MarySue Therese Jones, 75, of Winder, passed away peacefully at home August 16th. Visitation will be held at 1PM Saturday, August 25th at Wages and Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA, and followed by Memorial services at 2PM with Patrick Bentley officiating. Sue was born in Morris Town, NJ and moved with her Family to Hollywood Florida as a young girl. She eventually moved to Stone Mountain GA where she met and married her loving husband C. Frank Jones and had been so happy for 22 years. Sue was preceded in death by her parents Charlotte and Peter Greco, and her brother Michael Horner. Sue is survived by husband: C Frank Jones, Children: C Monica Warman (and husband Mark), Eileen Graybill (and husband Bernell), Pete Medina (and wife Lory), Heather Fishbough (and husband Alex), Marinda Fales (and husband Kurt), David Jones (and wife Paula), Joe Jones (and wife Vinessa). Brother: Joe Anziano (and wife Mary Anne). 17 Grandchildren and 17 Great-Grandchildren. The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Amy Elder for her kindness and special attention during her prolonged illness.

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  1. Many people say there is nothing like a mother’s love, and they are right. My mother was a wonderful person who showed love to everyone she came in contact with. She was caring and beautiful inside and out. She loved life, her husband “Franco”, her 7 children, 17 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren with one in the oven, her entire family, and all her friends. I called her the Mayoress of Winder because everywhere we went, everyone knew her and loved her. She raised her 4 children, Monica, Eileen, Peter, and myself, to be strong and independent, just as she was. One of my favorite memories of my mother is when she would tell stories of when I was a little girl. It was then, I saw in her eyes the love she had for me. A few days before she was called to Heaven, she hugged me as tight as her strength would allow, held me close, and said, “I love you so much my Baby Girl.”
    No matter how old you are, you always are your mother’s baby girl or boy. I feel I should share with each of you …. my sisters and brother won’t like this but mom also told me that I am and have always been her favorite! Please make sure to tell those you love that you love them EVERY CHANCE YOU GET. You don’t know what God has in store next.
    As said in 2 Corinthians 4:16, “This is the reason we do not give up. Our human body is wearing out. But our spirits are getting stronger every day.” I love you, Mommy, and I do not know how I will make it here on earth without you but don’t worry because I will see you again one day. Rest in Peace, my mother, my best friend, my beautiful angel. I know you are watching over us every day. Love your baby girl, Heather

  2. Thinking about you and your family during this difficult time. Praying for your mom and the family.

  3. Oh how I will miss my dear friend. She regularly sent Scriptures to me. So many times they were just the right word from God that I needed to hear. I’m so very thankful that I will see her again…in the meantime I will try to be the blessing to someone else that she always was to me. Love and prayers for you all, Frank, Heather, Peter, Eileen and Monica.

  4. To the Family of: MarySue Therese Jones, My wife, Trista and I (Jack) Holmberg, want to express our deepest sympathy and condolences to the Family, Friends and loved ones. Our connection is to MarySue’s Grandson, is Matt Warman, who is a great asset and an energetic and highly skilled young man. To that extent, I would believe that his Grandmother is one of his influencers and has touched his life in a positive way. From reading comments, of MarySue sharing bible verses to friends ensures me that as her spirit has left her body, “She is present with the Lord.”

  5. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I pray for your peace and comfort knowing that your mom will always be with you.

  6. We Love you and we will miss you more than anyone will ever know. No one but us will ever know the strength and courage that surrounded us through you, your daily verses you strength to carry on and your humor. I will never forget the days where we sat around and talked for hours. Sue yours and Franks friendship meant and still means the world to me. I have lost a great spirit to our Father in Heaven and I know that you are smiling down on us. Sue my sister and Frank my brother always know that I Love you Both. My Deepest and Most Heart felt Condolences.

  7. Paul and I want to convey our deepest heart felt sympathy to you and your entire Family.
    Heather we know how much you loved your Mom Sue and how devoted you were to her.
    May your Mom rest in peace and we are sure she will be watching over you from heaven.
    Love you Heather.

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