Jeri Lynn Jones, 64, of Greenfield, Ohio died Sunday, August 21, 2022, at 6:08 p.m. shortly after arrival at the Adena Greenfield Medical Center.

Jeri Lynn was born May 17, 1958, in Washington Court House, Ohio to Roger Lynn and Doris Lou Brown Hays.

She received an associate’s degree from Southern State Community College and was a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Jeri Lynn had been a pediatric nurse for Home Health Care in Highland County; had worked at Court House Manor and had also worked with the Fayette County Emergency Medical Services.

She loved flowers, gardening, being at the beach, and spending time caring for her pool, which she kept in immaculate condition.  She especially loved her family and spending time with her grandchildren.

She was preceded her in death by her parents and a brother.

Jeri Lynn is survived by her husband, Louis Jones; three children, Megan Barrett and her husband, Brock, of Grove City, Amber Dawdes and her spouse of Greenfield and Chris DaRif of Sabina; a bonus-daughter, Eddie McLees of Grove City; two grandchildren, Jaxon and Maddox; her best friend, Cathy Keaton of New Martinsburg; Louis’ children, Kristine Jones of Burbank, CA, Jessica (Jess) Cordery of Waynesville, OH, Monica (Mark) Davis of Beavercreek, OH and Adam (Kristen) Jones of Centerville, OH; grandchildren, Grace, Mason, Emma, Austin, Elsie, Madison, Mia and Bradley and a brother, Anthony Hays of Bainbridge.

In keeping with her wishes, cremation will take place.

A memorial service will be held Sunday, August 28, 2022, at 3 p.m. at the Kirkpatrick Funeral Home in Washington Court House.

Friends may call at the funeral home one hour prior to the service on Sunday.

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  • Jerry Eilerman says:

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  • Patty Jones. says:

    Jeri, Jeri, the world is just not a better place without you in it. Thanks to Jeri who taught me and mentored me as a new graduate nurse. I was so scared to care for patients as a new graduate nurse, Jeri made it look so easy and simple. Jeri had a very soft voice and bedside manner I had never experienced. Her relationship with her patients was very personal and her patients knew they were in loving care and care to help them. Jeri was so funny too, after our shift we would sit and laugh so hard we were crying. It could have been because we were so tired but laugh we did! Jeri was a single mom doing double shifts to meet the needs for her 3 children. I remember, I had no idea how hard it was for her. Jeri never complained about anything even her health. I introduced her to my brother Lou and wanted my friend Jeri to meet a nice guy. Well, the rest is history. Their love for each other withstood the test of time. And happy they were.