Andre Degaulle Jackson Jr.

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Andre' Degaulle' Jackson, Jr.
AIKEN, SC - Mr. Andre' D. Jackson, Jr., age 27, of 732 Sommer St., NE (Crosland Park), was unexpectedly called home by the angels to be with his heavenly father on Sunday, October 2, 2016.
Funeral services will be held 11 AM Saturday, October 8, 2016 at Mt. Anna Baptist Church (Viewing 10-11 AM). Burial will follow in the Mt. Anna-Mt. Harris Baptist Church Cemetery.
The son of Andre' Sr. and Dana Elizabeth Plush Jackson, he was born May 17, 1989 in Aiken, SC.
Andre' was a member of the Mt. Anna Baptist Church and a 2007 graduate of Aiken High School. He was a devoted father, who loved his kids more than life itself. He was always encouraging others even in the midst of his struggles. Music was his passion and he excelled at it. His family and friends were his everything and he showed it every time he saw you, giving hugs, kisses, and love you's. He loved the word and through his actions, it showed.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his parents; three children, Dezmere, Paisley, and Parson Jackson; four sisters, Shanta (Mark) Gary, Katrina Plush, Acura Plush and Zaria Dixon; two brothers, Latrone (Latreas) Plush and Neal Plush, and his fiance', Chante' Williams.
Friends may call the residence @ (803)646-3139, Aunt Marcy Jeffery (803)624-2636, or JACKSON-BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, 126 Fairfield Street, SE, Aiken, SC 29801 @ (803)649-6123.
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Jackson-Brooks Funeral Home
126 Fairfield Street SE
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 649-6123
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star from Oct. 4 to Oct. 6, 2016