Brunswick GA / Warrensburg NY:
Thomas Christopher Jones 49, passed away on December 12,2019 in Brunswick Georgia.
Born on March 10, 1970 to Robert and Mary Ellen Jones. Tom grew up in Yorktown Heights NY and moved to Warrensburg NY where he attended St. Mary’s school and completed his senior year at Warrensburg Central High School. He went on to further his education at SUNY Plattsburgh graduating with a bachelor of science in business management.
After years in the north-country making friends and memories, Tom moved to Brunswick Georgia where he met the love of his life, Michelle Henderson. They raised their three beautiful children, Andrew, Adam and Abigail. They were the center of Toms world.
After many years of working in the Ruby Tuesday’s organization as a general manager for multiple locations, Tom chose to start his own restaurant chain and The Millhouse Steakhouse was launched. He owned and operated 4 of them from Brunswick GA to Jacksonville FL. During his career, Tom also opened the Copper Pig BBQ, Costal Reserve, Bentley Services, Springfield Inn and Suites and other support companies in the food service industry. Tom was a highly successful businessman and a well- respected member of the community. His family will always be proud of his accomplishments and his love for family. He will be deeply missed by all of them.
Tom is predeceased by his parents Robert Jones and Mary Ellen Boudreau.
Tom is survived by his loving wife Michelle, sons Andrew and Adam and daughter Abigail; Sisters Theresa (Leigh) Strasser, Susan (Robin) Seneff, Elizabeth Schuster, Ann Quigley; brothers Robert Jones, Christopher (Kristine) Jones and George Boudreau; sisters and brothers in law Jill and Jody Ridlehoover, Samantha and Sam Ray, mother and father in law, James and Brenda Henderson, countless nieces and nephews and cousins and his loving dogs Rusty and Harley and cats thunder and misty.
There will be a Mass with intentions for Tom at 10 am Sunday January 5, 2020 St. Cecilia’s RC Church, 3802 Main St., Warrensburg.
Please visit www.alexanderfh.net for online guestbook, condolences and directions.