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02/03/1999 - 08/20/2020
Funeral Home San Jose Funeral Home (Eastside)
Christopher Ryan Jones II ended his short, but love-filled life on August 21, 2020. A life-long resident of El Paso, TX, Chris was born February 3, 1999 to parents Adriana and Chris Jones. He was an extremely compassionate, genuine man with a charming personality who never ceased to put those around him at ease. His remarkable willingness to put others before himself will always be remembered. He also loved spending time outdoors, meditation and listening to a wide variety of music.
An avid reader, Chris was wildly intelligent and had an incredible thirst for knowledge. He graduated from Transmountain Early College High School in 2017 and was two semesters away from earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso. He was passionate about using his personal struggle with depression to help others and was planning to earn a Master’s Degree to achieve his dream of being a light for others.
The bond between mother and son is extraordinary; Chris loved his mom’s cooking and truly enjoyed spending time with her. He was her “Miracle Whip” and she will forever carry him in her heart. Chris was a devoted brother to Leah and Joshua, a doting uncle that was fond of spending time with his beloved niece and nephew, Layla and Anakin and a cherished confidant that loved to be around his cousins, Sophia and Austin.
Chris is survived by his mother, Adriana Jones; father Chris Jones I; step-father Mando Alvarez; siblings, Leah and Joshua; grandmothers Celia and Olivia; aunts Ana, Gaby, Yazmin, and Nicole; uncles Justin, Edgar and Javier; niece Layla; nephew Anakin; and cousins Sophia, Austin, Bella, Nehemiah, Brielle and Saleen.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, August 28, 2020 from 5pm – 8pm at San Jose Funeral Home (10950 Pellicano Drive).
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