In Loving Memory Of WAYNE R. JONES Born July 25, 1924 Shelby County, Iowa Entered Into Rest April 9, 2011 Logan, Iowa Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 12, 2011 St. Annes Catholic Church – Logan, Iowa Celebrant Father Mike Berner Organist Vicki Koenig Vocalist Maysen Jones Selections Grandpa In The Garden On Eagles Wings Amazing Grace No Secret What God Can Do Johnny Cash Honorary Bearers Ray Lyman Tim Buckley Murlyn Ronk Jaime Jones Shannon Jones Pam Coughlin Stacey Rudolfi Julie Morrison Rebecca Jones Casket Bearers Tim Jones Jason Jones Jeff Jones Jeremy Jones Nicholas Jones Kelly Morrison Chris Coughlin Rommy Rudolfi Final Resting Place Dunlap Cemetery Dunlap, Iowa WAYNE R. JONES, age 86, of Logan, Iowa passed away Saturday, April 9, 2011 at his home. Wayne was born July 25, 1924 in Shelby County, Iowa to Harry and Neva (Fouts) Jones. Wayne graduated from High School in Dunlap, Iowa. He was married to Regina Brummer, February 20, 1946 at St. Patricks Catholic Church in Dunlap. They farmed south of Dunlap and moved to the farm near Magnolia in 1957, then moved to Logan in 2007. Wayne farmed, worked for the Logan ASC Office for many years, and Vulcan Industries for twenty-five years. Wayne loved animals! dogs, sheep, cats and horses, especially his horses Santan and Blaze. Survivors include his wife: Regina Jones of Logan, Iowa; sons: Ronald Jones and Sally Smith of Omaha, Nebraska; Kenneth Jones and wife Carla of Logan, Iowa; Larry Jones and wife Jean Ann of Blair, Nebraska; sisters: Wanda Weber of Dow City, Iowa; Patricia Vanderford of Lincoln, Nebraska; nine grandchildren and nineteen great-grandchildren. Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Pauline Wilkins and Nadene Probasco. A Wake Service will be held at 6:00 p.m. Monday with family visitation to follow until 8:00 p.m. at the Logan Memorial Chapel in Logan, Iowa. The family would like to invite everyone to a time of lunch and fellowship at the Logan Community Center immediately following the Mass at Church. The family request memorials to the Museum of Religious Arts.