JACKSON Leoa Allene Doram (Muh) fell asleep in the Lord on September 2, 2013. Leoa was born on June 20, 1920 to the late Alphonso and Ann Doram of Danville, KY. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 32 years, William Andrew Jackson, Sr.; a daughter, Betty Jean Jackson Bates; four brothers: J.L., Alphonso, Jr., and James Doram, Morris Lewis; and a sister, Geraldine Doram Carson. She leaves to mourn her passing eight children: Carolyn (Matthew) Madison, Barbara Able, Patricia Lewis, Marjorie Clark, and Phyllis Jackson; three sons: William Jr. (Johnetta), David and Timothy (Carmela) Jackson; a god-daughter, Louise Mitchell; seven siblings: Georgia Ray, Victoria Perkins, Donna Wilhite, Joann Smith, Yvonne Weathers, Joyce (Dave) Davis and Freda (Joseph) Frye; a brother-in-law, Pete Carson; and sisters-in-law: Mabel Doram, Johnnie Doram and Vanta Lewis. Muh will be missed dearly by her 32 grandchildren, 53 great- grandchildren, 30 great- great-grandchildren, and a host of family and friends. Muh was a career homemaker, she was a fabulous cook, and she applied her trade at Sayre School and Eastern State Hospital. She was a noted historian of the Smith-Doram family, and she was a faithful member of the Lima Drive Seventh Day Church where she raised all her kids to fear and love the Lord. She was a mother to many of her grandchildren and was surrounded by them as she prepared for her eternal rest. Family meant the world to her, and she would often say that was the reason for her longevity. Services will be Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at Lima Drive Seventh Day Adventist Church, 541 Lima Drive, Lexington, KY. Visitation: 10am-12pm. Services starting immediately thereafter. Burial will be at Highlands Memorial Cemetery. The family can be reached at (859) 293-1532. The family requests that all monetary donations be sent to the Gill Heart Institute or Oakwood University.