of Greenbrier, AR
March 14, 1925 - August 29, 2023
On Tuesday, August 29, 2023, Josephine ''Jo'' Jones left here for her heavenly home. She had been anxiously waiting to meet Jesus and her family and friends already there. Jo was born March 14, 1925 to the late Bob and Grace Ellen (Hart) Williams. Jo was a founding member of Copperas Springs Baptist Church in Guy. She loved working outside in her garden and yard. She was known for burning leaves in her yard and smoking up Highway 65 in front of her house. Jo made some of the best fried apple pies around; she was a unique lady that will be greatly missed and loved forever. Jo was preceded in death by her parents; loving husband, Robert Lee Jones; son, Roy T. Jones; grandson, Clint Allen Jones; brother, Bud Williams and two sisters, Kathreen and Helen Williams Foley.She is survived by her sons, Bobby (Betty) Jones, Van (Dee) Jones; daughter-in-law, Joyce M. Jones; sister, Tiny Wright; seven grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; great great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; family and friends. Funeral Service will be Friday, September 1, 2023 at 10:00AM at Copperas Springs Baptist Church in Guy. Visitation will begin one hour prior at 9:00AM. Burial will follow at Copperas Springs Cemetery.
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She was a precious sweet lady that carried a big stick, hard-working and enjoyed her family. She kept one of my girls while I worked and she loved Ms. Jo... I know she must be rejoicing with her love ones in Heaven. Prayers to her family here during this time. Rest in Peace Ms. Jo, you sure deserve it.
May Mother Jones stay in your Hearts, Praise God He Has Her In His Kingdom...We all will miss her,, So Loved, and Never To Be Forgotten....Rest In Peace Momma Jones
This woman was loved by so many, leaving a legacy behind of what a hard worker and Godly woman should be, raising 3 ruff and tuff boys. What a joy for her now. Rest in peace ms.Jo.
I have so so many great memories of Aunt Jo for one Iâ€™ll forever remember getting in trouble in that creek beside her house!! I loved her so much! And she will be missed by many!! Oh what a reunion it was in heaven that day!!
Loved this while family. Have so many sweet memories. May God wrap His loving arms around this family and comfort them thru their loss. Loving prayers to all. Fred and Dorothy Morlan.