Jean Marie Jones

 

Jean Marie (Blazon) Jones, 74, of Dunstable, died Sunday, December 10, 2017 at home surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife to Raymond Jones for over 57 years.
Born in Lowell MA, she was the daughter of the late Leon and Kathleen Blazon. She was a graduate of Lowell High School, going on to attend Northeastern University. Jean was a long-time realtor with Dewolfe New England and obtained her Massachusetts Contractors license, specializing in new construction. Upon retirement she owned and operated Mountain View Gifts in North Conway NH.
Jean loved buying and selling real estate, raising horses, boating at Lake Winnipesaukee, traveling and spending winters at their home in Zephyrhills Florida, where she made many special friends over the last 16 years. Jean was very much loved by those who knew her and her beautiful spirit will not be forgotten.
Besides her husband, Jean was the devoted mother of four children: Scott Jones and his wife Aurora, of Nashua NH, Steven Jones and his wife Dawn, of Mason NH, Sandra Fitzgerald and her husband, Sean of Centerville, MA and Sharon Paradis and her husband, Thomas of Dunstable, MA; eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Jean was survived by her siblings, Kathleen Cochran of Mesa AZ and Donald Blazon of Salem NH and sister to the late Robert Blazon of Dracut MA.
No visiting hours. A memorial service will be held at a later date with a private burial in Central Cemetery, Dunstable. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to a charity of one’s choice. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com

  1. Lori Patenaude says:

    To Ray and Family.
    My deepest, deepest sympathy to all of you for your loss. Such a beautiful lady, she will be missed by all! Prayers for strength to get through this time of sadness ,lots of hugs and love . XO

    Lori Patenaude

  2. Anthony Chianca says:

    To RAY and the entire Jones Family we are sorry for your loss and Sending are condolences to you and your family during this difficult time.

    Chianca Family

  3. Jim and Barbara gagnon says:

    We met Jean thru my husband Jean was Jims sisters neighbor across the street. We had a lot of laughs whenever we would be lucky to get together with Jean and Ray. She had such a great way of making you comfortable. May Ray have peace just think of all the fun times they shared together. I’m sure her friend has the door open just waiting for Jean the good lord will make sure Patsy and Jean have lots of time to catch up. God bless Jean once again we have lost a great person.

  4. Marilyn & Dutch Whitney says:

    Ray and family, we are so sorry for the loss of Jean. She was a classy lady and we are glad to have gotten to know her. We first met Ray and Jean in January, 2009, when we bought our park model next door to them at Majestic Oaks in Zephyrhills. We hit it off right away and became good friends. We did a lot of things together, had a few cocktails, and spent a few late nights solving the problems of the world. We really enjoyed our time together. Jean was the “hostess with the mostess” and always made sure you had something to eat and/or drink. Even after we left the park, we continued to get together a few times a season. Jean was so proud of her family and told the best stories of their accomplishments. Ray, we know you two also had a special relationship. She would do anything for you. She was loved by a lot of people, including us. She will be missed.

  5. Roula Johnstone says:

    Sending condolences to you and your family during this difficult and tragic time. May you find comfort in the memories and love you all shared togther. So sorry for your loss. Praying you recieve comfort and peace. Love you , Roula Johnstone

  6. william Lawson says:

    I first met Jean in 1957. Her future husband, Ray and I hung out together along with his brother Billy. One day we when to pickup Jean’s brother Bob at his home in Centerville. When we arrived, Jean’s mother asked us to drop Jean off at Kearney Sq in Lowell. Jean was about 13 or 14 years old at the time. I remember Ray’s exact words, “Get in the car kid” How romantic, but it was all up hill from there. Eventually Ray & Jean got married & had four wonderful children & I met a girl from Chelmsford, Ma & we got married in 1959 & also had four wonderful children. During the sixties the four of us got together & did things but drifted apart due to work & family commitments. In the nineties after Ray retired from the police force & I retired from the State Police & the kids were all grown up, we renewed our friendship again. We all loved camping so the four of us would take our campers & head off in the summer & fall months to Maine, Canada, Niagara Falls & we would visit them in Conway, NH when they had the Gift Shop. In the winter we would get together at their place in Zephyrhills, Fl & they would visit us in Davenport, Fl. Because my wife & I were both Cast Members at Disney the four of us would go to the Theme Parks courtesy of Mickey. I am so glad that I took a lot of movies & pictures. It was so much fun to look back & remember the good times. My wife & I remember how much we would enjoy sitting around listening to Jean’s wonderful stories she would tell. She would have made a great late night talk show host. I use to kid her that she reminded me of the Matinee Lady on the Johnny Carson show. We will miss her so very much and pray that someday we will all be together again someday in Heaven, but we are also very thankful that we had all these years to enjoy each other company while we had the chance to. Miss Jean, you’ll always be in our hearts, thoughts and prayers forever.

  7. Susan (Schwartz) Robson says:

    To the entire Jones Family I’m sorry for your loss. Mrs. Jones has always been an amazing person. So full of life and energy. I had so much fun growing up with all of you. She always made everyone feel so welcome. May she rest in peace and know she will be forever missed.

  8. Marc & Cheryl Gosselin says:

    Dear Ray, Sandy and family,

    So sorry for your loss, your Mom was very special , I remember many Sunday mornings as a young patrolman having a coffee and solving the worlds problems when she would open up the real estate office in Litchfield Plaza, she could always make you see the bright side of life! If everyone she touch in her lifetime wrote just one memory you would fill volumes. We will keep you and your family in out thoughts and prayers as you go through this sorrowful time. Love to you all.

  9. Newt Akashian says:

    To the Jones family my sincere sympathy on your loss, I felt honored to have over the years to have done her hair, She was always so proud of Her children and her Husband Ray. Jean will be in my prayers and I hope the many great memories will help you through this very difficult time!

    • Sandy jones says:

      Newt, we have newspaper clippings from your hair competition’s and always looked absolutely beautiful. My mother loved visiting and having her hair done by you. Thank you for the kind words.

    • Sandy jones says:

      Newt, we have newspaper clippings from ypur haur competition’s and always looked beautiful. My mother loved visiting and having her hair done by you. Thank you for the kind words.

  10. Mike and Pauline Patenaude says:

    my Best friend for 55 years when she introduced me to her new friends she was so Proud to say this is my best friend for more than 50 years – I first met her when ray and jean moved in on Nancy ave in Dracut and we stayed friends all these years we had our indifferences sometimes we cried together laughed together had so many fun filled years totally enjoying each others company when we went camping together it was never long enough could not wait to get up and begin a new day together so much to talk about all the time all 4 of us got along it was great having jean as my friend for so many years we have been ( truly blessed ) their family was my family and our family was there family
    jean will be in our hearts for ever and forever missed

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