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Joseph “Joe” Anthony Jones, 55, of Savannah, Georgia, passed away Sunday morning, March 27, 2022, at his home.

Born in Savannah, Georgia, he was a son of Anthony David Jones and the late Louise Priscilla LeMay. Joe enjoyed playing golf and was a big fan of the Georgia Bulldogs and the Atlanta Falcons. He was a talented builder and worked for several years as the chief engineer at the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn. Joe was very family oriented, always putting the needs of others before his own. A favorite, especially to his nieces and nephews. He will be deeply missed.

In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his uncle, Mark LeMay, a gold and silver medal winner in golf at the Special Olympics.

Survivors include his brother, Charles “Chuck” Alan Jones and his wife, Hope; step-brother, Michael Horne; father, Anthony “Tony” David Jones and his wife Marsha; nieces, Courtney Munoz, Lauren Kaapa, Kathryn Roy, Priscilla Jones; nephew, Anthony Jones; great-nieces, Aubrey, Ellie, Emma, Scarlett; great-nephews, Landon, Ryland, Caiden.

The family would like to extend their gratitude to Aunt Denise “Der” and Uncle Roger “Rog” for their care and consideration of Joe and his family.

The family will receive friends from 2 until 3 o’clock Saturday, April 2, 2022, at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

Remembrances: Hospice Savannah – Post Office Box #13190, Savannah, Georgia 31416-0190.

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  1. Pam Gray says:

    To the Jone and Lemay families you have my deepest sympathy and prayers.I will miss “TJ’s” kindness ans laughter. God rest his soul

  2. Lynne Henley says:

    Joey I know you are in a better place. Free of pain and suffering. I bet your Mom and Herbie was waiting at the gates to greet you. Even though its been years since we were together, you will ALWAYS have a special place in my heart. I have peace knowing that you knew that.
    Marsha, Tony, Chuck, Hope and family, you are in my prayers. If I can do anything I am a phone call away. I love ya’ll so much!

  3. Laura Caldwell says:

    My deepest condolences. “TJ” was more than just a co-worker, he was like a big brother. He looked after us all. His kindness and laughter will be missed. I’m blessed to have known him. He was a true gentleman. And he taught me everything I know about football! I love you buddy. May the angels embrace you. Rest well.

  4. Courtney and Ellie Munoz says:

    Uncle Joe, you were the man and will always be the man! We miss you so much and there is a giant hole in all of our hearts! Things won’t be the same but we take peace in knowing you are with Jesus and your Momma! I wish we could hug you one more time. You gave the best hugs! Ellie wants to hold your hand just once more. We love you so much, always and forever.

  5. Donald and Phyllis Smith says:

    Our deepest sympathy for the whole Jones family We pray for all to have peace at this time. Joey will be missed at the family gatherings. We are praying for you all. Sending love and hugs

  6. The hokie Davis family says:

    Joey and Chuck, what great memories and friends you both are. You will be missed my friend. Joey, condolences and prayers to the family. Love you all! Hokie

  7. Sonny Nabors says:

    My deepest sympathy for the loss of Joey.
    Prayers go out to the family.

  8. Butch willis says:

    Tony and Marsha I am so sorry for y’all’s loss if there’s anything I can do please let me know rip Joey Jones

  9. Gina Ellrod &Nicholas McDuffee says:

    RIP Joe , a wonderful person and Friend. Thank you for always watching out for Gary. You will be sadly miss.

  10. Priscilla “your niece” says:

    Unk…… My heart, there are no words…. My mind, thoughtless…. You will never be gone in my eyes. You are a fabulous, and a rockstar uncle. You know many say I look a lot like you. We do the same stuff, we play golf, we listen to that awesome rock music, a little motley crew never hurt no one. I am blessed to have shared many memories with you, you taking me to the beach, taking me shopping, eating Oreos and drinking milk with pepa…. You’ve held my hand through so much. And I’m happy to say I held yours through this tough time. I know grandma was waiting on her big teddy bare to come home. I will love you always and never forget the times we shared.

  11. Mary McAlister says:

    Having “TJ” join the team at the Savannah B&B was certainly one of the best decisions I ever made! His skill level was amazing in his carpentry, electrical, plumbing, building – you name it, he could do it! And having him live on the property so that he was available gave all of us a sense of security that one rarely finds. I enjoyed his laughter and playfulness and willingness to jump in and help whenever needed. You were well loved, my friend, and will be forever missed.

  12. Richard Hodges says:

    Dear Chuck and family of Joe Jones
    I’m going to miss Joe so much as a friend and helper in the construction field. Joe was always there when I needed him going to really miss Joe and his expertise.

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