On May 6, 2004, the world of applied paleontology dimmed with the premature death of Garry D. Jones at the age of 51 years. Garry was a dynamo in oil industry bio-stratigraphy, moving it forward even during the difficult economic times of the 1990s.

Garry received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Catawba College in North Carolina in 1974. He went on to study benthic foraminiferal ecology with Charlie Ross, receiving a Masters of Science degree from Western Washington University in 1977. Garry then returned to the east coast, completing a Ph.D. degree under Fred Swain at the University of...

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