Sam Jones Jr.
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Sam Jones Jr., a native of Johnston South Carolina was born on October 18, 1944 to the proud parents of Sam Jones Senior and Lannie Mae Hammond. One of four children, Sam attends Edgefield County School. As a young man Sam worked the farm along with his father and brother Gregory Jones. While tending to his duties on the farm, he also held a position for several years as a fabricator in the production of textiles at Graniteville Mill of South Carolina.
In 1966, Sam and Betty Culbreath welcome their beloved son, Virgil Lee into the world on April 30th. Several years later, Sam made his way to New York City where he acquired a job at Kramer Industries where he remained as a forklift operator for over 40 years until retirement.
On September 11, 1973, Sam and Elizabeth Edwards welcomed their daughter Tanya LaShone into the world.
Sam loved to hit the open road and had a passion for fast cars and motorcycles. One of his favorite past time when not traveling was sinking the eight ball in the corner pocket. But most importantly, he enjoyed spending quality time with family and friends.
Proceeding his transition was his siblings Deloris Robinson and Gregory Jones. He left to cherish his memories sister, Cherry Ann Burton (late Franklin Burton), son, Virgil Lee Culbreath, daughter Tanya Lashone Edwards; Grandchildren: Tevin Deonta, Mariah Sade, Chalayne Nicole (adopted) Great Grandchildren; Royalty Briana, Kaleiya Ivy and a host of Nieces, Nephews, family and Friends