Charles Lemuel Jackson, 67, passed away on June 9, 2013 at Frederick Memorial Hospital with his wife and family by his side. Charles was born to the late Maxine Giles Jackson and James Jackson, Sr. in Brunswick.|
Charles had many good qualities, he loved meeting and talking to people and helping those in need and was very generous with an open hand and helped those in need during his travel. Charles also loved to travel. During his life he had seen action in Vietnam as a Merchant Marine before filling his military obligation to Uncle Sam before entering into the Army. He had been around the world three times. He was a cook for the Black Panthers in Baltimore and fed many children. He was an Engineer for the B&O Railroad. He really enjoyed making you laugh, if you were in his company, there was never a dull moment. He lived a good life.
He is survived by his loving wife Wanda Perry Jackson, three sisters, Savannah Boyce (Melvin) both of Frederick, MD. Ernestine Hite and Betty Campbell ( John) of Brunswick, MD. One brother James Jackson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL and one pre-deceased sister Margaret Jackson. Many nieces and nephews.
There will be no viewing or funeral service.
Published in The Frederick News-Post on June 15, 2013