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Conrad Jones

Conrad Jones

Tuesday, August 2nd, 1949 Sunday, June 23rd, 2019

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Obituary for Conrad Paul Jones

Conrad Paul Jones, 69, of Westminster, passed away on June 26, 2019 at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson, Maryland


Conrad was born in Baltimore, Maryland to Paul Jones and Anna Heffernan Jones on August 2, 1949. He worked as a Service Manager for several car dealerships for most of his career. He was also a Baltimore City Police Officer. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War and served in the United States Army where he was awarded the Purple Heart medal.


Conrad is survived by his daughters Melissa and Staci and their spouses David and Chad, his son Christopher, his sisters Shirley and Nancy and his grandchildren Jessa, Grace, Elias and Caleb.


In lieu of flowers, donations to Gilchrist Hospice would be appreciated.

The family of Conrad wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the Gilchrist Hospice Staff, the entire Wantz and Zepp families and his niece Roxanne Gehne. Your love and support will never be forgotten.

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Becky Campbell

Paul was a great man. I first started working for Paul at Henry Gay Oldsmobile and worked for him also at Darcar Mitsubishi then at Antwerpen Hyundai. He was a wonderful friend, he taught me a lot about being a responsible person.
He is truly missed.
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Becky Campbell

My deepest sympathy!
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Brandi Zepp

My heart is truly broken. Paul was a wonderful man, brother in law, and friend.
My prayers are with all that are mourning his loss.
Brandi Zepp
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Joe Keating

It has been an honor to have been with Connie for over 50 years. As teenagers we were able to share experiences working together for a contractor with the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company and then hanging together after work. Enlistment into the Army during the Vietnam War, Marriage, and working in different vocations kept us involved in our young families. But we stayed in contact and our friendship is and was strong. Barbara and I miss Conrad very much. We spent a lifetime together as friends and it's hard to accept that he is gone. Connie was the finest and best friend one could ever hope to have.
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Nancy L Clark

I have some wonderful memories of my brother but one of the best was when he was between the ages of five and eight he loved to climb into a big basket in front of my bicycle and I would take him for rides around our neighborhood almost everyday after school. He really looked forward to it and I loved every moment
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