Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Chapel

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Glenda Jane Jones

June 17, 1939October 2, 2019

Glenda Jane (Winchell) Jones passed away peacefully in her home October 2, 2019. Glenda was born June 17, 1939 to Guy and Edith Winchell in Lyman, Nebraska. She is proceeded in death by her parents and two sisters, Virginia Jaggers and Lois Gisi. Glenda and her family moved to Denver, CO when she was two years old. They settled in Golden, CO when She was in Fifth grade, then moved again in 1955, her Junior year, to Elizabeth, CO. She attended Elizabeth High School and met the love of her life, Sherman Bradley ‘Brad’ Jones Jr., he was a senior and Glenda was a junior. The two high school sweethearts married August 30, 1957. They lived in Denver for a few years and then moved to Castle Rock in 1960 where they lived for 20 years. Glenda and Brad were involved with the Girl Scouts, Sports, local politics and community, town planning commission, library and service organizations. Glenda worked as a legal secretary for Howard Pine, Attorney in Castle Rock, CO. Glenda later operated a childcare center in her home for 10 years. She went back to school in 1974 receiving her Associates Degree in Court and Conference Reporting from Arapahoe Community College. Glenda worked for Diners Club as an Office Manager, for the Western Division Sales Director in Denver for 2 years. Glenda and husband Brad, then moved to Eagle, CO in 1981 where she worked as an Eagle County Court Clerk and then two years for the Eagle Valley Enterprise Newspaper. In 1987 Glenda and Brad moved to Saguache, CO. She was an Executive Secretary for the District Attorney’s office in Salida, CO. Glenda was also Coordinator for the Victim’s Assistant program. Glenda changed jobs now working as Office Manager for a 100,000-acre ranch in the San Luis Valley, near the Great Sand Dunes. In 1998, Glenda and Brad, went on a three-week trip to England with her sister Virginia and husband Bryan. In 1999 Glenda and Brad moved back to Elizabeth to take care of Brad’s mother, Vernice Jones. Glenda always enjoyed reading, loved musicals, researching the family history, and listening to music; especially her favorite Frank Sinatra. In 2007 during a medical emergency, she was asked “who currently is President?” Calmly and seriously she replied, “Frank Sinatra” Glenda is survived by her husband Sherman Bradley ‘Brad’ Jones Jr., her daughter Sheri & Paul Aspeslagh, her son Gary & Patti Jones, 6 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers the family ask that donations be made to La Puente, in Alamosa, CO.


25 October

Memorial Service & Reception

2:00 pm

New Hope Presbyterian Church

3737 New Hope Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109


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Kathleen Aspeslagh

October 18, 2019

Glenda had the sweetest smile and was always so happy and cheerful whenever we saw each other. She was a beautiful spirit and will be missed deeply by her family and friends. Many caring thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

Rest in Peace Glenda

Shari Moore

October 16, 2019

Glenda made me feel like I was always welcome when I was visiting with the family. I will miss her smile and her warmth. May you rest in peace.

Georgia Parker

October 15, 2019

Glenda was a great friend we had known each other since the Golden days and then we ran into each other again in Eagle County.
I began working in the sheriff's office in 1980 and been there a year when Brad and Glenda began there prestigious positions.

The following years were just wonderful getting to know Glenda all over again and learning about Brad. Both have been very gracious and loving to me and my son Craig.

Our prayers are with Brad and family.
Love forever friends
Georgia, Ralph and Craig

John Goetz

October 15, 2019

I met Brad and Glenda Jones when my wife and I were volunteers for their community’s local rodeo and I interviewed Brad for a history of the rodeo I was working on with my wife’s help. For a long time Brad continued the Jones family tradition of community service and support of the rodeo following in the footsteps of his father Sherman “Casey” Jones, a respected community leader. I wanted that to be recognized in the rodeo’s history. Glenda’s extensive family archives helped us fill in the holes in my narrative and gave us the information we needed to tell a complete story about the rodeo’s early history.

Glenda’s extensive family archives also made another story possible that I wanted to put together for the Jones Family. The story was about Brad’s great grandfather Albert H. Jones who was the Brigadier General of the Colorado National Guard and a U.S. Marshal for the Colorado District in the late 1880s, and a close friend of Buffalo Bill Cody. Glenda felt a special kinship with “The General’s” wife Isadore who kept her own extensive archives of her husband’s life and career. I remember Glenda talking about what a remarkable woman Isadore was and how much she admired her.

Over the years our acquaintance with Brad and Glenda stretched beyond our rodeo volunteer years and they became very good friends. Every time we walked in their front door we got a hug from Glenda and she always asked how we were doing, more interested in talking about us than about herself. That is one of the many things we loved about Glenda. She cared about others. And we loved that warm smile and that sparkle in her eyes. John and Margo Goetz

This photo is of Glenda in 2012 with great-grandchild Keifier Jones. Brad, Glenda, and Jones Family members, as well as other dignitaries, were invited to attend a special luncheon at the Saturday afternoon performance of their community’s rodeo.

Maryann (Miller) Garrimone

October 13, 2019

My prayers and thoughts are with Brad and the Family. It was a pleasure to get to know Brad and Glenda when I lived and worked at Eagle County. Glenda was so sweet, kind and sincere. A true friend. I will never forget her smiling face. May you rest in peace, Glenda.

Maryann (Miller) Garrimone

Donna Terrio

October 11, 2019

Although I was in Glenda's company just a handful of times, notably, on trips to Black Hawk with my mom, Sheri and Brad, she was always such a delight! A sweet lady with a smile at the ready! Dear family, please know that Greg, my mom, Polly, and I share in your loss.

Mary Samora

October 8, 2019

Glenda was an amazing woman whom I loved dearly. I worked with Brad at Saguache County. One year Glenda decided she wanted to go to The Ozarks but needed help convincing Brad. I started leaving little notes on Brad's desk like "Ozarks or Bust" and making comments like "the Ozarks would be the perfect place to vacation". With Glenda and I bombarding him, Brad finally gave in. Glenda got her trip to the Ozarks. When they returned, Brad admitted it was one of the best vacations they had taken. Of course, we all know Brad loved Glenda to the moon and back, he would do anything to make her eyes sparkle with joy. Glenda loved Brad to the moon and back also. They were a match made in heaven. Look in the night sky for the brightest star, that is Glenda watching over all that she loves. My love to Brad, Sherry and Gary.

Sharen De Lano

October 7, 2019

Glenda was a Lovely, Beautiful and Charming Mom and Wife. The families were lucky to have had her in their lives. She will be missed by Family and Friends. Sending my Sympathy and Love, Sharen

Joan Moody

October 7, 2019

Glenda was a beautiful lady that always had a smile on her face. I am so honored to have known her. I will always have happy memories of her. I love you all and wish you comfort now and always.

Joan Moody