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April 26th 2013 the world lost a legend when George Jones died at the age of 81. There has never been another artist quite like "The Possum" and I am pretty certain there will never be again. An artist that dominated the charts for decades was as talented as he was troubled. Jones' publicly began spiraling out of control and was more famous for his alcohol and drug adddiction than for making music. The industry had all but written him off until 1980 when he shocked everyone with the release of a song that would go on to be considered one of the "greatest country songs of all time"
Not long after that Jones would marry his fourth wife, Nancy Sepulvado, who he remained married to until his death. Much like George's 3rd wife Tammy Wynette until they divorced in 1975, she stood by her man despite the reputation she was well aware of, to help him turn his life around.
Jones once stated "When I met my future wife on a blind date in November 1981, I had no idea that someday she would save my life."
Nancy did save his life helping Jones live sober and clean until his death in 2013. Shortly after his death she opened up about his final moments and the final words Jones spoke and it is chilling .....scroll down to view video
Today we remember one of Southeast Texas' own...George Glenn Jones ~Gone but NEVER Forgotten