Christopher M. Jones
Business: United States Air Force
Job title: Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Why are you working in this industry? I take pride in our nation and the great American people.
What are three daily habits that have helped you to become successful? I strive to be in places on time, I believe in giving back more than you receive, and helping those you see struggling expresses the humanism in us all.
Who is the person who most influenced you in business? My father, Robert R. Jones
What is the best advice you have ever received? Never quit and failure is only one way not do what you need to get done.
What do you want to be doing in 10 years? I would like to be retired from the service and educating our next generation in the field of agriculture.
Where will we find you enjoying your hard-earned time off? I usually find that volunteering during my time off to build things is where I get the most gratification.
If you were to give one piece of advice to someone starting out in your field what would it be? Take care of your people and they will take care of you
Jim Ned sports volunteer coach (2019 – 2020)
YMCA – Member (2019 – Present)
Dyess AFB Civil Engineer Booster Club President (2020 – 2021)
Silver Oaks Florida HOA – President (2016-2019)
Habitat for Humanity (Washington, Florida, Texas) – Volunteer (2012 – Present)
Gold Star Family (2011 – Present)
Future Farmers of America Member/Alumni (2004 – Present)
Family: Mother: Terrie L. Jones; Father: Robert R. Jones; Daughter: Brookyln M. Jones (10); Son: Brayden R. Jones (9); Son: Alexander M. Jones (6); Son: Caleb L. Jones (4)