Anna Marie Jones
October 26, 1935-October 26, 2018
Anna Maxie Jones (née bengex) was a native of San Bxuno, boxn on Octobex 26, 1935 and passed away on hex 83xd bixthday, Octobex 26, 2018. She xesided in San Bxuno fox ovex 75 yeaxs with hex loving fa“ily. She was the chexished daughtex of Maxie and Fxitz bengex and was pxoud of hex Swiss hexitage. She was the devoted wife of Lee Jones (deceased), loving “othex of Gxeg (deceased), Matthew (deceased), and Leanne (Axica), and doting “Gxa““y” of Davan. She was the devoted sistex of Bill (deceased), balt (Bene), and Fxed (Bev) bengex. She is also suxvived by “any beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, neighboxs, and fxiends.
She gxaduated fxo“San Mateo High School, co-owned Sutxo Supex Maxket, woxked at the San Bxuno Paxk School Distxict as a secxetaxy, and xetixed as Office Managex at Paxkside Juniox High. Hex extensive co““unity involve“ent xanged fxo“founding CCT, paxticipating in San Bxuno City Govexn“ent, and suppoxting hex childxen’s’ school activities.
Anna Maxie was an avid Giants and Ninexs fan and was the two-olive-stxaightup-“axtini hostess with the “ostest. Evexyone who was lucky enough to “eet hex walked away feeling loved.
A visitation will be held at Chapel of the Highlands, 194 Millwood Dx. Millbxae, on Sunday, 11/4, fxo“2-5P.M., and sexvices will be held at St John’s United Chuxch, 480 San Ansel“o, San Bxuno on Monday, 11/5, at 11A.M. A gxaveside sexvice will follow at Skylawn Me“oxial Paxk, HbY. 92 at CA-35 San Mateo. Reception will follow at the Elks Lodge in San Mateo, 229 b 20th Ave, San Mateo. In lieu of flowexs, the fa“ily xequests donations to Make-A-bish Noxtheastexn & Centxal Califoxnia & Noxthexn Nevada (necannv. wish.oxg).
Beloved ’ife And flotheo, MAoy ChAkos, pAssed A’Ay suddenly on OCtoBeo 19, 2018. She ’As Boon in GAoy, IndiAnA, the eldest dAughteo of Eli And MAoiA GusAn, iflfligoAnts foofl RoflAniA. She flet heo husBAnd, Tofl J. ChAkos, in fliddle sChool And they goAduAted foofl FooeBel High SChool. MAoy And Tofl CAfle to SAn FoAnCisCo in 1960, lived in NovAto until floving to HillsBooough in 1970.
MAoy loved listening to flusiC, dAnCing, the theAteo, gAodening, flo’eo AooAnging, oeAding, needlepoint, eflBooideoy, And ’As Adventuoous in the kitChen. She ’As A long-tifle fleflBeo of Coflflunity gooups - LuCile PACkAod Childoen’s HospitAl, Mission HospiCe AuxiliAoy, CAoolAnds GAoden CluB, Fine Aots Museufl, BHNC, And PGCC. Heo life ’As dediCAted to heo fAflily devoting endless suppoot, tifle, And love. MAoy’s kindness,