March 1,1945 – May 31, 2022


Betty Jones


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 Betty's Celebration of Life

November 10th, 2022

12:30 PM PST

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Life Story

Betty Jones of Charleston, South Carolina, sadly passed away on May 31, 2022 after a long battle with breast cancer. Betty was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to David and Marilyn Johnson on March 1,1945. After graduating from high school, Betty married her high school sweetheart, Robert Jones. Soon after, they moved to Charleston, South Carolina, where they raised their two sons, Buck and David.


Betty loved to cook and host dinners at her house in Charleston. Betty was known in the area for her double chocolate chip cookies. She is missed by all that knew her.

Betty is survived by her two sons, Buck and David, her sister, Mary, and her grandchildren Sandy, John, and Teddy. She is preceded in death by her parents, David and Marilyn Johnson, and her beloved husband, Robert Jones.

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Donations in Betty's memory may be made to:

American Cancer Society