We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Adams-Foster-Ray Funeral Home
I tell you Mom hid all the old pictures very well I still haven’t found them. But I found a couple.
Elizabeth “Janie” Jones Celebration of Life will be Sunday, January 9, 2022, at First Church of the Nazarene in Hamlin Texas, 79520,113 S.W. Avenue C. at 2:00 P.M. with interment to follow in Neinda Cemetery.
Janie was born to Fred Korte Muhle and Tessie Elizabeth (Brooks) Muhle of Rochester, Texas in Haskell, Texas on January 3, 1946. Janie the youngest of six children. Her siblings were Geraldine, Fred, Eugene (Gene), Joe Willard, Bernice, who have all preceded her in death. Janie has two stepsisters Ruby and Georgia.
Janie attended first through twelfth grade in Rochester graduating in 1964. Janie met the love of her life Bobby G. Jones her freshman year of high school and later married him on December 17, 1965, at Rochester First Baptist Church. They went on to reside in Anson, Texas, Later Moving to Hamlin.
Bobby and Janie were Married fifty-six years and spent a total of sixty-one years adoring each other until she shed her earthly bonds on January 4, 2022, at the age of 76 years and one day old.
In 1968 they welcomed their first child Sondra, Followed by James in 1971, and Elizabeth in 1974. Janie and Bobby went on to raise their children in Hamlin. Raising her family was Janie’s greatest joy in life. She loved her family, and her constant dedication and sacrifice will forever be remembered and appreciated and cherished by her adoring family. Sondra, James and Elizabeth were truly shown what true love was by the example their parents proved by example every day of their lives.
Janie spent 17 years working at Hamlin independent school district. Along with other jobs throughout her lifetime. But as always, her family always came first, and she always saw that as her calling in life. Janie served as a member the First Church of the Nazarene. And truly enjoyed serving others. She loved cooking, sewing, crocheting, and knitting. She was very crafty and would always prepare and share food with others. Janie believed in fellowship and full stomachs, and didn’t mind overfilling anyone who wanted to stop in. Janie loved life and lived it well and as her family, she was an Angel on earth and our steadfast earthy guardian angel, and we know, she is now our heavenly guardian angel.
Janie is survived by her adoring family; husband, Bobby G Jones of Hamlin; daughter, Sondra and bonus son Andy Acklin of Midland and granddaughter Autumn Acklin of Midland; son, James and bonus daughter Mary Jones of Lubbock, and granddaughters Ashley Jones, and Paige Jones of Lubbock; daughter: Elizabeth Villanueva of Stamford, and grandsons, Brandon Villanueva, and Kaden Jones of Stamford. Janie had one Grandson preceding her in death Trey Jones.
And to my beautiful Momma '"I Love you” and have been the blessed with your love every day of my life. Thank you!!!! We all love and miss you, letting you go has been the hardest thing we will ever do, but you prepared us for everything thing in life, and we will carry you with us forever. Infinity times Eternity.
Pallbearers will be Andy Acklin, Sondra Acklin, James Jones, Elizabeth Villanueva, Brandon Villanueva George Werner. She carried us through, so we shall carry her.