Karen Gwyn Jones

October 20, 1961 - November 6, 2022
Karen Gwyn Jones

Karen Gwyn Jones, 61 Passed away, Sunday, November 6, 2022.
A Native of Henderson County, Karen was the daughter of Jack M. and Maggie A. Scott.
She was preceded in death by her “Pop” Jack M. Scott Sr., her husband Mike Jones, three brothers Joey, Eddie, and Jack Scott, and a grandson Jordan Jones.
Karen was a Graduate of Hendersonville High School And from Blue Ridge Community College. She was a member of Shaws Creek Church.
Karen always Gave without Remembering and always Received without Forgetting.
Her Survivors include one son Michael Jones of Charlotte, NC, two daughters Bridget Drake and Stacie Whitmore both of Hendersonville NC, six sisters Jackie Camp (Scott) of Hendersonville NC, Susie Yancey (Bob) of New Mexico, Dale Hyder (Chris) of Hendersonville NC, Pearline Holbert of Hendersonville NC, Barbara Perez of Norfolk VA, and Sherry Cotton (Brian) of Hendersonville NC, five brothers David Sanders, George Scott both of Hendersonville NC, John Scott (Christine) of Greenville SC, Buster Scott of Anderson SC, and Butch Scott of Aurora CO.
She also is survived by six grandchildren Carrie Whitmore, Alisha Whitmore, Madison Whitmore, Justice Whitmore, Aaron Drake, and Hayli Drake, five great-grandchildren VanessaPonton, Logan Stancevick, Madalynna Payton, Na’keem Webb, Mar’cellus Webb. And many “adopted” Family members including Andy Saucedo. Numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
A Visitation will be held on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, at 2:30 pm, at Shuler Funeral Home.

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  • November 12, 2022
    Heather Sanders says:
    Aunt Karen will forever be missed. She shined so much positive light, even through the darkest moments. She taught so many of us women how to be strong and resilient. We are all better people because we had her in our lives forever or even just a brief moment. She just made an strong impact and usually it didnt take long for anyone to fall in love with her as a human, she was, is, and always be one of the most special souls I have ever met. I love you Aunt Karen, unit we meet again.

  • November 12, 2022
    Lona Lindsey says:
    Karen was a fire cracker in a little package. She worked hard and ask for nothing. She had a big heart for everyone and would do anything to help someone in need. She was such a good friend to me. A really special lady. I'm thankful for all the many memories I had with her. You will truly be missed my dear friend. I pray for all of her family that you will find comfort and peace. That your hearts will all heal soon. Bridget, Stacy, Micheal, Dale. Sending lots of love to all of you.

  • November 12, 2022
    Patsy Silver says:
    Fly high my little sister I'll see your smile in every sunset

  • November 11, 2022
    Susie Yancey says:
    A large part of my soul left this plane with the passing of my sister Karen. Our lives took different directions but the love I felt for her was and always will be eternal. See you on the other side my sweet little sister.

  • November 11, 2022
    Katlin says:
    Me and the boys will always love you, I am thankful for the time we spent with you!