Memorial Service for Past Chief Jones of Honey Brook
 
By Wagontown Fire Company
January 27, 2018
 

On Saturday morning, Engine 35 relocated to the Honey Brook Fire Company with Lancaster Tanker 52 while they paid their respects to Past Chief Jonathan P. "Jack" Jones. Chief Jones was a Past Chief, President and Lifetime member of Honey Brook Fire Co. #1. He was a member of Beaver Creek Historical Fire Co. Jack taught at Chester Co. Fire School, and was involved in the establishment of the Chester Co. Emergency Services Radio System.

Jack was also a career firefighter with Washington Hose Co. #1 beginning in January of 1966, and in July of 1989 he left the Washington Hose Co. and changed over to the City of Coatesville Bureau of Fire, and in 1993, after four and a half years with the City of Coatesville, he retired. After retirement, he worked for Whites and Weaver Memorials as a salesman, and also as a limo driver for Royal Limo.

Jack or "JP" as known had touched many firefighters in this region either through his work or his dedication as a volunteer and willingness to help anyone who wanted to learn and his specialty was pumps. He was known throughout the area as the one to go to if you had a pump question or an apparatus question.

The Officers and Members of the Honey Brook Fire Company provided a very nice send off to their past chief in the truest of the meaning of Brotherhood.

JP you will be missed, however never forgotten for your service and friendship.

 
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