John Glover Jones, 95, of Brady, died Monday, Jan. 21 in a private nursing home in Brady. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 10 a.m. at Leatherwood Memorial Chapels in Brady, Rev. Brian Wiggins officiating. Burial followed in Live Oak Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22 (today) at Leatherwood Memorial Chapels. Pallbearers will be Mark Jones, Clay Jones, Grant Jones, Steve Locke, Don Neal and Frank Roddie. Born March 25, 1906 in Hamilton County, he was the son of W. Lee Jones and Nannie (Ligon) Jones. He married Oma Willoughby on Jan. 26, 1930 in Brady. He later married Maxine White in May of 1988 in Brady. He was a rancher, a member of the Brady Presbyterian Church where he served as a Deacon and Elder. He moved to Brady in 1926 when his father opened the Buick dealership. Survivors include his wife, Maxine White Jones of Brady and Dallas; two sons, Billy Jones and wife, Diane, of Brady and Johnny Jones and wife, Doris, also of Brady; a brother, Thomas L. Jones and wife, Laurene, of Rogers, Ark., four grandchildren, Liane Locke of Lubbock, Mark Jones of Menard, Clay Jones of Brady and Grant Jones of Mason; five great-grandchildren, Landry and Lauren Locke of Lubbock, Zachary and Martha Jones of Brady and J.C. Jones of Menard; and stepchildren, Claude and Talbot White and Paula Folsom, all of Dallas. He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Oma, and a sister, Roxie McInnis.