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Glenn Jones

Glenn Jones, 58, Hiseville, died Friday, November 27, 2009, at the T. J. Samson Community Hospital. A son of the late Claud W. Jones and Grace Craighead Jones, he was a farmer and a member of the Hiseville Baptist Church.

Survivors include two brothers, Robert (Patricia) Jones of Louisville and William (Diane) Jones of Hiseville; one brother-in-law, Robbie Ward of Uno; 5 nephews, Jeff (Tammy) Jones, Chad Jones and Adam Jones all of Hiseville, Doug (Genelle) Jones of Temple Hill and Josh (Megan) Jones of Sulphur Well; one niece, Melanie Brook Ward of Uno; 4 great-nieces and nephews, Ally, Jagger, Emi and Ella Jones; one uncle, Charles E. Jones of Glasgow; three aunts, Maymie Spillman of Griderville, Emma Lou Jones of Hiseville and Jeanne Craighead of Cave City; special friend, Doris Warf of Hiseville; Doris’ children, Glen (Leann) Warf of Edmonton, Todd (Naomi) Warf and Steve Warf all of Hiseville; Doris’ grandchildren, Renee Buckley, Brandon Warf, Will Warf, Brett Warf, Cole Warf, Tabitha Taylor, Autumn Warf and Tyler Warf; her great-grandchildren, Alexia Bush and Luke Manning; along with several cousins.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Ruth Jones Ward.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Alternate expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the Ruth Ward Memorial Scholarship Fund at Glasgow Christian Academy, 600 Old Cavalry Drive, Glasgow, KY 42141.


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12 Entries for Glenn Jones

  1. Shana Garrett says:

    William and Diane,
    I am so sorry about your loss and your family is in my prayers. I’m going to try to come by the funeral home if at all possible. I love you you both so much and always will. Please let me know if there’s anything I can do.

    Shana

  2. LARRY RHINEHART says:

    I’M SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF GLENN I THOUGHT THE WORLD OF HIM HE WAS A GOOD FRIEND ANYONE COULD ASK FOR OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY AND DORIS.

  3. LARRY W.RHINEHART says:

    I’M SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF A VERY GOOD FRIEND ,SO MANY PEOPLE KNEW HIM ,i worked for c-f supply in hiseville i met glenn a few times he was so well liked and so loved by everyone . we will miss you glenn from our family to the jones family

  4. stevenrhinehart says:

    hey my name is steven i am the son of larry rhinehart i knew glenn for a long time and really like glenn he was a man that you see and met and he always speaking,it was a shock to hear and hard to believe glenn you will be miss by all the people that knew you we miss you and never forget you our prayers goes out to the family and doris from steven -tina rhinehart family

  5. Kenneth G. James says:

    WITH THOUGHTS OF DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO LET YOU KNOW I CARE. WILL BE PRAYING FOR GLENN AND THE FAMILY.

  6. Jeff Crews says:

    I have know Glenn almost all of my life, and also his family, I am very sad to hear of his passing, he alway’s had a smile and was a good freind to many people thourgh out his life, he will be greatly missed.
    Jeff Crews

  7. Amie says:

    Poppa Willie, my heart breaks for you. Glenn will be missed by all that loved him. I have sent several prayers up to our LORD for you and the family. We are the ones sadden, for Glenn is having some of that sour dough bread Ms Grace made us well and having big talks!

  8. Glasgow Service Center (USDA) says:

    With deepest sympathy.

  9. Marsha Phillips Thomas says:

    Jones and Warf Families,

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You have our deepest sympathy. Thinking of you all. May God bless you and keep you.

    Marsha

  10. Marshall Stephens says:

    Glen was a man who I thought very much of and always enjoyed seeing him. He often was bringing something to be fixed at my shop. I will miss him alot. My prayers are with the family.

  11. United Faith Ind Church says:

    Glen Jones was an asset to our community. When we built our church on 31-E and had 10 acres of hay to be cut and hauled in and had no equipment at all to harvest with. Glen was there and let the church use his equipment to do our work and would never accept any payment for using them. He truly was a man with a big heart. We appreciate all he did for us and will miss him.

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