Joe Jones

Joe Jones Obituary

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Age - 51

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September 11, 2023

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Hugo, OK

Joe Bryon Jones, 51 was born on January 31, 1972 in Hugo, Oklahoma, the son of David Jones and Sue Johnson Jones. Joe Bryon was a lifelong resident of Boswell, Oklahoma. He loved the ranch life, working cattle and horses, but his passion was fighting bulls. Joe Bryon was one of the toughest men that was ever known. He had a huge heart and if he loved you, you knew it. Joe Bryon loved to hunt and fish but he especially loved to team rope. He was an IFYR Champion and the UPRA Bull Fighter of the Year. His passing has left a huge void in the lives of all that knew and loved him. Joe is survived by his spouse, Jesy; parents, David and Sue Jones; son, Luke Jones; daughter, Hannah Arnold; brother, Robert "Robbie" Jones; aunts and uncles; Bob and Sis Caldwell, Bob and Margie Johnson and Larry and Pat South; nieces, Bailee and Hailee Jones; nephews, Colten and Blaine Jones along with a host of cousins, friends, family and loved ones.

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