Jackie “Jack” Stoner

Jackie “Jack” Stoner

Jackie Stoner Lexington Carolina Cremation Lexington

Jackie “Jack” Stoner, 66, of Lexington, released his earthly body on Sunday, February 4th, 2018, when he went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Jack loved studying the Bible and sharing what God revealed to him with other brothers and sisters in Christ.

He was married to the love of his life, Brenda, for almost 50 years and they were blessed with two daughters, Dana (Mike) Melton and Stacie (Randy) Pigg. Jack also cared for a sister, Tina (Michael) Fritts, and a brother, Jody (Ann) Bowman. Jack loved to spend time with family and their 10 grandchildren as well as his aunts, uncles, cousins and in-laws.

Jack was an Elder at The Church at Lexington for 35 years and is thankful to the body of believers for their love and support. Jack’s teachings and knowledge will be missed.

A Celebration of Life will be held for Jack at a later date. Please continue to pray for his wife and family.

In lieu of flowers or food, please make a donation to the Amedisys Hospice Foundation, 2929 Cross Ln. Ste. E. Burlington, NC 27215, or a Christ led mission of your choice.

Carolina Cremation is assisting the Stoner family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.


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  1. Sid Badgett says:

    Brenda:
    So sorry to hear of Jackies passing. We had some great times together at PPG. He will be sorely missed.
    Sid

  2. Vickie Everhart says:

    Brenda I am so sorry to hear you have lost your true love. We both know he is happy in heaven but it still hurts to lose your life partner. Your faith, family and friends will help you through this time in your life. I’m sending my love and prayers to you and your family.

    Love Vickie

  3. Sandra Vaughn says:

    Brenda I’m so sorry to hear about Jack. You both have always held a special place in my heart. I know you have a strong faith and God will be there to hold you up. Please know that I’m thinking of you and your family.