Thomas  Jones


Thomas Gerry "PeeWee" Jones went to be with his Heavenly Father on December 6th, 2018. Tom was born in Chickasha, OK on August 19th, 1954 to William H. and Mary Jones. Tom graduated from Chickasha High School in 1973 while working afterschool for Crawford Roofing.
On March 16, 1974 Tom married Debbie Dabbs Jones, the love of his life. Tom had many talents, but what Tom enjoyed the most was the time he spent in the Oilfield. Tom made many lifelong friends in the patch, which Tom considered family. Tom was an avid family man, he loved his family dearly, but most of all Tom loved spending time with his wife, from taking road trips to just simply sitting on their front porch drinking coffee. Tom was a huge John Wayne fan and loved to watch Green Bay Packers and OU football.
Tom enjoyed watching his grandchildren, nieces and nephews at FFA shows, playing sports and he even helped with concession stands when he could
Tom was preceded in death by his parents WH (Bill) Jones & Mary Jones, an infant brother, Billy Wayne Jones.
Tom leaves behind his wife of 44 years, Debbie Dabbs Jones, his children Jennifer & Will Sanders of Wanette, OK and Tommy & Melissa Jones of Benton, Arkansas. Tom is also survived by seven grandchildren, Aaron LeMaster, Brady Sanders, Isaiah LeMaster, Trey Sanders, Jayden Geyer, Alix Barnett, Brandon Barnett, and two great granddaughters, Winter Sepeda and Raina LeMaster. Tom also leaves behind his siblings Frank & Joan Jones of Arizona, Mary Ann & Paul Batchelder of Chickasha, OK; Linda & Clarence Lowrey of Cement, OK; Ginger Clanton of Dibble, OK; Ruth Bingham & Todd of Chickasha, OK.
Services will be held at the United Methodist Church, Saturday, December 15th at 11 a.m. in Wanette, OK.
Published on December 13, 2018
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