Kennith Jones

Obituary of Kennith Todd Jones

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Kennith Todd Jones. After fighting a valiant battle with leukemia, he passed away on March 19th. He was only 42. He was a beloved brother, devoted family man, Steelers fan, fisherman, and a cherished friend, who left us too soon. Kenny's warmth, his unwavering kindness, and the joy he brought to life will be dearly missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him. Born on November 14, 1981, in Covington, Ky, Kenny was known for his kind heart, and the warmth he extended to everyone around him. An avid fisherman, he found peace and solace by the water, embracing the quiet moments life offered. His love for fishing, matched by his passion for collecting Hot Wheels, showcased his love for the simple pleasures in life. Above all, Kenny was a friend in the truest sense of the word. His loyalty, empathy, and unwavering support made him a cornerstone in the lives of those he held dear. His presence, a comfort to all. Kenny is survived by his loving family and a wide circle of friends who feel his loss deeply. He leaves behind a legacy of love, friendship, and the countless lives he touched with his kindness and compassion. Preceded in death by, Charles Fred Hess, Larry Beamon, Lisa Tidwell Survived by, his son, Christopher Hayden, fiance, Amanda Smith (Kinsley and Kylee), his mother, Joanie Hess and grandmother, Margie Hampton, his brothers, Michael (Tish) Jones, Steve (Jessica) Jones, Scott Hess, Mikey Hess, Larry Beamon, Jr., Travis (Crista) Beamon, his sisters, Angie (Keith) Hemphill, Mickey Beamon. A visitation will be held on Saturday, March 23rd, 2024, from Noon to 2PM at Thomas-Justin Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd. (45236) Kenwood. The family deeply appreciates the outpouring of love and support during this time. While flowers are welcome, please know that your thoughts, prayers, and presence are equally appreciated. Though we mourn the loss of such a beautiful soul, we will cherish the memories of Kenny, his boundless love for his family, and the simple pleasures that brought him joy. Rest in peace, beloved brother. Your legacy of warmth and kindness will never be forgotten.


12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Saturday, March 23, 2024
Thomas-Justin Memorial
7500 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
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