Annelle Headden Jones

Born on April 1, 1931

Departed on January 15, 2010 and resided in Nashville, TN

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JONES, Annelle H. age 78 of Nashville, passed away on Friday afternoon, January 15, 2010. Her unconditional love, her grace, her radiant smile and gentle spirit will be missed. She was born on April 1, 1931, daughter of the late Kelly and Camilla Headden. She is preceded in death by her husband, John B. Jones; brothers, Wilbur Headden, Broeck Headden and Norvel Headden. She is survived by her children, Pamela Wendell Barnett, Timothy Burrow, Steven Burrow; step-children, David Sylvia Johnson, Larry Johnson, John Linda Jones and Martha Raymond Coombs; grandchildren, Whitney Barnett, Todd Barnett, John-Michael Burrow, Raymond Coombs, Katye Coombs and Jenna Coombs. Visitation will be on Tuesday from 4-7 pm and on Wednesday from 12-1 pm at Brenthaven Cumberland Presbyterian Church 516 Franklin Rd. Brentwood, TN. 37027. A celebration of life service will be on Wednesday at 1 pm at the church; burial will follow in the Woodlawn Memorial Park on Thompson Ln. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Brenthaven Cumberland Presbyterian Church building fund or Odyssey VistaCare Hospice Foundation online donation to www.ovhf.org. HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 9090 HWY 100, 646-9292

2 Comments to Annelle Headden Jones

  1. Butch and Dorothy Jones
    January 18, 2010 12:00 am

    Dear Family
    There are so Many sweet Memories of Annelle. Just remember her beautiful smile and that she LOVED you all as her precious Family.

    Annelle was a winner and she was the John’s dearest.

    God Bless you all.
    Butch and Dorothy

  2. Patricia Leslie
    March 29, 2010 12:00 am

    I only knew Mrs. Jones for one short afternoon when I was blessed by about 60 moments with her and her daughter, Pam. She was a lovely person whose face gleamed with sincerity and happiness, being with her daughter on a trip last Easter to Washington, D.C. She smiled often and although we had to walk several blocks, she made no complaints, enjoying the time to see springtime colors in Washington and to be with Pam.