Lynwood (Lyn) Jones

August 22, 1939 – November 5, 2021

It is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that we share the passing of Lynwood Jones, a loving husband, father, papa, brother, uncle and friend. Lyn passed away on November 5th 2021 with his family by his side at the age of 82.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Mary, daughters, Jenny (Andrew, Ethan, Dylan and Brendan), Amy (Moses, Emma and Charlie) and Katy (Graeme, Marina and Roxy), sisters Ruth and Anne and brothers Mike and Steve. Lyn was predeceased by his parents Peter and Amy Jones and brothers Bryan and Chris.

Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held at the Shoal Centre in Sidney, BC on Sunday, December 5, 2021 at 2:00 pm.

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  1. My amazing dad will be so missed. He was the wisest, kindest, funniest. Love you, daddy-o.

  2. Sandra Leverton Jones

    We are so saddened to hear of Lyn’s passing. He was such a wonderful man and a treasured family member. Mike already misses Lyn’s phone calls and their chats about family and politics. We are holding you all in our thoughts during this difficult time. Hold on to all those memories and may they bring you comfort now and in the future. Love, Mike, Sandra & family

  3. Family gatherings just won’t be the same without his positive, caring energy. He will be remembered fondly and missed by all who were lucky enough to share time with him. love and hugs to all.

  4. Lyn was a lifelong friend of mine who I miss tremendously already. We went to school together, played hockey together and worked at the same company after high school.
    We went into business together & I remember people saying when you go into business with a friend your friendship will end. In our case it just strengthened our relationship.
    I talked to Lyn almost every day & played bridge online several times a week.
    I remember asking Lyn about living after his stroke & he replied that the decision was his, he could be mad & irritable or make the best of it & be happy. He chose the latter. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention how lucky he was to have a wife like Mary. She gave her Lynnie the best care and attention way beyond what would be expected of a devoted wife.
    When I recall my talks with Lyn, the attention always went to how proud he was & how much pleasure he received from his grandkids.
    Rest In Peace my treasured friend.
    Bob

    • Linda and Ralph Hembruff

      This is a lovely tribute to your dear friend, Lyn. His daughter, Katy, is married to our son Graeme and we have wonderful memories of family times shared with Lyn and Mary.

  5. Natalie Robinson (nee Smith)

    Dear Amy and family, my condolences on the passing of your dear Dad. He had so much patience with a house full of girls! I have fond memories of him being a kind, witty and caring towards all of you whenever I was over at your house as a teen. Much love and hugs.

  6. Dear Mary and family, we offer our deepest sympathy to each of you. We know the love of your family and friends will help you through this difficult time.
    Susan and Gerald Andre

  7. Sorry to hear of Lyn’s passing, We worked together at Union Gas Co in
    Chatham
    My condolences to all the family

  8. Mary Joyce Rossignol

    Dear Mary and family-please accept our sincere sympathy.Lyn was a great guy with a great sense of humour.I know he will certainly be missed.You have a lot of beautiful memories.Take care dear friend.Love from Mary-Joyce and Aldeo.

  9. Christine Seaville

    Mary, I have thought of you both over the years and was sad to read to-day that Lynn has died. I can’t think how saddened you all must be, but especially you, the most devoted wife I’ve ever known. You were so lucky to have had each other – Lynn’s smile was so heart warming and I enjoyed coming to your home. We met through bridge, which morphed into Scrabble – and then nothing, and I’ve missed you both. You and your girls are in my thoughts….. Christine Seaville

  10. Dear Aunt Mary, Jenny, Amy, Katy, and family, I’m sorry to hear of Lyn’s passing, my sincere condolences for your loss. It was great to spend time and chat with Lyn while I was living in Victoria, always cheerful and welcoming.
    You all are in my thoughts and I hope you see you again on the Island soon.
    Kind regards, Kyle

  11. Dear Mary and girls and family. We are all so sad to hear about Lyn’s passing. He was a wonderful man and we the Ruessink family have so many great memories of him and growing up with his girls. He will be deeply missed. God Bless you in the days ahead! Please keep in touch. I’m writing on behalf of my parents. Dad is doing well for his age. Mom has dementia now and needs a lot of care but she remembers you well as one of her favourite families! Please keep in touch! My email is evelynroffel@gmail.com. Would love to hear from you Mary and girls!

  12. I’m so sorry for the loss of such a loving husband, father and grandfather. We are thinking of you all and sending you love and light during this time.

  13. To Mary, the girls and rest of family: So sorry with the loss of Lyn. He and you , have left us with such great memories I still tell stories about the morning I met you in the Mary Street Apartments, the burning up of the corvette, the stopping of the elevator mid floor the eve of your wedding, the ‘going broke future’ between roller rinks but before bingo halls, and many more. Our thoughts are with you. Rod&Ruth Reid

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