Stephanie Jones Obituary, Stephanie Jones Has Died

Stephanie Jones Obituary, Death – As we convey the news of the death of our dear sister Stephanie Lament Jones, we would like to express our heartfelt sympathies to you all. Many individuals in our community may have had the opportunity to speak with Stephanie through our Creating Connections program. She faced numerous hardships over the previous year, but she was able to keep her positive view thanks to the encouragement and support of many people in our community.

The Cervivor community will keep Stephanie’s children and family in their thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. We are sorry for the difficulties they are experiencing. Stephanie Lament Jones, better known as “Queen Bee” to her intimate circle of friends, died on Monday, April 17, 2023, in Seneca, South Carolina, at the age of 36. On March 20, 1987, she was born in Greenville, South Carolina. Her parents were Joseph Martin Lament and Melodie Lynn Lament, and she was the granddaughter of Don and Linda Lament, as well as Melvin, Pearl, and Ginger FerrisNewell. Those who knew her adored her.

Stephanie attended Seneca High School, where she participated in track and field, music (as a violinist), and French. Jennifer Rowland has been her best friend and “Sis” since they were in elementary school. Thumbs Up Mission and FAVOR Upstate volunteer Stephanie was an inspiration to many people during her time as a survivor of two consecutive bouts of cervical cancer. She previously competed with a women’s roller derby team associated with the U.R.G.E. Stephanie will be remembered by those who knew her as vibrant, full of life, solidly rooted in her faith, and dearly loved by many.

Stephanie is survived by her children, Skylar Jones, Pierce Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Brentley Jones, and Timothy Jones, as well as her sister, Tiffany Minuci, cousin Sammy Jo Mize, uncle and aunt Randy, and Debbie Mize, and many other loved friends and family members. A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2023, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the house where she spent her childhood, situated at 429 Gallo Way in Seneca, South Carolina. Visitors who arrive by car can park in the lot to the left of the church and then walk along Gallo Way until they reach the end of the road. In lieu of floral tributes, donations to cancer research or the Thumbs Up Mission are being requested by the family.