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Jane L. Jackson at age 71 gained her wings. She was proceeded in death by, Mom Mary L. Johnson and Brother Vernon E. James Jr. Jane was survived by Father; Vernon Garrett and wife Sara, 5 brothers; Ronald Johnson and wife Anita, Aaron Leroy Johnson, Elio James and wife Tina, Derrick Garrett, Malik Garrett, Son; Duane Jackson Sr and wife Jennifer, 9 Grandchildren; Kynisha, Kytrina , Tyreece, BreAna, Duane Jr., Nick, Brenden, Broderick, and Bradley, 6 Great Grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
If you knew Jane then you already know that she was a firm but loving woman of respect. Most never knew she had a mean streak unless you were her brother, son, or grandchildren, seriously though she wasn’t a mean person at all. Jane would give her last of whatever it is, to help someone in need. She always said to be as kind as you can, because you never know when you might need help yourself.
Also whenever Jane was around or close to you be prepared to have your picture taken. Because, she will snap a picture of you especially when your not posing, she loved those candid pictures.
Her passion for kids led her to Immanuel Child Development Center, where she helped to develop, several hundred kids in her time there. Also that kept her passion for cartoons up to date. Jane also had a knack for finance which led her to retire, for health reasons, from First National Bank of Omaha.
She joined the Order of the Eastern Star, Masonic family, several years ago. Jane joined the organization after seeing her son, walk, talk, and lead in a different manner. She then to began to walk, talk, and lead her chapter, “The Hyawatha Chapter #4. Where she learned, taught, and led her SiStars in the Chapter. She also became a member of the Daughter’s of the Nile. There too she was moved by the love that was present .
All in all to know Jane Jackson was to love Jane Jackson because no matter what your memory is, you will always say she loved the Lord and everyone around her!!
Visitation Tuesday 5 - 6: 30 PM. Funeral Service 11:00 AM Wednesday (5/31/23) at Roeder Mortuary. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery.
Roeder Mortuary, Inc. - 108th Street Chapel
2727 N 108th St - Omaha, NE - 402-496-9000
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