Carla Nadine Jones, 59, of Henrico Virginia, ascended to the Heavenly Realm on September 20, 2022, while holding her daughter's hand. She was preceded by her parents; Lee Frances Bradby Jones and Edward Carlton Jefferson, and brother: Dennis Jones Jr. She was also preceded by her honorary parents; Colonel T. Robinson and Esther S. Robinson. She graduated from Charles City High School. She earned an Associate's Degree and a Bachelor's Degree from Averett University in Business Administration. She was a member of Faith Landmarks Ministries. She worked for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Circuit City, Richmond Department of Communications and Capital One. Yet, her last career was in the field of Education, as highly dedicated Business Education Educator at J. R. Tucker Highschool, where she taught hundreds of students the importance of Economics and Personal Finance. She was extremely selfless and would go out of her way for others. She went above and beyond for her students and, saw the importance of preparing the next generation for their financial future. \nShe was passionate about her Faith, her daughter, and her grandpuppy. Jones party of two and a half (Halo) are witnesses of the Power of the name Jesus and the GRACE of God. Her daughter was her best friend and she loved her beyond measure. Just behind her daughter was always her grandpuppy. She always made sure he was well taken care of and properly loved. She leaves behind a beloved daughter; Kandace Jones and grandpuppy; Halo Jones. Sisters; Patricia Lewis (Poindexter), Rochelle Jones, April Dabney (Marzene), and Vicki Jones. Goddaughter; Mykhelle Clarke (Andre). Aunt; Janet Brown and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.\nGifts\nIf you would like to give, we do not know the need that will arise in the future. If you would like to give to Kandace and Halo, you may send gift cards, cash, checks (to Kandace Jones), Venmo: Blessed4TheBattle, and Zelle: [email protected]. If you would like to send a plant, please send plants that can grow freely outside. My mama always liked her flowers to grow wild and free...just like her.\n\nMemorial service will be held on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 2PM at Mimms Funeral Home, 1827 Hull St.