Lucy Mae JonesJanuary 30, 1952 ~ July 5, 2020 (age 68)
I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any man eat of this bread, he shall live forever: and the bread that I will give is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world. John: 6:40.
Sister Lucy Mae Green Jones , as she was known, was born on January 30, 1952 to John Green, Sr. and Mable Turner Green in Alto, Louisiana. She was the youngest of all her siblings. Her parents, brothers; Lamar, Claude, John, and James, and sister; Nancy all preceded her in death.
Lucy Mae spent her earlier years in Alto, Louisiana. She attended Alto Elementary. In the mid 1960’s, her parents moved to Monroe, Louisiana. Lucy Mae completed her education in the Monroe City school district.
In high school, Lucy Mae met the love of her life. Willie Jones and Lucy Mae Green were married in Monroe, Louisiana in 1973. Their union was blessed with three beautiful and loving children.
While Willie pursued his career as a transporter, his desire was for his wife to provide a loving and nurturing home. Lucy Mae’s love for people would not leave her content with just sitting home. She brought her joy and positive attitude into the homes of many for over 30 years.
Lucy Mae was a pillar of the community. She was a known prayer warrior
on a national circuit. Minister Lucy Mae was a dedicated member of the Refuge Healing Ministries. She served as an Intercessor on the ministerial staff, and she was the administrator of the Hungry and Needy Program.
Forever cherishing her memory were her three children ; Shon Jenkins of Alexandria, Louisiana; Natasha Jones, and Willie Jones, Jr., of Monroe, Louisiana; one sister, Shirley Meeks, of Los Angles, California; two sister-in-law’s, Scottie Mae Smith and Cremo Reed, of Monroe, Louisiana; five grandchildren, Brittany, Kamari, Kyron, Jamarion, and Aiden; One great grandchild, Mason, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.