Isaac A. “Jonzey” Jones, lifetime resident of Menominee, MI died unexpectedly due to medical complications, on October 12, 2019 at the age of 26 while on the road truck driving in Bakersfield, California.
Isaac was born in Marinette, WI on March 1, 1993 to Naomi Jones and Bill Lynch. He was a class of 2012 Menominee High School graduate where he was a wrestling state quarter finalist and football state semifinalist, Jonzey #74. He wrestled for Menominee Wrestling 12 years and assisted coaching the youth in the area. He played French horn in the band and sang in the Emmanuel Lutheran church choir. He served 6 years in 12N Michigan National Guard. He was currently employed by McDermid Trucking, Oconto Falls, WI.
Isaac was a devoted companion to his Pitbull, Vader. He enjoyed cruising the countryside on his Honda Shadow. His hobbies included attending motorcycle races, shooting pool, camping, hunting and fishing with his friends and family. Isaac was an avid reader and a spiritual man, confirmed from Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Menominee, MI and will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.
Isaac is survived by his parents; Naomi (nae Schultz) and Jeremy Jones, father Bill Lynch; his siblings, Greyson Jones, Christina and Brandon Lynch; his grandmothers, Barbara Schultz, Sue Jones, Leann Schultz, Sue Lynch; his grandfather, Michael Lynch; his aunts, Danielle (Scott Hannan) Bell, Rebecca (Mitch) Schultz, Deborah Arbogast, Debbie (Rob) Swenty, Chrissy Lynch; uncles, David Schultz, Mitchell (Chelsie) Schultz and many beloved cousins.
He is predeceased by his grandfathers, Allen (Butch) Schultz and Richard Jones; Uncle Michael Lynch Jr.
Visitation with the urn present will be held after 10am Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 2901 13th St, Menominee, MI 49858 until the time of service. Funeral services will be held 1pm Saturday at the church with the Rev. Mark Laatsch officiating.
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, a memorial fund will be established for the local Wounded Warrior Program.