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Bobby L Jones
March 25, 2022
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Of Scott Township and formerly of Montgomery Village, MD; passed away suddenly on Friday, March 25, 2022 just after his 40th birthday. Loving son of Diane Jones, nephew of Darlene ”Gert II” Kearney, Susan Yingling (Andy) and Bill Freeman (Lynn); cherished cousin and best friend of Rachelle Kearney; cousin of Evan Kearney, Jenn (Russ) Large, Laura (Brian) Hirth, Erin (David) Vogt, and Valerie (Tyler) Washington. Bobby was preceded in death by his Pop Pop and Grandma, Jim and Audry Freeman; his Nana and Pops, Dolly and Bud Williams; and his uncle, John Kearney.
Bobby loved to read, write stories, and send texts. He was a happy and compassionate man who saw the good in everything and everybody. Bobby loved his iPad, car racing, unicorns and going to Disney World.
Bobby enjoyed being with his friends and family and, prior to COVID, he led a very active social life. Bobby “Noodles the Clown” was a member of various clown groups and was delighted to be in parades and see his clown friends at meetings and conventions. Bobby loved camping and enjoyed traveling in the motorhome with his mom, aunt, and cousin. He was always just a happy person and a joy to be around.
He will be extremely missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have known him.
Family and friends will be received Tuesday from 4-7 PM at Paul Henney Cremation & Funeral Tributes, 5570 Library Rd., Bethel Park where a funeral service will be held Wednesday, 11 AM.
In memory of Bobby, donations can be made to Autism Speaks at www.autismspeaks.org