Graveside services will be held at 12:00 P.M., September 19, 2020 at Davis Chapel A.M.E. Cemetery, Hwy 26 W, Oglethorpe, Georgia.
Please be mindful that we will adhere to all government recommendations and mandates at all services at this time. We are limiting graveside seating to no more than 10 with masks being strongly encouraged. Other masked attendees are welcomed but will be expected to practice social distancing.
Graveside services are likely to be held on ground that is uneven, which is out of the control of Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. We ask that you take this into consideration when choosing footwear, such as shoes with high, thin heels. Please be advised that Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. will not be held responsible for injuries at a grave site because of this.
John Louis Jones was born to the late Arthur Lee Jones and Katherine Tookes Jones on July 16, 1952. He was a graduate of George Washington Carver High School in Atlanta, GA. On June 1, 1975, he married his lovely wife Annette Swan Jones. He worked and retired as a HVAC technician for the Atlanta Public School system for 32 years. He confessed his belief in God and joined Second Mt. Vernon Baptist Church and served on the usher board.
Life’s race well run, Life’s victory won, Life’s work well done, and now cometh rest. On Tuesday, September 15, 2020. John Louis Jones enter into an eternal rest, where he joins five of his siblings, who went before him: Charlie Jones, Dorothy Jones Morgan, Eddie Jones, Thelma Jones Brooks, and Willie Arthur Jones.
His legacy will live on through his three daughters, Stacy Perry, Atlanta Georgia; Treon Jones, Rex Georgia; Traci Bomar, Warner Robins, Georgia; and two sons, Timothy Thomas (Harldine Thomas) Atlanta, Georgia; John Jones (Scharana Jones) Warner Robins, Georgia, 14 grandchildren, two great grandchildren, siblings, Curtis Jones, Ellaville, Georgia; Hardice Jones (Patrice Jones) Southington, Connecticut; Carolyn Sales (Vermon Sales), Ellaville, Georgia; Alvin Jones, Ellaville, Georgia; aunts, Lula Pearl Hudson, Oglethorpe Georgia; Irene Bias, College Park, Georgia; Ethel Jones, Ellaville, Georgia; and Marie Ray, Jacksonville, Florida, and devoted friends, Willie Turner and Pearl Swanson. Also included are a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and sorrowing friends.