bring Sister Jones "home". But rather, that in
spite of the accident, the Lord's purposes would yet be fulfilled, if not in one
way, than in another way.We learned recently when my younger sister
passed away after a thirteen year battle with cancer, that the only time death
is a real tragedy is when anyone in the process turns from the Lord. We don't
wish death upon anyone, we don't simply dismiss it at a "higher
calling". But we do know that it is just another step in the eternal
progression that we must all climb at some point. Loved ones are always missed
- whether they have journeyed to the far side of the world or the other side of
Some comments should be left unsaid. I can't imagine the pain and anguish of
one left behind. I can't imagine that some of the comments would be said in
person. Believer, Non-believer. I'm hoping that you wouldn't say this to a
friend of yours that you disagreed with, let alone in person. Seriously, death,
is our constant unknown. No one knows when their time is up. Some experience
it much earlier than we expected. This appears to be the case in this
circumstance. May those searching for peace, find it, and may those mourning,
find true comfort and solace during this time.
God be with you 'til we meet again.
We ar saddened at the loss of of Sister Jones. Our hearts and prayers go out to
Brother Jones and family. From fellow Taylorsville North Stake members we love
and pray for you.
Always sad when someone dies in this manner. Condolences to her husband and
I love her smile in this photo. She looks like a wonderful person. Condolences
to her family and friends.
My heart goes out to the Baker and Jones families- and also all those faithful
Saints who serve in the Texas San Antonio Mission. Our testimonies of the living
gospel may make such tragedies easier to bear- but never easy. And my sincere
thanks to you, Ann. What more could you do than lay down your own life?
Sad story, I hope the family will be comforted at this time.
I'm sure she has been welcomed home.
Losing a loved one unexpectedly is a shock. Our family experienced this in
February of this year when my oldest daughter, who lived in a state in the east,
passed away unexpectedly. How grateful I am for the gospel of Jesus Christ,for
His great Atonement, and for the hope of the resurrection.My deepest
condolences to Elder Jones and his family. May our loving Heavenly Father wrap
you in the arms of His love and whisper peace to your souls.
When my husband was dying, he told his nephew who was going on a mission, that
they were both preparing to go on missions, but my husbands was a permanent one.
Teaching others in the spirit world is a great calling and if that is what the
Lord wanted from Sister Jones, then it is not our place to doubt that it was a
greater calling. I am sure that is what is bringing comfort and peace to this
family, to know that she is still serving. When a family and community go
through a tragedy, they do not need to read negative comments or sarcastic
replies to someone else comments. People are entitled to believe and express
what they feel and believe, we as adults should respond in a polite way, we
don't have to agree, but we can be nice. I feel for this family for the tragic
death of this sister and hope that they will feel comfort and peace and know
that she is in a very good place.
My deepest condolences to your family. . . The Gospel is true and Sister Anne
will be blessed for valiantly serving the Lord.
Suggesting she was "called to a greater work" would be speculative,
all right.However, a sweet lady who has dedicated her life to doing
the Lord's work has to have a nice spot reserved for her, Up Yonder.May the Good Lord bless her survivors, and hold Elder Jones in the hollow of
His hand. (Figuratively speaking, for those who would scorn such a suggestion.)
Anne was an incredible woman. Even though I met her only a few times, she was
one to leave a lasting impression. She was a good friend to all who knew her.
She will be missed by her friends and family.
"called to a greater work?"No, it was a tragic fire.
Please don't imply that god started a fire to "call her home".My condolences to the loved ones.