Anna Marie Jones

Oc­to­ber 26, 1935-Oc­to­ber 26, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle - Late Edition (Sunday) - - LIFE TRIBUTES -

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,

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