Max Thomas “Tom” Jones II, 65, of Marshall, IL passed away in his sleep July 8, 2020 at his home. Tom was born October 29, 1954 in Terre Haute, IN, the son of Max T. and Hilda B. Low Jones, who both preceded him in death. After graduating high school, he served this nation in the U.S. Navy from 1973 to 1979. He was formerly the maintenance supervisor of the Metro Church of Edmond, OK, where his responsibilities included the supervision of the maintenance of the building, the grounds, and the overall maintenance of the facility. He was a faithful and devoted member of the First Christian Church of Marshall and was very active with the Marshall Food and Clothing Bank. Tom was an enthusiastic handyman and enjoyed working on personal projects and helping others by employing those skills. He was respected by all because of his genuine faith, sincerity, and selflessness, providing optimism and support to anyone in need. He will always be remembered for his immense kindness, great conversations, and the love he had for his friends and family. Surviving are his children, Naomi Heyboer and her husband Jon of Grand Rapids, MI, Carl Jones and his wife Bertina of Allegan, MI, Daniel Jones and his wife, Rachel Eversole-Jones of Charleston, IL and Stephen Jones of Grand Rapids, MI; grandchildren, Elizabeth McKenzie, James McKenzie, and Isaac Heyboer, all of Grand Rapids, MI, and Brooklyn Jones and Asher Jones of Charleston, IL; a brother, Terry Jones and his wife Julie of Tulsa, OK; former wife Valerie Jones of Martinsville, IL; an uncle, Sam Jones and his wife, Angela of St. Louis, MO; two nephews, one niece , and several cousins. A private graveside service for family will be held 10:00 AM Saturday, July 18 at Marshall Cemetery with Bro. Gary Pruitt officiating. Military graveside rites will be accorded by Clark Co. Post #90 of the American Legion and Post #5975 of the VFW. At 11:00 AM a public celebration of life service will be held at Jones Memorial Park, 502 S. Michigan Ave. in Marshall. Covid-19 guidelines will be followed. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the First Christian Church in Marshall. Online condolences are being accepted at pearcefuneralservices.com.