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Charlie B Jackson
August 9, 1930 ~ November 14, 2022 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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Charlie B. Jackson of Hillsboro, Tennessee passed away on Monday, November 14, 2022. He was born in White House Tennessee to Caylor and Rebecca Jackson on August 9, 1930. He was 92 years old. He is survived by his wife of almost 70 years, Jo Ann Jackson; their beloved dog, Lucy and children Pamela Waterman and husband Art, Michael Jackson and his wife Jenny and Scott Jackson and brother Joel Jackson and wife Pete.
His grandchildren, Rebecca Lee, Mathew Hershman, April Conway, Stephanie Carlton, Daniel Jackson, Harris Jackson, Taylor Jackson. Great grandchildren, Alexis Hershman, Madison, Hershman, Catherine Carter, Erica Baily, Samuel Woodery, Annie Conway, Emery Jackson, Caroline Jackson, Violet Jackson, Samuel Jackson, Payton Lee, and Morgan Lee. Great great grandchild, James Jackson Carter.
He was proceeded in death by his son George Jackson, grandson Hunter Jackson, his parents, two brothers, Leland and Wilburn Jackson, and a sister.
Charlie served in the Army, Seventh Division Sargent 1st Class in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952. Charlie loved traveling the country in his RV with his wife and brothers. They traveled from coast to coast and even to Canada, where an interesting story can be heard about the border patrol. He also loved to fish from his boat and for many years his freezer was always well stocked with fish. If you ask any neighbor, they will tell you that Charlie always had the best-looking yard in the neighborhood. Even in the dead of winter, his grass was green.