Lindsay Jones is the second generation to run his family’s business, the Lawrence A. Jones and Sons Funeral Chapels. He’s now president and CEO of the company that was co-founded by his parents, Lawrence A. Jones Sr. and Nettie Jones, whose portraits hang in the chapel at 1800 E. Linwood Blvd.
Lindsay Jones is the second generation to run his family’s business, the Lawrence A. Jones and Sons Funeral Chapels. He’s now president and CEO of the company that was co-founded by his parents, Lawrence A. Jones Sr. and Nettie Jones, whose portraits hang in the chapel at 1800 E. Linwood Blvd. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Lindsay Jones is the second generation to run his family’s business, the Lawrence A. Jones and Sons Funeral Chapels. He’s now president and CEO of the company that was co-founded by his parents, Lawrence A. Jones Sr. and Nettie Jones, whose portraits hang in the chapel at 1800 E. Linwood Blvd. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Carrying on the fading tradition of family-owned funeral homes

March 22, 2015 06:52 PM

UPDATED August 05, 2015 03:03 PM

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