2023ObituariesTommy G. Jones, Sr.

July 19, 2023by SealeUser2

Tommy G. Jones Sr. went home to be with the Lord peacefully on Tuesday July 18, 2023 at his home in Livingston, LA surrounded by his family.  Tommy was born Sumner MS and raised in Charleston, MS.  He graduated from Charleston High School and Hines County Jr. College. Tommy joined the U.S. Army in the 1960’s and received an Honorable Medical discharge.  Tommy & his wife moved to Denham Springs where they raised their 3 children.  He worked at several plants in the Baton Rouge area as an electrician and also owns numerous rental properties.

Tommy and his family started attending Amite Baptist Church in 1969 where he worked with the bus ministry for several years.  Tommy enjoyed spending time with family, fishing, helping others, and attending men’s bible study group.

Tommy is proceeded in death by his parents Floyd & Elma Jones, brothers Floyd Jones, Jr and AJ Jones, sisters Jeaneth Ann Jones, Juanita Jones Holland, and Beatrice Jones Roach and his son Clinton Eric Jones.

He is survived by his wife of 61 years Elizabeth (Libby) Jones, daughter Vivian Jones Redden husband Louis, son Tommy Gene Jones Jr., sister Mattie Jean Lewis, grandchildren Leslie Redden Wascom husband Kris, Louis (Boo) Redden III, Kandis Redden May husband Randy, Crissy Jones Fuller husband Brett, Tommy (Trey) Jones III, Christopher (CJ) Jones, and Brannon Jones and 11 great grandchildren.

Services will be at Amite Baptist Church in Denham Springs, LA on Monday July 24, 2023 with visitation from 10am to 12pm services starting at 12pm with burial in Amite Church Cemetery.

The Family would like to send a special Thank You to the caregivers & staff at Pinnacle Home Health/Hospice for their services, kindness, respect, etc. during this very difficult time.

May God Bless.




  • Donna Daves

    July 20, 2023 at 10:17 pm

    I love you Uncle Tommy. Memories of sitting on your porch for those early morning coffee breaks makes me smile. I can see you propping up your feet on your white columns. Our yearly camping trips for family reunions we did our porch sitting early in the morning and we drank coffee and then I fixed everyone a big breakfast! Wow, that big smile and laugh of yours. That was very special to me. The water was a happy place on the pontoon boat. Tubing and knee boarding is where you would join in with the young ones. We had so many great family times together. I will miss you. I am a little jealous that you beat me to those pearly gates.


  • Vivian

    July 20, 2023 at 7:29 pm

    Love you Uncle Tommy. Know you are being envraced in GOD’S love and light.


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