Charles W. "Bink" Jones, 67, of Weirton, passed away Thursday, December 25, 2014 in the Weirton Medical Center. Born August 22, 1947 in Steubenville, OH, he was a son of the late Charles William and Alice Lucille Campbell Jones. He was also preceded in death by his wife Donna Brown Starvaggi Jones; his daughter Sherri Allison Jones in May, 2012 and brother Randall Keith Jones, and a stepson Michael Starvaggi. With 32 years of service, he retired from Starvaggi Industries where he worked as a truck driver. He was a member of the Chapel Hill Wesleyan Church, Beach Mountain Sportsmen's Club, American Legion Post 10, and the Teamsters Union. Bink was an avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt, fish, garden and play golf. He also played guitar most of his life and played with several local bands. He was a Vietnam Veteran, having served in the United States Air Force. Charles is survived by his wife Charlotte Hunt Adams Jones of Weirton, whom he married June 23, 2004; sons Charles Wayne Jones of North Carolina and Jeremy Weldon Jones of Slaton, TX; step son Rodney Adams of Texas; step daughters Cindy Gentry of Weirton and Penny Anderson of Arizona; step son Brian Starvaggi ; step daughter, Paula Columbus and her husband, Dr. John Columbus; sisters Glenda ("T-Pot") Stroud , and her husband Max, of Weirton, Rhonda Jean (Dave) Malone of Paris, PA, Terry Lynn Fabian and Cherrie Ellen Hughes (Jim Granada) all of Weirton; granddaughters Misty and Christy Collins, Maura Jo, Jesse and Jenna Marie Jones and one great-grandson. Visitation will be held Sunday 1-3 and 6-8PM at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, WV, where funeral services will be celebrated 12PM Monday. Pastor Drew Bush will officiate. Interment will be follow in St. Johns Cemetery, Colliers, WV, where military services will be conducted by the American Legion Honor Guard. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 122 South High Street, Morgantown, WV 26501.

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  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you…..I’m truly sorry. God bless all of the jones family. My heart is hurting. All my love, Your cousin Tom

  2. So Sorry for your Loss! You and the rest of the Family have My Heart Felt Sympathy! May your Beloved Brother Rest in Peace!


  4. Binky always put a smile on my face when I was a kid. He would always beep his loud truck horn at me when I was standing at the bus stop. he would holler my name. I can still hear him! He was always smiling everytime I seen him. I wished I could have seen him , one last time. My heart is hurting for you al, he was too young! Hugs, Cindy

  5. So very sorry for your loss. I wish I was able to be there and hug you all. I know how special Binky was and what a good heart he had. He surely will be missed. Sending prayers your way during this difficult time.

  6. My heart is hurting for the loss of your beloved brother. May God be with each and everyone of you. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. To the family of Binky Jones. What can I say other than my heart is broken. Binky meant so much to me. Used to be with him all the time when he had his band with Sal, Allen, Bob. Bink was a good guitarist and singer and he was so well liked by everyone. He will be missed by everyone that crossed paths with him in this lifetime.

  8. Words can’t express how I feel about losing Binky. He couldn’t help but bring a smile to your face everytime you were around him. I’ll miss him. He took a piece of my heart with him like so many others have. May he rest in peace with the angels. Prayers and love to all his family. Tim (cousin) and Kathy

  9. I know I’ve been away from home for awhile. He was with us at our family gathering for Karen. I loved being around Binky, we rebonded as cousins. I will miss you Binky. Your walking with our Lord and singing in the angels choir. Enjoy your new life in heaven with family.

    To the Jones family, I’m sorry for the loss of your brother. My heart hurts for you. I love you all. Your cousin, Kaye.

  10. I knew Binky since 2nd grade. We shared many laughs and good times as well as not so good times. Binky lit up a room when he entered and always had a kind word and had a sense of humor beyond the norm. I still chuckle when thinking of things we did just for laughs. I pray God gives strength to his family at this time of sorrow and to remember Bink is now in peace and no more suffering from that terrible disease. I pray we meet again someday and and perhaps have a few laughs . Your old buddy, Iggy

  11. I am the oldest stepson from his 2nd marriage to

    my mother Donna C [(Brown) (Starvaggi)] Jones. I remember his dad and mom as a child; and i remember

    his brother also and all his sisters too, I grew up with sha sha, and shacky lil bink.

    I remember Binky’s playing since the 70s when I was a kid. I am sorry to say my half – brother Jeremy cannot make it in, he loved his dad.

    My self, My Sister Paula, and my deceased Brother Mike was part of his life.

    We will miss you, your playing, and cheer and teasing.

    God Bless Stepfather

    Love Eugene “Brian” Starvaggi

  12. RIP cuz Binky. I can remember so many times of laughter, ornryness on his part & just always good times when we were all hanging out. Just knowing Binky isn’t here on Earth anymore breaks my heart. You are among Angels & resting now cousin. I love you forever & ever! I will miss you til we meet again cousin. God bless all the rest of his family & may peace and comfort find you somehow. I believe Binky was one of those ‘ships’ that was saved by God’s ‘Lighthouse’, the very Lighthouse song he sang so beautifully at my mother’s funeral :””’)

  13. May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time….

    May you come to know that the love of God is with you always,

    May your memories of Charles W. Jones, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your work on earth is complete.

    I thank you for your service and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten.

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family of…..

    US Air Force Vietnam Veteran, Charles W. Jones, “A True American Hero” God Bless†

    † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 â€

  14. I’m very sorry to hear of Binky’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

  15. I remember when I was in high school and dated his son, (Bink Jr.), and he and his sister, (Glenda, Aunt T), was always so nice to me. I hate to hear that he passed on Christmas. My prayers go out to the family.

  16. My dad, what can I say? I miss him. At the service I remember just staring at his hands, like I always did, because I was always watching as he went through the chords on the guitar. I wanted to remember his fingernails and the way he held his thumb while playing. We talked a lot about music and I miss not having him to talk to. When we were young, me, brian, Michael, Paula, and jay, dad was always working, playing music, doing a side job, or growing a garden, anything he could do to feed 5 growing kids. I didn’t realize it then, but I do now. Thanks dad for providing and to this day I can’t stand tomatoes! (We had them for every meal!) Dad I miss you. And although we didn’t see eye to eye always, I’ve always respected you. You taught me some good life lessons, and I hope I have your humility. You have fought the good fight, your race is won. Rest with our lord,

    your son, little Bink

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