Ginny Nelles's father, Talbot Nelles, trained Earl Jones in estate planning and wills at Montreal Trust. Photograph by: PHIL CARPENTER; THE GAZETTE, The Gazette
From 'Uncle Earl' To 'The Monster' -- Montreal Gazette
Friends struggle to understand how the smiling, dependable friend could be the author of their financial ruin.
Until very recently, Earl Jones seemed like the kind of guy you'd like as a friend, or at least invite to your party. Those closest to him describe the West Island financial planner as charming and fun, adored by children, devoted father to two daughters.
He was generous, quick to pay for drinks, and could be counted on to show up at weddings, funerals and hospital bedsides.
"You felt that he really felt your pain when a tragedy struck, and went out of his way to be sympathetic and supportive," his sister-in-law Frances Gordon said.
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More News On The Earl Jones Scandal
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Here's a new securities blanket -- Toronto Star
Earl Jones's worried victims meeting in Pointe Claire -- The Montreal Gazette
Worried clients of Earl Jones meet in Que. -- Canada.com