James T. Jones

Born in Maury County, TN on April 13, 1930

Departed on January 30, 2007 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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James served in the US Army, 3rd Infantry, 27th Division Elite Wolfhounds during the Korean Conflict where he received five bronze stars and was awarded a purple heart. "Good Jelly" retired from AVCO in 1997 with 44 years of service. He is preceded in death by his parents Betty Jane Lunn and Dock Edwin Jones along with his three brothers and sister. Survived by his wife of 53 years, Joan Denson Jones; sons, Rickie Lee Jones and wife Delores Ann, Edward Earl Jones and wife Tammie Lynne; grandchildren, Edward Earl Jones II and wife Jennifer, James Julius Jay Jones, Heather LeeAnn Jones and Connie JoAnna Jones. He is also survived by sisters Evelyn Hardison and Peggy Hall both of Spring Hill, TN. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2pm until 4pm and 6pm until 8pm, and Thursday, February 1, 11am until 1pm, at Hendersonville Funeral Home. The funeral services will be on Thursday, February 1, at 1pm with Rev. Lynn Hinkle officiating at Hendersonville Funeral Home Chapel. Active pallbearers, Edward Jones II, Jay Jones, Jimmy Prince, Randy Hall, Ronald Jones and Danny Denson. Interment will be at Hendersonville Memory Gardens.
HENDERSONVILLE MEMORY GARDENS & FUNERAL HOME 353 JOHNNY CASH PARKWAY; HENDERSONVILLE, TN. 37075 615 824-3855 www.harpethhills.com

2 Comments to James T. Jones

  1. Shawnte Malone
    January 31, 2007 12:00 am

    While I did not have the pleasure of knowing Mr. James T. Jones, I have been honored to work with his son Rick for the last few years now. Rick, I want to send my prayers and love to you and your family during such a rough time. Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to help you.

  2. Connie JoAnna Jones
    February 4, 2007 12:00 am

    “Oh Lord, what can I say? I’m so sad that you went away.”

    You were a noble man with a heart of gold. You were a true hero in my eyes, and that will never leave my vision of you. You were always taking care of your family, friends, and even strangers before yourself. To me, you measured higher than Mother Theresa, who was also a very generous and heroic person. Your family loved you more than you will ever be able to know. And even though my poem says ?don?t cry for me? the tears we shed are for your memory, your soul, your safety, and your beloved wife. I know you will still be taking care of us while in Heaven, gardening in green pastures, but we will miss your wonderful way of making the Earth, or at least your own back yard a little greener and more beautiful than the next. May peace be with you as you make Heaven an even more beautiful place. I love you Pa, and you will remain deep in my soul until the day I see you again.