Roger Jackson Obituary, Roger Jackson Has Passed Away Unexpectedly

Roger Jackson Death, Obituary – Roger Jackson has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. In Ashland City, on the 2nd of July in 1957, Roger Lee Jackson made his first appearance in the world. On November 28, 2022, he passed away peacefully inside the confines of his own house where he had spent his whole life. His siblings, including his brothers George, Billy, and Terry Jackson, and his sisters Shirley York, Eunice Melton, and Fay Nichols, all before him. His parents, Luther and Beatrice Jackson, as well as his siblings, all went away before him.

His immediate family consists of his wife of 43 years, Robin Jackson, his son Joshua Jackson and his daughters Abby (Justin) Short and Lakin Jackson, as well as his grandkids Kendrick and Mary Ella Short and his sisters Judy Lindsey and Anita (John) Kokoski. His family also includes his grandkids Kendrick and Mary Ella Short. Those people in the world whom he loved the most will carry on his legacy. Roger was a devoted family man who was also a friend, mentor, and father figure to a significant number of other people in addition to his own family. He had a career with Power Equipment spanning 43 years, during which time he found considerable fulfillment in his job there.

He is a member of the Ashland City Free Will Baptist Church, where he has served in the past as both Trustee and Sunday School Superintendent. He has also been a member of the church for a long time. In his later years, he was actively involved in the Good Springs Free Will Baptist Church, which is a congregation that can be found in the city of Pleasant View. He served on the Ashland City Council for the greater part of a decade, during which time he was elected to represent the city. Roger was a man known for his unwavering commitment to the Christian religion, along with his honesty and his willingness to put in long hours. He will be greatly missed by everyone.

The Cooper Gupton Cemetery, which is situated on the land owned by the family, will serve as the last resting place for him. The following individuals have been chosen to serve as honorary pallbearers: Mike Luster, Joe Tant, Matthew Spence, Steve Allen, Roger Allen, Ben Sparks, Jeff Walker, Shawn Robins, Jacky Chumney, Gary Dorris, Robbie Allen, Wayne White, Rick Mattingly, Roy Williamson, and Brent Stacy. At one o’clock in the afternoon on Thursday, December 1st, the funeral service will be held at the Cheatham County Funeral Home located in Cheatham. Visitation will begin at 2 p.m. and continue until 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30, and will continue on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. During the funeral service, pallbearers will be Kendrick Short, Kris Justice, Ty Knight, Matt Waldron, Burt Adcock, Darrell Melton, Steve Gafford, and Bob Gupton.