Thomas Glenn Jenkins

thomas jenkins

March 27, 1935 ~ August 10, 2023

Born in: Warren, Arkansas
Resided in: Stone Mountain, Georgia

Thomas Glenn Jenkins, 88, departed this life on August 10, 2023, in Stone Mountain, GA. He was born March 27, 1935 in Warren Arkansas the son of Claude Columbus Jenkins and Fannie Marks Jenkins, who preceded him in death. Also, preceding in death sisters: Opal Anderson, Suedean Broughton, Pauline Draper.
Brothers: Leonard Jenkins, James Jenkins, Claude Jenkins Jr.

He received his formal education and graduated from the Warren School system. After graduating, he worked and moved to Chicago

While in Chicago he soon married Mary Lee Washington and he joined Western Electric as a Communications worker. He also joined The Communications Workers of America Local 3263 as proud member.

In 1985, he moved to the Atlanta area with Western Electric, which later became AT&T. In 1998 after many years of service, Thomas G. Jenkins retired from the company after 34 years of service.

Thomas Glenn Jenkins enjoyed life and Football, Carpentry, Auto-Racing, Boxing and Bicycles.

He leaves to cherish his loving memory:
Daughter: Sharon Glennette Rice of Harvest, AL,
Son: Derrick Glenn Jenkins (Yonnine) of California, Daughter: Monique Jemmett (Nigel) PemBury, Kenk UKBrothers: Doyle Jenkins, Lincoln Jenkins
Sisters: Geraldine Hutchins, Dorothy Beasley, Paulette Jacobs, Julia (Mae) Jensen, Helen Boswell
A host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and many, many dear friends.


Visitation: August 17, 2023 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, GA 30083


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  1. CandleImage Sending our sincere condolences. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr.Jenkins through a good friend (Slyvester) after attending a party at his home. Mr. Jenkins hospitality was remarkable; it made me feel like I had known him for years. I also got the pleasure of meeting his lifelong girlfriend who is also very remarkable. I send my heartfelt condolences to her as well. 
    Ms. Parker and Family

  2. CandleImageMr. Jenkins was one of the nicest people you would want to know. He was warm, considerate, and compassionate to all that he came in contact with him. I met him through my brother Sylvester, and I became family to him. He would always take good care of you if you went to visit him or just hung around him. My brother thought the world of him and esteemed him as a father figure. The last time I got to visit Mr. Jenks (as I called him), he was smiling and so happy to see me. I also had the pleasure of meeting his very kind girlfriend, who treated me with a warm and welcoming spirit. He left his mark on all that he knew him and will be, surely missed. Rest Well Mr. Jenks, as your memory lives on in our hearts. Sending heartfelt condolences to his family & loved ones

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