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Obituary: Brian Jones

Brian Jones
Brian Jones
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April 4, 1982 – July 10, 2023

Brian Alexander Jones, “Jonesy”, passed from this life into the arms of Jesus on Monday, July 10, 2023, at the age of 41.

Brian was born April 4, 1982, in Boulder, Colorado, grew up in Westminster, and graduated from Northglenn High School. He graduated from Denver University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, in Marketing. He moved to Breckenridge where he started, with his friend, John Pallaoro, the popular restaurant Northside Pizza. An accomplished skier, he delighted in teaching his daughters to ski, and loved to ski, hike, bike and camp with family and friends.

Brian’s joyful, kind spirit, generosity, contagious smile and laughter touched everyone he met. He and Northside were strong supporters of the schools, local sporting events and teams, the Summit County Search & Rescue Group, the charity Walk with Me, and any charitable fundraisers in his community.

He is survived by his loving wife of twelve years, Tiffany Weis Jones, his two daughters and the joys of his life, Nevaeh and Somers, his mother and father, John A. and Beverly Day Jones, his brother and best friend, John Jones, Jr, (Shaina), and Tiffany’s parents, Ann Weis Withers and David Weis. Brian loved his nieces, Keziah, Adalee, Selah, and nephews Malachi and Asher Jones. He is preceded in death by a beloved child he and his wife Tiffany never had the opportunity to know, and his grandparents. Brian is forever cherished in our hearts, and we treasure the time God blessed us with him, his joy, love and courage.

A celebration of life will take place on Friday, September 22, 2023 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Frisco Day Lodge, 621 Recreation Way, Frisco, Colorado. Friends and family are invited to attend.

The family kindly requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice.


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