Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Matthew Jones

This blog is dedicated to Matthew David Jones , of Stalham, Norfolk - who was born on October 18 1984 and who died, aged only 24 years, on April 10 2009.

Nobody could have been more loved or more missed. Matthew (known to many as Jonner and MoJo) died in a car accident, whilst on his way to work at Norwich Airport in the early hours of the morning of Good Friday.

This is a place where we can assemble all the different aspects of his life together in one place and to be grateful for the time we were all together. It will help us all to come to terms with what has happened and your input is very welcome.

Please feel free to share your feelings and sadness over his death with us, through this blog - you can sign the guestbook, write comments or contact me if you would like me to post specific things for you - including and especially if you find that you have any pictures of him or video clips.

This will become a central place for us all to remember a deeply special son, brother, uncle and friend, whom we had hoped to be with for so much longer.

Thank you.

Bryonie Jones, sister to Matthew.


The Eastern Evening News coverage of Matthew's accident is given on the link below.

Family tribute to man killed in crash

Matthew David JonesDevastated family, friends and colleagues of a popular man killed in a horrific smash near Norwich have paid an emotional tribute to him.


Animal Lover said...

Matthew was a lovely, kind and caring uncle. We miss him very deeply and we will always remember him. Life will not be the same without you.
Your niece Jessamy

Francisco Paco said...

From our friend Franciso Paco, Aledo, Spain.

"Nuestro mas sentido pesar por esta gran perdida.Sabed que estamos y rezamos junto con vosotros en estos momentos tan dificiles.Un gran abrazo a todos y muchas fuerzas"

Our deepest sorrow for this enormous loss. Please know that we pray with you in these moments that are so difficult. The greatest hug to all of you and much strength.

Debbie and Philip said...

Jonner you will never be forgotten, we may be crying but then we laugh when we remember the happy times we all had when you came round to ours, played the music to loud or just wnated to show us your new toy of course i mean your car. well goodbye to someone who touched so many people lots of love xx xx Debbie & Philip