Henry  Jones


Henry "Hank" Jones, Jr., age 79, of Joplin, passed away on Sunday February 3, 2019, at Joplin Gardens, following an illness.
Hank was the son of the late Henry Jones, Sr. and Maxine Hutchison Jones. He was born on February 6, 1939. Hank graduated from Joplin Senior High and he graduated from PSU with a bachelor's degree in business administration. He worked as a dispatcher for Tri-State Motor Transit.
He attended First Baptist Church. Hank worked with children all of his life teaching Sunday School and directing the Royal Ambassadors at the Church. He was a Jaycee and won the Distinguished Service award in 1970. He was a member of Forest Park Baptist Church where he helped tape the services. He had many friends and loved to go to Forest Park Baptist Church.
He is survived by a cousin, Linda Conboy Harthcock, Scottsdale, Ariz.; and his ex-wife and lifelong friend, Julie Jones, Joplin, Mo.
Services will be private. Friends may visit at the mortuary during regular visiting hours on Wednesday and Thursday.
Arrangements are under the direction of Mason-Woodard Mortuary & Crematory.
Published on February 5, 2019
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5 posts

Feb 15, 2019
Sorry for your loss
Gary Hutchison
Feb 05, 2019
We will have so many memories of Hank to include the visits to Joplin, going to Grand Lake, the houseboat and fishing. He always put a smile on our faces and laughter in our hearts. Cousins --- Gary, Debby, Lory, & Mark.
larry karl brown
Feb 05, 2019
as young people we were friends, i met Hank when my Dad worked for Jones Brother's construction, in his Dad's lincoln convertable, we were all over joplin, always a great time. Hank you will be missed.
Larry Karl
Feb 05, 2019
Julie I am so sorry.You are in my prayers.
Donna Popplewell
Feb 05, 2019
I am sorry for your loss. Hank will be greatly missed. He was a very special person. He was always cheerful and helpful. We enjoyed him in our Life Group class.