Courtney Kristie Jones
Courtney Kristie Jones, nicknamed
Nee Nee, Court, Court-n-Spark, or CJO by her nieces, nephews and people she
loved, was born on Oct. 14, 1992, in Anchorage, Alaska, to mother, Tracy
Timmerman Jones and father, Herman William Jones.
Courtney passed away on March 5,
She attended school at Bayshore
Elementary, Mears Middle School, Dimond and Save High Schools in Anchorage. She
continued her education at Pima Medical Institute in Arizona, where she received
a Medical Assistant Certificate. Nee Nee enjoyed her nieces and nephews from the
time she was 12 years old and was a significant influence in their lives by
spending time babysitting and spoiling them rotten. Courtney was a Christian and
attended Change Point Church for 10 years.
She appreciated the atmosphere and
the time she got to spend with her mom and her father figure, Jerome. Tracy and
her daughter shared a connection to each other unlike any. They, along with
Jerome and her brothers, enjoyed spending time together, their destination
vacations and many other shared interests.
Courtney is survived by her
maternal grandmother, June Timmerman; mother, Tracy Timmerman Jones; father
figure, Jerome Ledahl; aunts, Valerie Elliott and Leslie Nerland (Rick); uncle,
Clark Timmerman (Heather); brothers, Warren Bailey (Christine), Nicholas Bailey
(Hannah) and Justin William Jones (fiance Ivy Cerdena); sister-in-law, Elizabeth
Krasnansky; cousins, Drew Nerland (Elizabeth), Evan Nerland (fiance Denise
Bostedt), Bannon Elliott, Mason Elliott (Courtney), Shauna Roth (Josh) and Troy
Timmerman; nieces, Sirena Bailey and Amira Bailey; nephews, Kyler Bailey and
Carter Bailey; best friend, Kelsey Hall; and boyfriend, Robbie Ginn. Her father,
Herman William Jones; grandfather, Charles Timmerman; and uncle, Scott Timmerman
preceded her in death.
A service will be held on
Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 5:30 p.m., at Change Point Church in the Kenai Room
on the second floor, at 6689 Change Point Drive in Anchorage. Arrangements were
by Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel.
Source: Alaska Dispatch News,
11 March 2015