Dallas Cowboys is a family-owned business. Since 1989, Jerry Jones owns the team. His family is very involved in the daily operations of the NFL franchise. His sons and his daughter play active roles within the company.
His wife of many years is also active.
Eugenia Jones is Jerry’s wife. They have been married since 1963. They have three children and seven grandchildren.
Gene and Jerry met while they were both at University of Arkansas.
The Cowboys’ owner was a Arkansas college football player. Since then, he has been a strong supporter of the Razorbacks’ program.
Flashback: Co-captain of the National Champion Arkansas Razorbacks Jerry Jones & his wife at homecoming in 1964 pic.twitter.com/3mpfpNRLFh
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 5, 2015
Gene Jones has supported her husband throughout his NFL career. Gene even presented Jerry at The Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Gene Jones was a key player in the construction of the Cowboys’ new stadium AT&T Stadium. According to reports, she selected all the artwork for the stadium.
The Cowboys franchise’s “mother” continues to play a significant role in franchise operations.
The Cowboys have had a difficult offseason, as they lost in the Wild Card round against the 49ers.
Jerry Jones and Co. will attempt to make a deeper run 2022.