JONES, Christine Kay (née Jeanes)

Passed away March 4, 2022.

Passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by loving family, on March 4, 2022, aged 61 years.
Much loved wife of Max.  Loving mother of Nikki, Ben, Danni-Sue ‘Chooke’ and Des. Devoted Nanna of Alliah, Meika, Braden, Josh, Morgan, Patricia, Sidnie, Indianna, Harper, Benjii, Sonny, Alexis and Ava.

Now at rest ‘Petals’

Funeral Notice
Chapel of North West Funerals 596-610 Deakin Avenue, MilduraView Map

Family and friends of the late Mrs Christine Jones are respectfully informed that her memorial service will be held at the Chapel of North West Funerals, on Tuesday, March 15, 2022, at 10.30am.
If preferred in lieu of flowers, donations to either the Fred Hollows Foundation or Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation would be appreciated and may be made at the service.  Envelopes provided.

  1. To the best lady and best friend and in law you were simply the best now at peace rip love 2 max Ben Danni sue Nikki and grand children

    Love all ways Gary Leeanne grateful Aunty 2
    Mathew Mark Katie

    Mark jones March 7, 2022
  2. Chris I’ve known you for years a wonderful and loving lady trips at Easter won’t be the same you will be missed RIP thoughts to the Jones family from Bryan and family

    Bryan March 8, 2022
  3. Nan, you are the best thing since sliced bread as you used to live saying to me, I miss you more than you could imagine, we all will miss you dearly. I love you forever and always. ❤️
    Love from Alliah

    Alliah Rayson March 9, 2022
  4. You are not forgotten nor will you ever be! As long as souls and memory last you will live on within your children and your grandchildren.. You will be missed and hearts will be sore. As time goes by they will miss you more… Your loving smile, your gentle face, no one will ever fill your vacant place.. such an amazing woman. i’m so privileged to have met you..

    Sally woulfe March 9, 2022
  5. My dearest Chrissy I never really new what best friend or loyalty meant until I met you 25 + years ago after our Quinton and Ben became friends in prep school.
    At first I saw this bright and bubbly lady who was not afraid to speak up. But over time I got to know the caring, loving and funny Chrissy who worked hard loved her family her children and adored her grandchildren. Adopting many others along her journey calling them sister, children or Grandchildren. You always took on the load of others and at times it was tough but you never gave up and never let those you love give up. You were my inspiration to succeed and pushed me to do so.You taught me to be proud and strong. You helped me change my life. There is no one stand out memory but a million beautiful memories we have shared. There are not enough words in the English language to describe how much you mean to me and the type of person you are. One thing can say is we love you and missing you is so hard. I will look for the black bird my dearest friend. Love Lynne love Chops, Bucket, Quinny and Libless.

    Lynne Rogers March 9, 2022
  6. I never got to say my goodbyes but thank you for being a wonderful aunt to my brothers and I, and a great brother to my dad. May your memory and soul live on forever thanks to your beautiful family!

    Your nephew, Caleb.

    Caleb Jeanes March 10, 2022
  7. hey nan, I’ll miss you dearly and thank god your in peace now. we love you and forever will. it’s hard to turn the page when you know someone won’t be in the next chapter, but the story must go on. It’s not goodbye it’s see ya later. Love you nanna! love Morgan 💗

    Morgan Barnes March 10, 2022
  8. Chrissy, you were the light of every gathering & everybody’s rock!
    I know you were mine. You never judged & always made me feel loved & appreciated. I miss you already & will miss you forever.
    In the arms of the angels you now rest peacefully. Please watch over max & all of your family as they now have a gaping hole which can never be filled. We love you.

    Love Caz & Mac xxx

    Caroline March 10, 2022
  9. I’m so sorry to hear of your passing Chris. It hit me hard to learn that you lost your battle. You were one of the most loving, caring, compassionate and understanding people I’ve ever met in my life. Your love of family and friends was second to none and even in your hardest of times, you still gave of yourself to others. I will never forget our friendship, or the love I have for you and the memories we shared together.
    To Max, Nikki, Ben and Chook, I send you my deepest and sincerest condolences and sympathies. The world has truly lost a very special and irreplaceable human being. The world is less without her in it. Sending lots of love and hugs. I’ll be thinking of you all on Wednesday as you farewell her and lay her to rest. May God’s blessing, peace and grace be upon each each everyone of you 🙏

    Aaron (AJ) March 10, 2022
  10. To a beautiful friend, now flying high an abundance of love, you were never shy.
    Memories I’ll treasure, your love I’ll hold dear, for you my friend have not really left us here.
    Your presence still felt, which at times makes me melt, I shed a tear and smile bright, knowing you are still here.
    Pinching my boobs, followed by a cuddle so tight, I hold you close Chrissy and remember our BBQ nights.
    Fly high my beautiful friend, until we meet again.
    Keep the barbie warm.
    Love you Chrissy
    Our love and condolences to Max, Danni, Ben, Nikki and grand kids, thinking of you all x
    Les, Margie, Jeremy, Carolyne, Damien, Ben, Joel, Leah and Torin

    Marjie Bottams March 13, 2022
  11. Dear Max, I did not know Christine very well , but , I know and have dealt with you in my business over many years , I send my love to you and your loved ones at this very sad time .

    Jane Eastwood March 14, 2022
  12. Chris was a dear friend of 40 years. We will miss her presence. Thinking of Max and the children.
    Lots of love to all.
    Mike Irwin and Noeline XXX

    Mike Irwin March 15, 2022
  13. Kind and gentle thoughts are with all of your family.
    To dear Max. I’m so sorry to hear of your heartbreaking loss.

    Janice Rosenberg Alden March 15, 2022