Obituaries

Terry Glenn Jones

August 12, 1957 - February 8, 2021

Terry Glenn Jones, 63, of Genoa and formerly of St. Charles passed away suddenly Monday, February 8, 2021 at Kishwaukee Hospital in DeKalb.  Terry was born August 12, 1957 in Elgin, IL the son of Lloyd and Wilma (Wilman) Jones. 

Terry grew up in St. Charles and wrestled throughout high school.  Terry proudly served his country for over thirty years in the United States Navy both active and reserves.  He was employed for many years at the City of Saint Charles Public works until his retirement in 2016.  During retirement he enjoyed playing golf, horseshoes, bowing, and hunting.  He also loved his vacations to the Dakota’s and Florida.   

He is survived by his son Lloyd Jones; his father Lloyd Jones; two brothers Kyle Jones, and Glenn Jones; a niece Kristen Jones and a nephew Jesse Jones. 

He is preceded in death by his mother Wilma. 

Visitation will be held 1:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. Sunday, February 14, 2021 at Moss-Norris Funeral Home, 100 South Third Street St. Charles, IL. 

Private committal services, military honors and burial will be held in Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, IL. 

Guest Book

  • Ross Wiegert Rest in peace, TJ. I am thankful I was able to work with you, and your father, (although different departments) for so many years. I will always remember your kindness and great sense of humor. You always "told it like it is", which I greatly appreciated! Lloyd, I am so sorry for your loss...an outstanding son. My condolences to the entire family.
  • Don Henry Terry was a good man. Our condolences to the family. I worked with TJ for many years and he was hard working and had a great sense of humor.
  • Fred Flasher Terry was on our wrestling team when in high shool. He went with us on several river trips. I knew him as a hard working guy you could depend upon.
  • Barbara Morris Terry was a dear friend to me and my husband Randy Morris (deceased). Such a hard worker and loyal friend. He would do anything to help others and could always be counted on for whatever one needed. You will be missed deeply Terry. Rest in peace buddy.
  • Kathy Livernois Lamkin I am grateful to have known TJ. We had many laughs together and especially enjoyed our times at Special Olympic golf outings where he was so generous. I miss your smile and your laugh. Rest In Peace.
  • Howard & Kim Griffiths Terry was my oldest cousin on Moms side of the family. Always had fun when together. Still at a loss for words...Dear Cousin Terry...You will be missed...Love forever. Give Grandma Sue & Grandpa Martin, Wilma, Melva, George, Gene great big hugs from us. Condolences to all of your Family & Friends.......
  • Mike and Alice Litrterick This was such a big shock. Terry is a nephew of ours. His mom was my sister. He was such an awesome human being. He was a big military man and one of the best nephews a person could have. We have so many fond memories of him and his family. We will greatly miss him. Love you Terry and you will always be in our hearts. Prayers and special thoughts to the Jones family.
  • Doris Wetter You will surely be missed Terry. I will be praying for the family. God bless
  • Kevin L Denison I grew up with Terry. Lost touch after high school. he was a good guy then and am sure he grew to be a good man. his family is in my prayers.
  • Mona Magnuson We are so very saddened to hear of Terry’s passing. He was such a great guy, hard worker and true American. He dedicated a huge portion of his life in the military protecting us. We so enjoyed his visits here to Wyoming, it was so fun watching him get such enjoyment out of his new found love of hunting. His personality and his huge belly laugh will be missed at our Jones Reunions. We send our love, thoughts and prayers to his family. RIP cuz, we will miss you terribly. Don and Mona Magnuson