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Lodi High students gather to grieve for Stephanie Jones

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Posted: Friday, March 6, 2009 10:00 pm

More than 150 students gathered in Lodi High's gym on a cold and slightly overcast Friday morning to pray for one another and share in the loss of a peer.

Stephanie Jones

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  • posted at 4:12 pm on Mon, Mar 9, 2009.


    The American way is to do good, even at the loss of life. She was an American hero who brought life to others as an organ donor. She created more than 1 miracle. Praise Be!

  • posted at 11:40 am on Mon, Mar 9, 2009.


    Over 3,000 Americans die each month due to automobile accidents, not counting the maimed and crippled. Its a dirty little statistic that GM and Ford sweep under the rug and ignored by the media. There has has got to be a better way to get to point A from point B. My heart breaks for Stephanie Jones.

  • posted at 8:15 am on Sun, Mar 8, 2009.


    Keep Christ the Center & all things work out for the GOOD. My sympathy goes to the Family of the Lost love one. Only the Spirit of Christ can heal the Grief & turn the mourn to JOY!!!

  • posted at 6:01 am on Sun, Mar 8, 2009.


    Also to add, a time for the students at LHS, to overcome the loss of a wonderful student, they cared for.

  • posted at 5:59 am on Sun, Mar 8, 2009.


    galgemini there are always learning lessons in life, some are harder than others. The people involved will have to live with this on them the rest of their lives, a hard lesson learned. As a young adult, we have all made really bad decisions. By the grace of God we are all still here, when probally with the stupid stuff we did, should be gone. With juveniles there is always room for forgiveness, since they are still young at mind, and due not make proper decisions. This right now is not the time or place, to make a learning lesson, that will come later. Right now is the time to pray for stregnth the family will need to overcome the loss of there daughter, they loved so much.

  • posted at 5:25 pm on Sat, Mar 7, 2009.


    Lets try to focus on THIS article, and whats really important, and thats the LHS community pulling together in the aftermath of this tragedy.

  • posted at 4:15 pm on Sat, Mar 7, 2009.


    galgemini, there is a time and place for all "learn lessons" to happen. This is not the time nor the place. Please let these CHILDREN grieve in peace.

  • posted at 2:47 am on Sat, Mar 7, 2009.


    Kyle spoke such good true words at our C-Club meeting. It was very good for anyone who wanted to meet there that morning, to meet there. It really brought people together to grieve for the loss of a fellow classmate. My heart goes out to the family. I will continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

  • posted at 1:49 am on Sat, Mar 7, 2009.


    Kyle,you have done good in your life.keep the faith.

  • posted at 1:13 am on Sat, Mar 7, 2009.


    This is the day that the Lord hath made.Let us rejoice and be glad.

  • posted at 1:11 am on Sat, Mar 7, 2009.


    My condolences go out to the Jones Family.A campus Christian Club in a public school. Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!



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