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Gary Ross Jones

August 10, 1950 - October 28, 2020

JONES, Gary Ross, 70, of Chesapeake, Va passed peacefully surrounded by family on October 28, 2020.

Gary was born in Norfolk, Va and grew up in Virginia Beach. After graduating from Princess Anne High School, he proudly graduated from The College of William and Mary. Gary began work as an auditor for United Virginia Bank. He continued his career as a loan officer with Bank of Virginia Beach, Dominion Bank, First Union, BB&T, then Truist. Throughout the years, Gary entertained himself and others on the golf courses between Cypress Point and the Links at Pebble Beach. He enjoyed his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, which he rode on numerous adventures alongside his brothers. Whether it was skiing, boating, ping pong, playing pool, or traveling, entertaining and photographing family was important to Gary.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Mabelle and Royce Jones of Norfolk, Va, and his nephew, Kevin BeVille of Vinton, Va. He is survived by his wife, Debbie Lewis Jones; daughters Sandra Jones (Joanna) and Maegan Jones; son Alan Jones (Nicole); Patricia Jones; two brothers Bryan Jones (Caroline) and Royce Jones (Donna); two sisters Carol BeVille (Don) and Caryn Fresco (Scott); one granddaughter Emma; three grandsons Liam, Caleb, and Elliott; ten nieces and nephews; and two stepsons Connor and Matthew Hubbard.

Per the family’s request, the funeral will be private due to COVID. The service will be live-streamed by Altmeyer Funeral Home at 1:00 PM on Monday, Nov 2. Please click HERE to watch the live stream at the date and time listed. In lieu of flowers, please donate in Gary’s name to the American Cancer Society, the United Way of Hampton Roads/Coronavirus Response, or the College of William  and Mary.

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