Poppy it's been about a year now, and every time i think of you i have to remind myself you have moved on. Marko reminds me so much of you, be it his love for golf or his choice in golf attire. I know where ever you are you are getting a kick out of him. We miss you. <3
July 13, 2012
Hi Poppy, I can't tell you how much I miss you. I look at your picture everyday, which can either make me smile or cry. I know in my heart that you are with us everyday and that brings me comfort. I see you everywhere. Love you. Gay
It's been almost a year since your passing Dad. It seems like yesterday. Not a day goes by that I don't think of you and how you are doing. I keep hoping that a little voice will tell me your doin fine. I miss you Dad..
Never met Jackson or knew of him, but I looked over the photo gallery....looks like he lived a wonderful, fantastic life...loved my many. RIP Jackson.
Dear Chris and James
I'm so sorry for your loss. With heartfelt sympathy
Well Dad, Today is the day that you will see just how many friends really cared and admired you. To be honest with you, a day I wanted to get here sooner,and now that it's here, I want to go away. I miss you so much Dad. I'll do my best, for you're my inspiration. I'm so proud and grateful to be able to say my name is Dan Musick, JACKSON BAILEY'S SON !! You are in my heart forever.
As Poppy's grandson I have so many great memories. I loved hearing stories about his days as a electrical linemen. All of the accomplishments Poppy has accumulated throughout his life are truly amazing and inspiring. His personality never changed through all the hardships he encountered later in life. He always was upbeat when I would see him and always cared what was going on in my life. He is a model of what a person should be to there community and family. I miss you poppy and Im thankful for the memories you've given me. Through your family you will be cherished forever. Love Ryno
There are so many things I'd like to say and many great memories I have of Poppy. My brother and I are very lucky we spent a lot of time with our grandparents growing up. The camping trips to Bodega Bay or Ice House, the hot cakes in the mornings, spaghetti for dinner, Poppy's everything but the "kitchen sink" sundaes, the wonderful garden, Poppy's crazy loud snoring:) Going to the grocery store with him was quite an experience too! Listening to country music in the truck and explaining " The watermelon crawl" to me! I could go on and on. Fact is he was a wonderful man and Grandpa who took time for others! Love ya Poppy!-Binzer
You were a good man Daddy Jack. Thanks for all the memories, you always treated me like one of the family.I will miss you and will never forget your kindness.
Jackson was one of the first people I met when I came to Placerville. He was always so nice, talked to me about how "I would come to love Placerville" he was a bright spot...and he was right!!
We are so sorry for the loss of a wonderful man. We hope the memories will help to ease the deep loss. Jackson was a "class act" We will remember him with fond memories. Jim and Darcee Stickler
I remember Jackson bringing champaine and snacks to our golf tournment. To our foursome and lots of laughs and good times.. Sorry for your loss. Beverly Boychuk
This is sad news! Jackson was one of a kind! I pray for his family to have strength to keep going. He has his own strength and that great smile! I am sure that him and my Dad will get a golf game going asap!!Love you Jackson!
I wanted to express my deepest condolences to the Bailey family. I grew up with James and Chris and enjoyed any time spent with the Bailey family. I attended Calvary Bible Church which was close to their house as a young girl. I just lost my father on July 4, 2011. I have found comfort in hearing from those that have known him as I knew Mr. Bailey. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers at this time.
Poppy, I miss you so much. You will always be in my heart and I do find comfort in knowing that you are at peace and watching over us. I'll miss our conversations about local politics and our talks about the locals and the good old days. It was such fun because you would get the giggles and in turn Mom and I would get such a kick out of seeing you laugh like that. I love you Poppy and I will always keep that chuckle of yours with me. I know you know this Poppy, but rest assured your "charges" will be ok. I know you'll see to it. Miss you forever. Love, Gay Melodee
I never knew your father, or husband, but I first heard of him from my dad, Vernon Radeke. I can remember his name & the names of two of his sons, Chris & James, being sprinkled fondly in conversations. My sincere condolences go out to the family.
Seeing Poppy was definitely my favorite thing about the Holidays. You see as a kid I always seemed to be in "The Dog House" and "The Dog House" just happened to be Poppy's Office. He was always able to make my "sentence" more than tolerable. He had a talent when it came to getting me to smile and forget I was in trouble all together. In hindsight maybe that's why I spent so much time in there. I also used to love looking at all his clothes in the closet. The man had STYLE! I will never ever forget you Poppy and love you very much.
WHAT A WONDERFUL MAN. MY DAD FOR 48 YEARS. WORDS CAN'T EXPRESS HOW BLESSED I AM TO HAVE DAD IN MY LIFE. YOU WILL BE IN MY HEART FOREVER. I LOVE YOU DANNY
Jackson Bailey was my father-in-law and I could have never asked for a nicer father-in-law and family to be married into. He always made me feel like part of the family. He was always interested in me and always asked how my family was, even up until the end when he was in the hospital, he would still ask how me and my family were. He was so cute and sweet. My husband and I have only been married for 10 years, so, I only knew "poppy" in his later years. I soo wish I had known him when he was younger! He seemed like a very fun man and someone that I would have loved to be around and would have looked up to. He raised the nicest kids and made a very tightknit and loving family. I admired and loved him very much!
Jackson Bailey was my father. Every time I say that my heart is filled with pride and joy. He was a great man and a wonderful father. He was kind hearted, outgoing, and charizmatic. He set such a good example of what it means to be a father and a human being. Now that I have a child (son) of my own I'm learning that it is hard to be a father. Dad had 5 children and he seemed to make it look easy. I'm learning that he is even more extaordinary when I can barely be there for my one child and he did it for 5. He set such a good example of what it is to be a Dad or good person that most of my everyday life decisions are based on what would my Dad have done, or what would my Dad expect me to do. If I become half the man and father that he was I'll be lucky. He loved being a part of the community and serving it in many ways from city council, planning commisions, shriners, kiwanis club, eastern star, masons, chamber of commerce, board of directors cold springs G&CC. That was another way that he set a wonderful example of being a great man. I joined the tournament committee at Cold Springs G&CC because I thought my Dad would like for me to do that. Even though he did all these things he was always there for us. He always had an encouraging word no matter how large or small the accomplishment. I will forever miss him: MY FATHER WAS JACKSON JAMES BAILEY