As a brother, none could be finer. We fought each other sometimes as kids, and for each other at all other times. His passing has left a big vacancy in my chest, but I believe in time loving memories of my brother will fill the hole to overflowing memories. I miss and grieve for him already, but I believe he was taken home, and is with mom,dad, Sally (Ricky and Darin). Peace my brother! We'll all be joining you soon. I Love You..Jim
I was so sorry to hear about Bill. Working with him in Load Control was fun but we really became great friends working the gates at American. We'd ask to work together. Bill would meet the planes and board the passengers and I'd work the lists, pull the paperwork and work the oversales. It was a match made in heaven. We never had to talk much during flights. We already knew what the other was doing. We'd take turns buying sodas. I will miss him so much.
Jim Jackson, it saddens me to know that your loving father is no longer with us, to inspire and care for you and your family in his own way. I am sure that you will carry his legacy to continue servicing the community as a model citizen and a wonderful father yourself. In loving memories of your father, late Mr. W. L. Jackson.
Janet, Regrets that I did not meet you with Bill at an Ozark function. Bill was very easy going with me and it was a pleasure to work with him. Your husband laughed a great deal which made him one of the top Ozark supervisors in my mind. Congratulations on 50+ years of marriage to Bill. These days that kind of longevity is hard to find. Chuck Swanson
Janet, it has been way too long since seeing you and Bill, and now his passing. So sorry for your loss, Bill was a great guy with a great sense of humor, he will be missed!