FAYETTE — Services for Ayden Christopher “Dechick” Jones, 4, of Fayette, who died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011, at Jefferson County Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Jefferson County High School auditorium in Fayette with the Rev. Percy Turner officiating.
Burial will follow at Greenleaf Baptist Church Cemetery under the direction of Spencer Funeral Home in Fayette.
Visitation will be from 2 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home and from 10 a.m. until service time Saturday at the school auditorium.
Ayden was born Sept. 6, 2006, in Natchez, the son of Alicia Berry-Kaho and Jarvis D. Jones. He was a student at AJFC Head Start in Fayette.
He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Zula Ward; great-grandmothers, Rosie Ward, Irene Berry, Ethel L. Gordon and Luebirda Jones; great-grandfathers, Elbert Berry Sr., James Gordon and Clarence Knight; and two aunts, Mary Berry and Rosetta Berry.
Survivors include his mother and husband, Barron, of Fayette; his father and wife, Rochelle, of Vidalia; four sisters, ZaKyeria Thomas, Janiya Jones, Janiya Jones and LaQuanda Kaho, all of Fayette, and Layla Jones of Vidalia; three adopted siblings, Kierra Barnes, Calvin Barnes Jr. and Devin Berry, all of Fayette; maternal grandmother, Rosie Luster of Chipley, Ill.; grandfathers, Luther McDaniel and wife, Theresa, of Port Gibson and Walter Ward of Union Church; step-maternal grandmother, Deloris Sullivan of Natchez; paternal grandparents, Ethel Jones of Columbus and Lovenia and Willie Hargrove of Fayette; eight aunts, Candice Berry and husband, LeDaniel, Detrice Kaho and Sharon Kaho, all of Fayette, Wykeitha Jones of Vicksburg, Casaundra Short and husband, Anthony, of Union Church, Melissa Kaho and Carla Monroe, both of Natchez, and Wyleshia Shepherd of Carville, La.; four uncles, Walter A. Ward of Union Church, Jeremiah Jones of Columbus, David Kaho and wife, Verunea, of Fayette and Timothy Kaho and wife, Ella, of Port Gibson; and a number of great-aunts, great-uncles, cousins and friends.
Pallbearers will be Charles Robertson Jr., Lennie Walker, John Freeman, Jeremy Freeman and David Houston Sr.
Honorary pallbearers will be Jeremiah Jones, David Kaho, Walter A. Ward and Timothy Kaho.