The Kansas City branch office of Cummins Allison wishes to extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Jones family.
Thank You for everything...
"God bless you" and hold you in his loving arms.
Although gone you will forever be remembered with love.
Meeting John's daughter, Anne, was such a blessing to my family, because it brought the Jones' into our lives. John will be missed on so many levels. He lived and breathed the word of the Lord. My deepest condolences go out to Anne and the rest of the Jones family.
Dear Paul, Bill, Anne, and the entire Jones family:
Please accept our deepest sympathies in the passing of your father, John Jones. I and my family have had the distinct privledge of working for Cummins Allison and with your father and the entire Jones family for over forty years, a relationship that has made a lifetime impact on me and my family. We laughed and cried together. We agreed and we disagreed, and when we disagreed, we shook hands and gave each other hug. Mr. Jones had a way about him that made you feel relaxed when you were with him, as part of his family, like you've known him forever, and he found a way into your heart. He will be surely missed. He is now at home, at peace and without pain with your mother, John, Beth, and hopefully our Julie. May God Bless John Jones and the entire Jones family. Sincerely, John and Betsy Weggesser
"My name is John Jones, and I'm President of the Glenview State Bank." So began the first radio spot I ever did with John, and it will always be one of my favorites. We recorded it in a studio in Des Plaines - John drove his Bentley over a couple of curbs when we found we had pulled into the wrong parking lot - always the direct route for John. He had a great radio voice - and it was just his voice that delivered the bank's message. I'll always remember John's kindness, generosity, and perhaps most of all, his abiding faith.