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Inez Jones

February 4, 1932 ~ January 19, 2018 (age 85)
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Inez H. Jones was welcomed into her eternal home on Friday, January 19, 2018. Born February 4, 1932 to Tims and Essie Mae Heller of Flint, MI, she was the youngest of eight children. Inez is survived by her daughter, Carolyn Inez, her sister, Mazel Ramey, and a wonderful host of loving nieces, nephews, dear friends and spiritual children and grandchildren.

Depending upon the person asked, Inez was often described as “strong, fiery and determined,” or “wise, godly and loving,” or “a powerful prayer intercessor.” However, she was, perhaps, best described as follows: “Inez fearlessly endeavored to obey God rather than man, regardless of the circumstances.”  This caused her to earn the reputation of serving her God, her family and her community with high energy, intensity, integrity and conviction. 

Some of Inez’ many accomplishments included: West Shore Christian Fellowship Trustee Board Chairman; Michigan Women’s Commission Honoree for leadership in state, business, education, government and community service; Chairwoman of the Muskegon Heights Michigan Education Assessment Program Task Force; Muskegon County Museum Trustee; Legislative Committee Chair of the Muskegon County Black Women’s Political Caucus; Secretary of the Muskegon County Republican Executive Committee; Co- Founder of the Muskegon Church Contact Community Impact Regional Network; and three time candidate for Michigan’s 92nd District state House seat. Shortly after moving to central Ohio, Inez was elected to serve on the Chippewill Condominium Unit Owners Association Board of Directors where she held a number of positions, including Board President for 10 years.

Inez’ legacy lives on through:

Her autobiography, They Call Me Blessed! Available on Amazon/Kindle at http://tinyurl.com/INEZ-Jones
The two-part dramatization of her life story on the international broadcast, Unshackled at https://unshackled.org/listen/browse-all-programs/?q=inez+jones&years=2017&lang=&order=date-desc

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc.  For over 30 years, Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc. (a division of Lighthouse Christian Services, Inc.) has provided children, youth, adults, couples and families with professional, biblically based, mental health services. Donations can be made by clicking on this link: https://www.givedirect.org/donate/?cid=13590, or by mailing checks to PO Box 248447, Columbus, OH 43224. To learn more about the ministry of Lighthouse, visit www.lighthousepathway.org.

 

Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc.

For over 30 years, Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc. (a division of Lighthouse Christian Services, Inc.) has provided children, youth, adults, couples and families with professional mental health services. Lighthouse combines biblical principles with clinical methods to help provide a pathway out of darkness and bring hope to troubled lives.

Although most Lighthouse clients are from the Central Ohio area, many travel from cities as far away as Dayton to take advantage of the ministry’s quality services. Each year, lives are transformed as people overcome challenges related to mental, emotional, relational or spiritual health. Please use the links above to learn more about supporting Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc.


Donations may be made to:

Lighthouse Counseling Services, Inc.
PO Box 248447, Columbus OH 43224
Web: http://www.lighthousepathway.org


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