Janice A. Jackson

Born in Garden City, MO on May 21, 1938

Departed on January 9, 2007 and resided in Gallatin, TN

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Janice A. Hawkins Jackson, age 68, of Gallatin, passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2007. She was born on May 21, 1938 in Garden City, Missouri to the late Paul Kenneth and Margaret Ellen McKee. She grew up in Harrisonville, Missouri where she married Waymond "Wade" David Jackson on March 29, 1961.
Mrs. Jackson is survived by her husband, Wade Jackson of Gallatin, Daughters; Tracey Brad Robnett of Corinth, Texas; Tina Steve Losh of Bethpage; Grandchildren; Erin, Jennifer, and Daniel Robnett all of Corinth, Texas and Garrett Losh of Bethpage; Brothers; Ronald Karen Sue Hawkins of Belton, Missouri; Kirby Hawkins of Murfreesboro; Sisters; Selma Bullis of Kerrville, Texas; Karen Hawkins of Murfreesboro; Dana Chester McFall of Harrisonville, Missouri; two aunts; one uncle; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Jackson was well known as the administrator of Park-A-Tot Daycare which she and her husband had for 29 years before retiring in 2000.
Funeral Service for Mrs. Jackson will be conducted on Friday, January 12, 2007 at 11:00 A.M. from the Chapel of Gallatin Funeral Home with Rev. Ken Sharp officiating. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment will follow in the Memory Gardens at Crestview. Visitation will begin on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 from 4-8 P.M. and on Thursday, January 11, 2007 from 4-8 P.M., and will resume on Friday at 9 A.M. until service time.
Gallatin Funeral Home & Memory Gardens at Crestview is in charge of the arrangements.

One Comment to Janice A. Jackson

  1. Mark Bullis
    January 11, 2007 12:00 am

    Wednesday, January 10, 2007

    Dear Aunt Jan,

    I have only a precious few and fond memories of you?
    The first is from the time when ya?ll moved into the house down the street from Grandma & Grandpa?s house on W Washington Katy?s old house?. I loved all those clocks! I remember walking down the street one day in front of that house, and you were either coming or going somewhere and I said and waived, ?Hi Aunt Jan!? from across the street, and you said, with that wonderful smile, ?Hi Hun?!
    Then a few years later, after you had moved to TN, and were back in H?ville in the spring for a visit, you came out to to see our farm. Well, while you were there a bad storm was approaching and it got real dark and windy and I remember you saying, ?I?m going back to Tennessee?! and I think I said, ?Don?t go, we have a basement?! There was a tornado later that afternoon and I think that was about the second time in my life that I saw a funnel cloud. My dad was working second shift in K.C. then, and I remember how worried Mom was for everybody at Grandma?s because of the storm?
    I remember surprising you with an unannounced visit at your house on Tulip Circle in Gallatin, the first time I drove through there on my way with my roommate to Ohio back in the late 70?s. You gave us a snack and showed us around the house and yard. I think you were just starting the daycare then?
    The last time I saw you there in Gallatin though was when I drove through there from Raleigh on my way to Grandma?s during the ?blizzard of 93? and I got stranded at Tina?s! You, Wade, Tina & me all went out for Chinese food?
    But the last time ever I saw you was at Grandpa?s funeral. I don?t ever remember a colder day than that January day we buried your daddy?
    I hope you don?t mind me saying so Uncle Wade, but my favorite image of my Aunt Jan will always be my Mom & Dad?s wedding picture, when they?re cutting the cake together and Aunt Jan is standing next to them with Glen Hook and she has the biggest grin on her face. I remember my Grandma showing me that picture once and I asked her what was going on then, and I will never forget her response. My tea totling, strict southern Baptist Grandmother said, ?Yeah, Glen goosed her?! I wonder whatever happed to that picture!
    Well, so long my dear Aunt Jan. I love you! Peace!

    Your third nephew,