Mr. Eulan Jones

July 3, 1928September 27, 2020
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Eulan Jones was born July 3, 1928 in Kaufman County, Texas to parents George Floyd Jones and Della (Venable) Jones and entered eternal rest on September 27, 2020 in Kemp, Texas at the age of 92. Eulan moved to Dallas were he got his first job at the now historic Murray Gin Company. He later went to work for Cain furniture where with experience from there he was able to open his own furniture store. He later opened the Southern Club on Military Parkway in Dallas. In 1967 Eulan started doing what he was known for...shoeing horses. For 43 years he shoed horses all over Kaufman, Dallas, Henderson, Van Zant, and other counties. In 1988 he established G and J Auction. He loved playing in junk, going to junk sales, auctions and being an auctioneer. Eulan enjoyed gardening where he grew nice produce to give to his friends and neighbors. Eulan was Baptist by faith and was a member of Pleasant Grove Riding Club, Kemp Riding Club, Swinging 16, Kaufman Co. Sheriff's Posse and Auctioneer Association. He was a extraordinary man that will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Eulan was preceded in death by his: parents; wife Ava Nell Jones; sister Floydell Jones; brothers: Lewis Jones; Bill Jones and Waylon Jones; stepdaughter Cheryl Hinds and son-in-law Jerry Thompson. He is survived by his: daughter Pam Jones of Kemp; grandson Brandon Greenhaw and Brandi of Kemp; son Mike Rankin and Sharon of Kemp; daughter Debbie Thompson of Kemp; son Bobby Stark and Alison of Kaufman; grandchildren: Kim Minzenmayer of Kemp; Jeremy Thompson and Mickie of Kaufman; Mikie Rankin of Kemp; Parker Rankin of Kemp; Michelle Markham of Kemp; Terra Cvellar of Kemp, Matt Hinds of Port Lavaca; Holly Hinds of Kemp; Aaron Stark of Kemp; Casey Stark of Kemp; sisters-in-laws: Trudy Sweeney of Dallas' Jackie Sweeney of Rockwall and Judy Riggs of Macomb, OK; a host of: great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; friends and neighbors.


  • Visitation Service

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020


Mr. Eulan Jones

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Gail Collett

October 29, 2020

Sweet Pam, I just read of your fathers passing. I am so sorry for your loss. I pray God is comforting you at this time, as only he can. Eulan was an Icon around Kemp. It won't be the same without him. He will be sorely missed. Love, peace and comfort to all your family.

Linda Davis

September 30, 2020

Pam, so saddened to read Eulan had passed away. Will always remember him from the Kemp Rodeo Club. A one of a kind who made a huge imprint and one who will be missed.
David and Linda (Bateman) Davis

Tresa Thomson

September 30, 2020

He will be missed very much. So kind and friendly always smiling welcomed Fern Real Estate to Kemp. He would always stop by and check on me. Fly high my friend.

kim baty

September 29, 2020

He was a nice man to know. He will be missed by many!

Belinda Greenhaw

September 29, 2020

Eulan was a wonderful, kind man! He always was smiling or laughing! We will all miss him. Our love to his special family ❤️

Kim Roulias

September 29, 2020

I always remember Mr Jones from the cakewalk at the Aley picnic. My deepest sympathies to the family.

James Godwin

September 29, 2020

Our most sincere condolences to you Pam and Brandon and to the rest of your family. Eulan was a very unique person and a friend of our family for years. He was a special friend to my grandfather Dugan Dosier. Eulan used to shoe our horses when I was a kid and he amazed me how he could handle just about any horse. Loved riding horses with him in the river bottom. He was a giant of a man with a giant heart. Our prayers to you all. ❤️

Marlene DeRossett

September 29, 2020

I and my children are so sorry for the loss of Eulan. He was a unique man. He loved to help. Sometimes he mowed for us when my husband was sick. He was a good neighbor and a great supporter of the community. He will be missed. Our hearts go out to the family. Love from the DeRossetts.

Ronald McMillan

September 29, 2020

when my aunt Billie Jo passed away I will never forget Eulan crossed the street to my aunt Billie Jo's when she passed away one morning. He knocked on the door and came in. He took off his cowboy hat and held it to his chest. He then started to cry. I will never forget that day as long as I live. It was a very sad moment.
he loved my aunt Billie Jo. once again I will never forget. Eulan was a very good man, and he loved people for sure. My prayers are with Eulan and all his family. Kemp has lost a great man. He was a pillar of that community. I know I will never forget him

Wayne Tackett

September 29, 2020

He would always ride his lawnmower across Tolosa Rd to visit me and see how I was doing. Kind gentleman always friendly.

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