Reginald D. Jones
May 18, 1965 – Jan. 17, 2021
Reginald David Jones, 55, of Baltimore, MD, formerly of Richmond, departed this life on Sunday, January 17, 2021.
He is survived by his devoted mother, Mary Jones; seven brothers; three sisters; many nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
A walk-through visitation will be held from Noon to 5 p.m. Friday, January 29 at Affinity Funeral Service – Richmond Chapel, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294.
A funeral service will be held at 11:30 am Saturday, January 30 at the funeral home chapel. Interment to follow in Roselawn Memory Gardens.
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I miss our Words with Friends games. You didn’t know, but the reason I won more games is because I married a linguist and she beats me at Scrabble regularly. The last games we played, I wish I didn’t try so hard to win.
I can’t think of a single day, a single instance, where our interaction made my day, or even that instant, less pleasant or good. On a bad day, I could count on you putting a smile on my face just without fail. Very rare company. We all will miss you and remember your easy smile and laugh.
These past few days I struggle with the realizations that I will never see or hear from my big brother again in this life but I know that heaven has a purpose for you to be there but it still leaves an empty space in my heart that you use to fill so I will refill it with great times and life lessons you have shared with me over the years so as my heart heal you continue to rejoice in Glory and become our garden angel until we meet again where we will part no more Love you for eternity my brother
Rest in peace dear boy
Can believe I will never talk to you again. I will miss our many discussion, me teaching you how to speak Spanish, sending you all those Spanish songs, going to lunch and just saying good morning. My daughter is heartbroken, she will miss all the treats you used to send her. Hearing you sing you favorited Spanish song said “Yo no se mañana” I don’t know tomorrow was always a treat. Rest in Peace, I will always miss you..
My Big Brother. Words cannot express how much I love you. I couldn’t imagine my life without you, now I have to find a way to go on without you. You was an awesome big brother. You was the best that ever did it. Lol, Sometimes when I was feeling low, you would send an encouraging word, as if you knew I needed it. Even through the miles we maintained the closeness and was determined not to let it separate us. You will forever be in my heart as far as I am concern you will live forever through me. I am truly going to miss you my brother, my best friend. God gave me the best big brother and I thank Him for the time we had. I will cherish the memories. With a heavy heart, I will say, see you later. Mrs. Mary, I will be here for you whenever you need me. Love you always.
Reggie I love you so much. You were always so much more than just my cousin. I always felt so much love around you and I’m going to miss that. Rest Peacefully Reggie, I love you always and forever.
Reggie, you were such a blessing and a ray of sunshine when life dealt out moments of darkness. I came to know you through your mom my BFF but I grew to care deeply for you because of how much you loved and cared for her. I will miss our talks texts and updates. I will be here for your mom always. You will be so missed but we will see you again. Until then Rest In Peace.
There are no words to describe how much we will all miss Reggie. He was the best in connecting with people, truly listening to them, and enjoying the simple joys in life. He could talk to anyone about anything, or find a topic that people wanted to share with him. There was always a comfort in seeing Reggie because you walked aways feeling better. RIP dear friend.
I can’t believe you are not going to be siting beside me at work for 25 years we are together, I used to send you a daily word as a message from our beloved Jesus, but now you are enjoying the Lord Him Self. I lost a friend at work we were exchanging what we see and what is
going around us, I miss you Reggie do not know what is next. But I believe everything’s under God Controls . You know what hold from coming to say Goodbye.