Patricia Ann (Lewis) Jones


Patricia Ann (Lewis) Jones was born March 26, 1943 in Seattle, Washington.  She passed away due to complications related to kidney failure on July 5, 2019.

Her parents were Elmo and Ann Lewis (owner and operator of Elmo’s Drug store in Columbia City).

Patricia grew up in Seattle and attended Holy Names Academy.  She enjoyed ballet, working at her father’s Drug Store, and music.

She met and married Ted Jones 1965. She soon began her life as a devoted mother raising 4 children. Patricia and Ted opted to raise their children on Whidbey Island and moved there in 1973.   In 1978, Patricia became a single mother raising 4 children.

Her devotion and love for her children and grandchildren were her focus and legacy. Her unconditional love and support will be missed.

Patricia Ann is survived by her  brother, Robert Lewis, daughter, Jessica Jones, and sons Eric (Jennifer) Jones, Michael (Jennifer) Pearson and, Timothy Jones.  She is also survived by 5 adored grandchildren, Justin Jones, Ashley Jones, Brennen Pearson, Nolan Pearson, and Nathan Pearson.

A private funeral will be held July 22.  Funeral arrangements entrusted to Barton Family Funeral home and Patricia will be laid to rest at Calvary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation

5 Responses to “Patricia Ann (Lewis) Jones”

  • Bob Lewis says:

    Hi Jessica,
    Thank you for all of your help in getting this all set up. I will have a few words to say at the Funeral

  • Bob Lewis says:

    HI Jessica,
    Thanks for setting up. I will be saying a few words at the Funeral!

  • Jessica Jones says:

    Mom………my first memory of you was of security of true love…All my life that is all I’ve known of you on earth. I love you with all my heart and miss you immensely.

  • Timothy Jones says:

    Thank you for everything Mom, miss you already. Love you

  • Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary says:

    On behalf of all our Sisters, especially those who taught at Holy Names Academy, Seattle, may we offer prayerful sympathy to Patricia’s family and friends. May her new way of living in God’s Presence bring great peace and joy to her, and may you experience Patricia’s nearness often.

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