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Louise Jones

April 28, 1944 ~ November 10, 2018 (age 74)

Louise Jones was born in Bluffton, SC to the late Besty Mae Jones and Bruce Fields, where she was surrounded by many family members that loved and supported her throughout the years. As the years progressed she moved to New Jersey with relatives where she stayed for a short period of time. Due to unfortunate circumstances Louise decided to move out of their house and moved in with friends. Her relatives realized Louise was struggling and decided to bring Louise back to South Carolina where she once again surrounded herself with her loved ones.  During her return home, she gave birth to two girls, Cynthia and Mary. She celebrated their lives with her loved ones. Louise was married to Neddie Bush and she gave birth to Gregory and Jessie Mae.  Louise always felt the need to move back north as she did in 1970 with Neddie Bush.  
Louise ran into another unfortunate time and found herself a single mom raising three teenage kids on her own.  She was employed with Best Coat Company, Boston, MA working long endless hours to support her kids as they found their way through life. While working at Best Coat Company, she made wonderful friends through that journey in life.
In 1977, during the time she worked at Best Coat Company Louise found the love of her life Joseph Milord. During their years together, they gave birth to their first child, Trisha. Both Louise and Joseph were employed by Benjamin Rehabilitation Center in Boston, MA and both retired and made many close friends along the way.
She was a loving and caring mother and grandmother in her past time she enjoyed traveling and a listening variety of music to include, Step In The Name Of Love by R. Kelly. May she continue to step in the name of love.  
Louise leaves to cherished her unforgettable memories: her children, Cynthia Jones, Mary (Ed) Wellens, Jessie Mae Jones, Gregory Jones, Lonnie Jones, Trisha Milord and Derrick Edwards; siblings, her brother, James (Ethel) Jones, Gladys Jones, Mary Jones and Shirley Johnson; grandchildren, Taaliyah Jones, Josiah Jones, Christina Sorrell, Akeyla Edwards, Kamani Edwards, Ameri Edwards, Keimah Edwards, Travis Wilson, Greg Jones Jr, Tony Blakes, Shayla Blake and Kai Blake; great grandchildren, Janiyah Sorrell-Bryant, James Wesley Williams, lll, Darrell Blake, Jeremiah Warren and Hope Warren; extended family, Gerald Milord, Luckner Milord, Constant Milord, Edrice Milord, Marie Milord, Noelani and Justin Milord, Dejo and Destine Milord; along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 
  As you may have noticed from the list of our family tree the family has grown with many grand kids and great grandkids.  The struggles may still be there in some form but the true story of our dear mother, grandmother, great grandmother is she persevered and inspired us all to be better human beings if we own the struggles and believe they don’t last forever.  God Bless You!

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