Sheila Kay Jones
Sheila Kay Jones of Wynnewood passed away October 15, 2019 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 49 years.
Sheila Kay Jones was born June 28, 1970 in Marlow, Oklahoma to Susie M. (Amos) Jones and Melvin Lee Dorman.
Sheila was raised in the Bray community and attended school there until the third grade; then, in 1978, for about a year she and her family moved to Calvin where she also attended school. Later she and her family moved to Wynnewood and has made her home there since she was very young.
She was preceded in death by her father, Melvin Lee Dorman; husband, J.B. Jones; grandmother, Rosie York; grandfather, Andrew Amos; and stepbrother, Christopher Jones.
Her surviving family include her mother, Susie M. Jones of Wynnewood; her children - Jason Jones and wife Mattie, and Modine Jones, all of Wynnewood; three grandchildren - Ryan Jones, Emma Jones and Hunter Fuller; her spouse, Wade L. Lemons of Wynnewood; brothers - Jerry Dorman and wife Tobbie, Jr. Dorman, all of Wynnewood, and Randy Dorman of Stratford; step brothers - Chad Jones of Mills Creek, Jonathan Jones of Wynnewood, and John Jones Jr. of McAlester; sister, Felisha Sirtola and husband Levi of Wynnewood; and step sister, Jennifer Jones of McAlester.
Pallbearers will be Levi Sirtola, Chad Jones, Jr. Dorman, Randy Dorman, Jerry Dorman, and Dean Jones. Honorary bears will be Bobby Hernandez, Skeeter Dorman, Jackson Claborn, and Brian Godwin.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 2 p.m. at Trinity Baptist Church, officiated by Pastor Neil Barlow and Rev. Henry Rush Jr.
Interment will be at Oaklawn Cemetery under the direction of Stufflebean-Coffey Funeral Home. We invite you to send a message of condolence and view the family's guestbook at www.stufflebeanfuneralhome.com.
Published on October 18, 2019

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