Marvin Gene “Junior” Jones, Jr.

Marvin Gene Jones, Jr. “Junior”
January 28, 1980 – October 22, 2018

Junior Jones, Jr., 38, of Bremond, passed away on Monday, October 22, 2018, in Bremond. His family will receive guests beginning at 6pm for a visitation followed by a 7pm on Tuesday, October 30th, Memorial Service, at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

Junior was born January 28, 1980, to Marvin Gene Jones and Deborah Louise Hines in Bryan, Texas. He loved spending time with his children and other family members. He was always willing to bring out his guitar and play and sing, including songs he had written himself.

Junior is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Wayne Hines and Doris Hines, of Bremond; his paternal grandfather, Doyle Jones; his uncle Kenneth Jones, of Bryan.

Junior is survived by his children Tyler, Lane, Dylan, and Kylee, all of Bryan; his devoted mother, Deborah Louise Hines Pruett, of Bremond; his father, Marvin Gene Jones and Donna, of Bryan; paternal grandmother, Alice Lindeman, of Bryan; his brother, Jeffery and wife Nicole Jones, of College Station; his sister Carrie and husband Rob Rudolph, of Three Rivers; his half-sisters, Laura and husband Jason Masters, Stephani Jones and husband Milburn Green, of Bryan, step brother, Robert and wife Cassey Staten, of College Station, step sisters, Jackie and husband Keith Chisum, of Deanville, and Shalee Russell, of Bryan; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

His loving and generous soul will be missed by all, but never forgotten.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Robertson County Cowboy Church, or to a Children’s Charity in Memory of Junior Jones.

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  1. I am so sorry to hear about Juniors passing !! It is so sad ,and just so tragic ,so young so full of life ,just talked to him a few months ago, talking about when he would come over to our house and play the guitar and we would sing ,play dominoes,and play poker,go mudding in the jeep ,he was so much fun ,loved him ,I will miss him so much,and I know his family will miss him to,again so sorry for your loss and prayers to the Jones family

  2. Prayers to the whole huge family. Jr. was loved by a lot of people. Family, friends, coworkers, endless siblings and cousins, his babies. All of us loved Jr. his humor, his smile, his love of life and music. He had an ability to also help people even though he was nervous about trying. He helped me a lot over the years during different periods of issues. I had the honor of knowing him for a huge portion of my life. I will never forget the last conversation that we had, along with the last joke he made, and the last hug he gave to me. RIP Jr. show the angels how we honky tonk down here in our neck of the woods..

  3. I would appreciate if you add “Laura Jones” and “Stephani Jones” as his half sisters as well. Thanks!!!

  4. So sorry for the sudden loss of Jr. I am an old friend of his. He was a special person and will be missed by many. Praying for all of his family members ❤

  5. I will forever miss hearing u sing and play..u would make up ur own words to some old country..remeber how cute and bratty little brother u was were and grew up acting like a older brother to me…i will miss you and love u dearly little brother

  6. So sorry to hear about your Brother , Stephanie . My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family .

  7. Jr you were an awesome nephew
    Gone too soon…your babies meant the world to you..I was so proud of you when I heard you had given your life to the Lord..your Mom and Dad will always kindle that sweet special spot in their hearts and loads of fun and sweet memories they have of you…go fly high with the angels of our Lord and Master. Love you
    Aunt Patsy

  8. I loved jr like a brother. He was my roommate at Hodges for 7/8 years. My whole family had met him and thought alot of him . He called me Gabby . We had a million great life times together. No days will go by without thinking of him . I ask him when we first met if he’d ever received Jesus. I set him up with a preacher and I can promise Jesus is in him and he will be in heaven. I’m truly sorry to all his family and close friends that this happened. I will say I heard him serval times speak of his mom and dad and brothers and sister.. And numerios cousins , aunts uncles and grand parents. And a lot of close friends. And every single day I heard him talk about his kids , he loves them big time , along with everyone else.

  9. Our prayers are with Marvin, Debby, and family. We know what it is like to lose one of your kids. Just keep your faith in God and understand that he is now in a much better place with Jesus.

  10. In some ways I didn’t know JR for awhile however sometimes it Seemed like a long time. He was a good friend and a good neighbor. He’s already missed greatly.

  11. I did not know junior well. Only met him a couple times through a mutual friend. He seemed to be a very kind and thoutful person. I know his mother, Debbie spoke highly of him. In recent years he’d found comfort in the Lords word, I’m greatful for that, proud for him. I’d like to say to the family that time will ease your pain, but he will never be forgotten. He holds a special place in all our hearts

  12. I am so very sorry to hear of Jr’s passing. Jr and I went to school together for many years and still kept in touch throughout Facebook and such thru the years. He was a great guy with a one of a kind personality. He will be greatly missed. I am praying for his family, especially his children, whom he loved dearly. Rest in paradise old buddy….


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