Mildred Jones (2-8-20) service 2-16-20

Mildred Sue “Ma Sue” Franks Jones, of Savannah, was born in Lutts on Feb. 17, 1935, the daughter of the late Henry Caywood and Nora Iona May Franks.
On Sept. 11, 1948, she was united in marriage to Louie Hillard Jones, who survives.
Mildred had worked for Savannah Manufacturing, Hardin County Board of Education and Brown Shoe Company. She was a member of Savannah Church of Christ and Woodmen of the World. In her spare time Mildred enjoyed crocheting, quilting, gardening, canning and working in her flowers.  Her greatest joy was talking to family and friends on the phone and preparing Sunday lunch for family and friends.
She departed this life on Saturday, Feb. 8, in Savannah, at the age of 84 years, 11 months and 22 days.
In addition to her husband of 71 years, Louie Hillard Jones of Savannah, Mildred is survived by her children, Linda Davis and her husband Larry of Savannah,  Maxie Jones and his wife Paula of Pickwick Dam and Regina Thomas and her husband Ricky of Jackson, Tennessee; grandchildren, Lori Anne Harris and her husband John and their children, Chandler Davis Harris, Delaney Addison Harris and Cooper Dawson Harris, Chad Davis and his wife Mandy and their children, Cortlynn Rachel Davis and Audrey Cate Davis, Chris Jones and his wife Ginny and their children, Jaycee Kay Jones, and Alexis “Lexi” Kate Jones, Amber Thomas, Clint Jones and his wife Twylla and their daughter, Willa Kate Jones, and Amy Hunt and her husband Cameron and their children, Henry Paul Hunt and Thomas Grady Hunt; sister, Robbie Hall of Savannah.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three sisters, Bessie Tharp, Gladys Harmon and Birdie Gillmore; and 13 brothers, Joe Franks, William Franks, Samuell O’Dell Franks, Warren Gene Franks, Grady Franks, Lawerance Franks, Carmack Franks, Corbin Franks, Kermit Franks, Elmer Franks, Clifford Franks Jesse Franks and Archie Franks.
Services will be held on Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 p.m., at Church of Christ in Savannah with Lance Foster, Howard Rogers and Barry Binion officiating. Burial will follow in Memory Gardens at Savannah.
Memorial donations may be made to Savannah Church of Christ Youth Ministry, Pickwick Church of Christ or Freed Hardeman University-Charley Cherry Scholarship Fund.