After a lifetime filled with love, family, and friends, and a hard-fought battle with
cancer, Kathryn (Kathi) Jane Barnes Jones went to be with the Lord on Tuesday,
November 24, 2020.

Kathi is survived by her husband and soulmate, George Davis Jones, her daughter
Jessica Jones Magyar (Ryan), her son Daniel Jones (Taylor), and four grandchildren
that were the joy of her life: Landon, Aubree, Aleana and Mia. She also leaves her
mother, Jane Barnes and two sisters, Sue Barnes (Wendy) and Cindy Dishner.
Kathi was predeceased by her father, P. Sheffield Barnes. Kathi is also survived by
two beloved step-children, Beth Robles and her family and Chris Jones, many
nieces and nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, brothers-in-law, sisters-inlaw and cousins. Family was everything to her.

Kathi was a graduate of Mount Vernon High School where she enjoyed
gymnastics, and she attended James Madison University. She spent 30 years as a
real estate agent with Long and Foster where she developed lifelong friendships.
Kathi met her husband George at the wedding of her college roommate, Susan
Jones (George is her brother). They had an instant connection, a wedding at Big
Meadows, Skyline Drive the following year and would have been married 35 years
this May. Together they have made many memories and enjoyed many activities
together (hiking, camping, biking) and have traveled many places together to
include Nova Scotia (honeymoon), Las Vegas, U.S. Virgin Islands, the Amazon River
and Peru. They have also enjoyed many family vacations in the Outer Banks.
Kathi was dearly loved by her family and will be so greatly missed by all who knew

The celebration of her life will be held at Miller Funeral Home . The family will receive visitors Wednesday, December 09, 2020 from 9:30AM-12:30PM for the viewing and chapel service at Miller Funeral Home, 3200 Golansky Blvd., Woodbridge, VA 22192. Procession to follow and burial service will be held at Quantico National Cemetery at 1PM, 18424 Joplin Rd, Triangle, VA 22172.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic face masks will be required and
we ask that everyone tries to remain 6ft apart.