James Henry Jones IV Henry Jones, long-time resident of Victor, ID, passed away on April 12, 2022, while battling cancer. Born in Bitburg, Germany and raised in Columbia, Tennessee, Henry ventured to Jackson, WY with cousin Rob Scott after graduating from the University of Memphis. Although his bachelor’s degree was from Memphis, he considered himself a University of Tennessee Volunteer after spending the majority of his college years in Knoxville, TN. Henry started working at an early age, loading and driving beer trucks for his grandfather and father at Columbia Mid-State Distributing. He enjoyed telling stories of all the people he met and worked with in the wholesale beer business. Henry was a hard worker. His career started at the Jackson State Bank as a teller moving to United Bancorporation of Wyoming where he worked his way up to Vice President and Controller. He then worked for Wells Fargo, Zion’s Bank, and Bank of Jackson Hole. Outside of banking, you might have found him building a deck or working an excavator to help a friend. He never lost his appreciation of an honest day’s labor. He loved music, skiing fresh snow, fishing, hunting, rafting the Snake River, and being outdoors in the beautiful Teton Valley. Henry married Hayden Carr and settled in Victor, ID where she started Festive Living. Although they eventually divorced, their two children were the greatest joy in his life. He loved them with all he had. Together they spent time riding motorcycles and bikes, camping, and skiing. Henry enjoyed watching them play hockey and soccer. For the past year, he dated Monica McNamee of Jackson, WY. Even through his illness, he lit up whenever she entered the room. He is survived by his sons, Woods and Gray Jones of Victor, ID, his parents, Martha and Chipper Jones of Columbia, TN, sister Kadi Jones her husband Eric Jackson of Nashville, TN, brother Brooks Jones and his wife Leigh Jones, and their three children of Columbia, TN, girlfriend Monica McNamee of Jackson, WY, Hayden Jones, the mother of his children, several aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He was the godfather to Eliza Krugh of Wilson, WY. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made in Henry’s name to the Teton Valley Foundation (https://tetonvalleyfoundation.org/donate/) where Henry served as treasurer or a charity of your choice. The family would like to extend a special thanks to the Huntsman Cancer Institute. A celebration of Henry’s life will be held on Sunday, April 24 from 2-5 pm at Antrim, 2759 Pulaski Hwy, Columbia, TN 38401. An additional celebration will be planned this summer in Teton Valley. Condolences may be extended online at www.oakesandnichols.com.