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Frances Edna Jones

Born: 1/28/1922, Tremonton, Utah
Death: 7/21/2013, Moab, Utah
Viewing: 07/27/2013, 10:30 to 12:45, , Moab 400 North Chapel
Service: 07/27/2013 1:00 pm, Moab 400 North Chapel
Interment: 07/27/2013 2:30 pm, , Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery

Frances Edna Smith Jones, long time resident of Moab and proprietor of the Beauti Terrace, passed away on Sunday July 21st at her home in Moab, Utah. Frances was born in Tremonton, Utah on the 28th of January 1922 to John Cameron and Polly Lucinda Fredrickson Smith. Frances was married on December 10th 1941 in Malad, Idaho to Wallace C. “Curly” Jones.

During the Uranium Boom, Frances and her family moved to Moab. Frances was an active member of the LDS Church where she served in many callings. She loved being Primary President and later the Relief Society President. She was a Visiting Teacher for a majority of her adult life. She was long known as a hair stylist to many residents of Moab until she retired at 85. Frances will always be remembered for her love and kindness. She made sure to be there for anyone who needed a helping hand.

She was preceded in death by her husband, her siblings Eleda Vee, Junior, and Polly, her daughter Jeanine, and four grandchildren.She is survived by her daughters, Camylla (Fred) Butler of Garland, Utah, Valerie Jones of Salt Lake City, Utah, Jenifer (John) Graham of Moab, Utah, Melodie Jones of Albuquerque, New Mexico, 21 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchildren.

Services will be held Saturday, July 27th at 1:00 pm in the LDS Church on 475 W 400 N, Moab, Utah. There will be a viewing at the church prior to the services from 10:30am to 12:30pm that day. She will be buried at the Sunset Cemetery.


9/23/2013 - To the "Jones" girls. I am sorry to learn about your mom's death. I visited Ruth,our aunt, this weekend and she felt like something was wrong, that France's phone had been disconnected, so I went searching on the internet. She mailed a card inquiring from whom ever is getting her mail so you will be hearing from her. I certainly remember what a great visit it was when all of you came to Kennett. So many of the family have gone on since that visit. Again, sincere sympathy in the loss of your mom. Pat Tippen - Pat Tippen

7/25/2013 - You don't need me to tell you how wonderful a person she was and a friend to all. She taught me many things I still use today. She was my visiting teacher for many years. I will always remember the many times we visited at the Shop she worked and owned. I remember all the other shops she had. We shared many things we liked. From our love of animals to dolls. The world was a better place because she was here. And will be remember for all the good she did. She will always have a piece of my heart. Daphen - Daphen

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