Henry Jonas III

Tiki Island, Texas

Mar 16, 1937 – Feb 3, 2011


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JonasHenry F (Hank) Jonas III Henry Jonas, 73, resident of Tiki Island, was born March 16, 1937 in Austin, Texas to parents Henry F. Jonas, Jr. and Earle Adams Jonas. He passed away February 3, 2011 in Galveston, Texas. He was a graduate of Lamar High School in 1955 and Texas Tech University...

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Hank was such a sweet, sweet man--always smiling and so pleasant to talk with and be around. Tiki Island has lost another great friend. My heart and prayers go out to Diane and their family.

My thoughts have been with Hank's family since Sally Kate Marshall Weems sent his obit to some of us who graduated High School with him. I went to Tech with Hank but graduated a couple of years earlier than he. Hank was a nice boy; kind and sweet. I hope that life was good to him. From the pictures posted, it looks as if he remained happy and pretty easy-going throughout his life. I hadn't thought about Hank in years but, now that he is no longer here, I am saddened and very sorry for...

Diane, Susan & Kathy
No Better friend could one man have than Henry. We worked together on the same crew for almost the entire time we where at the Yellow Pages in the office or on the road. What a sense of humor.I send mylove and condoense to all.

Dianne, Kathy and Susan,my heartfelt expression for the loss of your husband and father Henry or Hank. I was one who worked with him on the same Yellow Pages crew with Hap Wilson, and I'm sure he shared a few comical stories of that time. He will be missed...very much. He came up to have BBQ with Brenda and myself back last May. We did many scuba trips in Cozumel, and when I thought of going somewhere else, I went with Henry instead because he was a joy to be with. He shall remain in my...

Oh Diane - I send my love and sympathy at the loss of your life partner. I so remember our days as volunteers with AX. You were a rock of stability and good sense tempered by an intense loyalty and sunny spirit. May the hole in your heart be filled with good memories and the love of your family. xoxoMary Ford

Diane and Family-

I am truly saddened for the loss of Henry, what a great man. He was one of a kind, a genuine and jovial gentleman with a great sense of humor who will be very much missed. It was a great honor to have known and worked with Henry while he was both Mayor of Tiki Island as well as a fine upstanding neighbor. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Henry could find humor in anything, even the size of the car he drove, i.e., he used to call them disposable cars. What a sense of humor. Myself and many others were priviledged to work with him at Southwestern Bell for many years. I was so saddened to hear of your great loss. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

My thoughts and prayers with you and your family, and again if I can help in anyway let me know. I have walked this path and it is long and hard but you will come thru this.

Henry and I worked together at Southwestern Bell Yellow Pages for many years and I always found him with a ready smile and a warm friendly attitude toward everyone. I will miss him. My sympathies go out to his family and his extended family of Yellow Page employees (wolleysegaps).