Wade Jones • December 9, 2021

Wade Jones, 65 of Pensacola, Florida, passed away on December 9, 2021. He was born on July 21, 1956 in Orlando, Florida to Ollie and Ozzie Jones.

Wade loved many things in life, but most importantly the Lord, his family (including his dogs and cat), his Harley, and the Crimson Tide.
Wade hated the sand, but loved his barbeques.

He would strike up a conversation with anyone he met, whether they wanted to or not. Anyone that knew Wade knew he was a saved man. Wade would pray with anybody.
He loved his family. You couldn’t talk to him for 10 minutes without hearing about how his wife, kids, and grandkids were doing. If you met him you would know of his absolute underlying devotion to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Ivan Jones and Donny Jones; and sisters, Linda Gail Jones, Ann Purvis, Mary Ann and Betty Sue-Rex.

Survivors include his wife, Julie Rivers; his children, Jessica Noctor (Patrick), Spencer Jones (Brittany), Whitney Marler (Brad), and Zackery Rivers (Ciera); brothers, Ricky Jones and Robert Jones; sister, Vickie Powers; grandchildren, Kaitlyn Hocutt, Zyler Rivers, Liam Noctor, Ryleigh Marler, Linkon Jones, Owen Noctor, Ledger Marler and Emery Jones; multiple nieces, nephews and extended family.

A visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Saturday, December 18, 2021 from 12pm until the service begins at 1pm.

The service will be available via live webcast for anyone that cannot attend. You may watch the webcast live and/or for 90 days after day of service by entering this website address into one of the compatible browsers (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on a Windows computer/phone or Safari on an Apple Mac/iPhone):


The password for viewing this webcast has been set to: 21303
If you have any questions, please contact Pensacola Memorial Gardens at 850-944-0355.

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