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Melvin Jones (January 13, 1879 – June 1, 1961) was the Secretary-treasurer of Lions Clubs International. He was born in Fort Thomas, Arizona His father was a  ...

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Melvin Jones may refer to: Melvin Jones (Lions Club) (1879–1961), Secretary- Treasurer of Lions Clubs International; Melvin Jones (American football) (born ...

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Nearly 100 years ago, Melvin Jones' vision became a reality when delegates of the first Lions club met to inaugurate what would become an international ...

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Melvin Jones was a dreamer, a doer and a pragmatist. He was an energetic, extroverted salesman who in private hours would reread Shakespeare. What better ...

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Believing in the power of cooperative altruism, Melvin Jones helped shape Lions Club International into the largest network of services clubs in the world.

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All donations of $250, $500 and $1000 are suitably recognized on the Wall of Fame, which is mounted in the Melvin Jones Lions International Memorial Building ...

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CAREER Gifted athlete who spent two years with the Tigers … Backup fullback as both a true freshman and sophomore … Did not to return to school following ...

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Official Website of Melvin Jones Atlanta-Based Trumpeter.