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Charles Jones III
Charles Edward Joes, III (Tre') was born on February 18, 1992, in Demopolis, AL to Charles and Alessandra Jones.

Tre' was baptized at St. Leo's Catholic Church, where he also served as an altar boy and practiced Catholicism for over half of his life.  At the age of fourteen Tre' converted to the Baptist faith and was baptized a member of the Men's Sunday School Class.  After he moved to Tuscaloosa to attend school, at the University of Alabama, Tre' attended Cornerstone Baptist Church.  He rarely attended church alone, often encouraging his friends to join him in worshipping Christ.

He attended Carrie's daycare, the Demopolis City School system, and graduated from Demopolis High School in 2010, with an advanced honors' diploma. While in high school, Tre' was a committed and devoted athlete in baseball, basketball, and football.  He was a proud member of the 2009 5A State Championship football team.  He was also a member of the DHS Student Council, Skills USA, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Marengo County Youth Lead, the Mayor's Youth Advisory Council, and was the recipient of the first annual Marengo County Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship.

Tre' worked to be a positive influence, lead many crusades and influenced many people both young and old in his brief life.  Tre' was in his second year at the University of Alabama, initially majoring in business management, recently changing his major to civil engineerinng to pursue his dream of returning home to expand Jones Construction Company of Demopolis.  While at the University of Alabama, Tre' became a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity.

Tre' was preceded in death by his Grandmother, Corine A. Jones.  He leaves a multitude of family and friends to cherish the memories of his amazing life, including his loving parents, Charles and Alessandra Jones; sister, Ber'Nae and Alexis; grandfather, Charles E. Jones; grandmother, Kathaleen S. Anderson, Montgomery, AL; godfather, Ricky L. Tate, Carmel, IN; aunts, Lamel (Dave) Neal, Nashville, TN, KaNOSCHU (Cedric) Cambell, Montgomery, AL, and Dr. Akashia Anderson, Memphis, TN; cousins, Scottlyn, Doriann, Christian, and Spencer; great-aunts, Dorothy (Walter) Nichols, Susie Scott-Jones, Gwennettia Scott, all of Montgomery, AL, Lular Anderson, Rockford, IL, Rebecca Salone and Viola (John) Abraham, both of Uniontown, AL, and Nanette Mann (Demopolis, AL); great-uncles, Gabriel (Eldora) Anderson, Uniontown, AL, John (Ann) Anderson and Willie (Maria) Anderson, Atlanta, GA, George (Ethel) Anderson, Lakewood, CA, Robert (Louise) Jones, Millbrook, AL, Dr. Herbert (Bess) Jones, Atlanta, GA and Carl Jones, Upper Marlboro, MD, and a host of other relatives and friends.