Marsha Jones Obituary, Death – Marsha Jones, who had most recently resided in Altus, Oklahoma, passed away on Friday at the Integris Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City. She had previously been a resident of Hollis. When she passed away, her children and grandchildren were all there to comfort her and be with her. Marsha Graves was born on December 11 in Hollis, Oklahoma, to her parents, O.D. “Slab” Graves and Connie Graves. Her grandfather was O.D. Graves, and her great-grandmother was Connie Graves. In the past, she was a part of the Antioch Baptist Church; however, she has since moved her membership to the First Baptist Church in Hollis.
Marsha attended Arnett High School for her secondary education and then continued on to complete her training at a cosmetology school after she graduated. Marsha’s profession as a hairdresser in Hollis produced a lot of financial success over the course of several years. In the years that followed, she got back into the workforce by establishing her own clothing manufacturing business. Marsha served as the proprietor and operator of Dawn’s Fashions in both Hollis and Altus for the better part of twenty years, during which time she owned the businesses.
In addition to her enthusiasm for the fashion and apparel industry, Marsha delighted in volunteering her time in the local community. It was in this setting that she had built a sizable number of connections that would endure for the rest of her life. The greatest happiness that she had ever felt in her life came from being able to spend time with her offspring, including her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Marsha outlived both of her parents, who both went away before she did.
She is survived by her son, David Daren Jones and wife, Kristi, of Vinson; her daughter, Dawn Michelle Cargal and husband, Jud, of Blair; two grandchildren, Hunter Cargal and wife, Taylor, of Blair, and McKenna Block and husband, Braden, of Roosevelt; two great grandchildren, Dawson Cargal and Hallie Block, and another who will be born soon, Darci Cargal; her brother, Perry Graves and wife, Roberta, of Blair; and many other niece