Friends and Neighbors,
Many of you know and have worked with Mary Jones, Glen’s wife, as a realtor and friend. Glen and Mary created The Fountains at Raintree Lake from a bare piece of land. Mary passed away Friday, February 3rd. We wanted to share her obituary with you.
Mary Ann Jones, 69 of Lee’s Summit, MO graduated from this life to her eternal home early Friday morning, February 3, 2023 at KU Medical Center. Mary fought a fierce battle with pancreatic cancer for over four months, although she had been ill the last couple of years.
Mary spent her life helping people. She was a Senior Sales Executive with Reece Nichols most recently but had also been licensed with Eugene D. Brown and All American over her long career. Mary had served as a Branch Real Estate Broker with Eugene D. Brown.
Mary and her husband Glen built out and sold several subdivisions in Lee’s Summit and Raymore. It was not unusual for clients to become friends because of the care and attention given to each one.
Mary also operated her own bakery in Raymore for many years during her children’s school years, in the Pine Street Shopping Center.
Mary joins her mother, Anna Mae Clark and her brother, Rev. Ralph Clark in Eternity.
She is survived by her loving husband of twenty-five years, Glen H. Jones of the home; her father, Johnnie Clark of Lee’s Summit; two sons, Joel Davis (Aimee) of Grain Valley, MO and Jon Davis (Amie), of Lee’s Summit, MO, her daughter Melissa Helm (Monte) Brighton, England and her cherished four-legged fluff ball, Rocket. Mary’s six grandchildren cherished their “Nana”; Tristan, Cole, Greyson, Clark, Myles and Vivian.
Mary’s many friends and extended family will also hold tightly to the memories of this Child of God that was, that is, and shall ever be, Mary Ann Jones.
Arrangements for Celebration of Life: Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd Street
Lee’s Summit, MO. 64063
Visitation: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Celebration of Life to follow at 6:00 p.m.
Envelopes will be available for those that would like to donate to Wayside Waifs in memory of Mary’s life-long love of pets.
Purple was Mary’s favorite color and Butterflies were her symbol of life. Let’s fill the space with purple and butterfly apparel to celebrate her HOME.