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MSU College of Engineering mourns death of Warren Jones

July 12, 2013 -- MSU News Service

Warren Jones, longtime professor of civil and environmental engineering, died on July 7 in Bozeman.   High-Res Available

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BOZEMAN -- Warren L. Jones, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Montana State University, died on July 7 in Bozeman.

In a memoriam posted on the College of Engineering website, colleagues discribed Jones:

"Husband to Sam; father to Derek; author, bass player with the Textbook Blues; woodworker; performance judge for the United Schutzhund Clubs of America; Schutzhund lover and dog trainer; (bachelor's degree) chemical engineering, (master's and doctoral degrees) environmental engineering, University of California-Davis."

The posting added:

"Warren has touched the lives of many through his wonderful spirit, infectious sense of humor, dedication to his family, students, colleagues, and teaching. Among his many acheivements, he was recently honored with a lifetime achievement award bestowed jointly by the Montana Water Environment Association and the Montana Section of the American Waterworks Association. Warren's career was dedicated to his students. As his friends, and colleagues, we are honored to have been a part of his life. This world was a better place because he was here."

With questions or comments, contact the Department of Civil Engineering at  (406) 994-2111 or

Contact: Elizabeth Brock, (406) 994-1564 or