Del “Abe” Jones

Del “Abe” Jones

Del “Abe” Jones served in the United States Air Force, 1958-1961, 92nd Combat Defense Squadron, K-9 Corps, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington. Today, Jones is a father of four and grandfather to eight who reside in Spokane, Washington. He continues to write poetry and hopes to be successful as a song lyricist in Tennessee.

Jones has self-published three poetry books. In addition to having his work featured in newspapers, on radio, TV and many websites around the country, Jones’ poetry, “POW/MIA” and “And They Were There, Too”, are etched in the Ellis County Veteran’s Memorial in Waxahachie, Texas. Jones also recited “The Wall” at the Vietnam Veterans Monument dedication in Orlando.

Contact Abe for a FREE copy of his book, “THE WORLD, WAR, FREEDOM, AND MORE” in e-book format. (Specify zip or.exe format). Jones donated profits from this book to Tennessee National Guard Families who served during Desert Storm.

Mankind’s greatest accomplishment is not the revolution of technology – it is the evolution of creativity: ©Copyright 1988 by Del “Abe” Jones

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