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Melia Angelic Jones

April 11, 1998 ~ December 7, 2021 (age 23)


Melia Angelic Jones was a resident of Mason at Van Dorn (40 South Van Dorn Street, Alexandria, Virginia).  She was born April 11, 1998 in Ceiba, Puerto Rico and died December 7, 2021.  She was 23 years old.  Melia is survived by her father Excell Jones, stepmother Genorel Silva Jones, brother Andre Excell Jones (31), and stepbrother Chas Grady Bamba (25).

Melia graduated from Mount Vernon High School (Alexandria, VA) in June 2016.  In May 2020, she graduated from Pulley Career Center (Alexandria).  While in High School, Melia participated in two Flags across America events honoring deceased veterans at Arlington National Cemetery, She also participated in multiple community cleanup events.  Also during High School, she participated in the Work Awareness and Transition (WAT) Program.  During October 2015-June 2016, she worked at Fort Belvoir [Army] Commissary and was awarded Employee of the Month.  While at Pulley Career Center, she worked at Crystal City Marriott Hotel as a housekeeper and banquet service representative.  She was awarded Employee of the Month on two separate occasions. While employed at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport as Customer Service representative, she earned the Perfect Attendance Award and Employee of the Month for Accomplishments and Exceeding Expectations.  In the role as Kiosk Stocker (Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport), Melia was awarded the Perfect Attendance Award during Oct 2019-Mar 2020.

On Wednesday, Dec 15, 2021, Melia’s family will hold a wake to celebrate her life at Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home (Alexandria).  Afterwards, Everly-Wheatley will transport Melia to Marion Nelson Funeral Home in Lake Wales, Florida for a memorial service and internment at Lake Wales Memorial Gardens.

Melia enjoyed dancing and singing to her favorite artists including Michael Jackson, Big Time Rush, Elvis Presley, Arianna Grande, Justin Bieber, all gospel artists.  Melia deeply loved each member of her family, and richly enjoyed family, friends, and classmates gatherings.  She will forever be remembered for her gentle and sweet spirit.  She was baptized and a believer in Jesus Christ.

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December 15, 2021

Everly Wheatley Funeral Home
1500 West Braddock Road
Alexandria, VA 22302

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