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Tyronsa Farley

September 6, 1979 ~ November 25, 2020 (age 41)

Obituary

Tyronsa Farley-Jones was born on September 6, 1979, to Aubrey Gandy and the late Brenda Farley of Chicago, Illinois. Tyronsa was the youngest of three children.

 

In 1980, Tyronsa’s father and mother moved to Florida when she was a baby. She went to Central Elementary, Dean John Middle, and Osceola High. That’s when her health began to fail. She had to stop public school and do home school, where she got her G.E.D., and went on to Everett College, where she got her degree in Massage Therapy and Nursing Assistance.

 

She loved to help everybody, even people she did not know. That’s how big her heart was. Tyronsa then met the love of her life, Moses Jones, and they got married.

 

After a lengthy illness, she departed this life on Wednesday, November 25, 2020, at Geraldine, BITAS Quality IPU Nurse Winter Garden, Florida.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Easter and Henry Farley and Ishmeal and Annie Mae Gandy, her mother, Brenda, and brother, John Farley.

 

She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Moses Jones; stepdaughter, Azwanitue Jones of Kissimmee, FL; father, Aubrey Gandy of Chicago, IL; goddaughter, Anajha Wilcox; sister, Remona (Donald) of Boston, MA, and Shakeila Wilcox; nieces, Tikia Price, Miracle Smith, and Sarai Farley; nephews, Shalel McConnico and Davi Smith, both of Boston, MA; special cousins, Vandoris (Reginald) Morris and Rosazena McIntyre; uncles, Ishmeal Gandy and Derrick Farley; aunts, Evalee Dougals (Sim), Gladys Means, Joyce Hoges, Nadine Max, and Mozelle Means; sisters-in-law, Lucille Simmons, Bobbie Jean (Arron) Dolphus, and Anna Mae Brown; brothers-in-law, Willie Benjamin and Tommy (Amanda) Jones; Lucille Gaskin, Willie Jones, Bobbie Jones, and Anna Mae Jones; and a host of other family, and sorrowing friends.

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