Kelley Ann Jones
Fund Type: Family SupportQuakertown, PA
Fundraiser ends on February 27, 2022
In the days to come, Kelley's family will face challenging financial obligations. They would like to give Kelley the memorial service that she deserves, to honor her, and say their final goodbyes.
Any donation is greatly appreciated, but if you are unable to donate, please consider sharing this with your friends and family.
Kelley Ann Jones, age 40, of Quakertown, PA, entered eternal life on January 19, 2022, at Suburban Community Hospital in Norristown, PA.
Kelley's life would seem too short to many, but those of us who knew her were touched by her and understand that her existence and the imprint she left on our hearts exceed the quantity of time that she stayed here.
Kelley was born on December 21, 1981, to Stephen Haarstick and Carol Ducellier Haarstick in Oakland, CA, soon after her family relocated to Quakertown, PA.
Kelley leaves behind her husband, Brian Jones; two children, Breanna Jones of Quakertown, PA and Brian Jones Jr. of Perkasie, PA; granddaughter, Sophia Wenhold of Quakertown, PA; mother, Carol Ducellier Haarstick of Quakertown, PA; father, Stephen Haarstick and stepmother, Karen Haarstick of Suquamish, WA; brother, Aaron Haarstick of Lansdale, PA; sister, Makenzie Haarstick-Lewellyn and brothe-in-law, Jeffrey Lewellyn of Midwest City, OK; niece and nephews, Stephen C Lewellyn, Izabella Lewellyn, and Aaron Haarstick Jr. as well as many loving friends. Kelley is preceded in death by her grandmother, Elizabeth Pearl Ducellier of Quakertown, PA.
Kelley also leaves behind her beloved fur baby (beagle/bulldog), Charlie. Kelley had battled breast cancer and pulled through like a Champ! Kelley went through chemo and radiation treatments as well as a double mastectomy all the while her baby, Charlie, stayed by her side and truly helped her through all the tough days and times. He will for sure miss her presence.
Kelley graduated from Lansdale School of Business in 2002 where she studied Computer Programming and Applications.
Kelley’s biggest pride and joy was her children and her granddaughter. She loved them so much and naturally, bragged about her granddaughter daily. Kelley had such a caring heart and loved hard. She showed it every time she was in your presence. Kelley had such a wonderful friendship circle and made a ton of great memories. Her friends loved her as much as she loved them.
Kelley always enjoyed a night out dancing, singing, and surrounded by those who loved her. She thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her neighborhood family as well as the extended friend/family base she made over the years.
Kelley will be forever missed but never forgotten.
Arrangements are by Naugle Funeral & Cremation Service of Quakertown. Condolences may be shared at www.nauglefcs.com
This fundraiser has been created in partnership with
Naugle Funeral Home and Cremation Service
135 West Pumping Station Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
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So sorry for your loss. She was a huge part of the old Quakertown family and seems like grew up to be an amazing person. My thought and Prayers are with you all🙏🙏Read more