I pray that you and your family find peace and strength during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with the Bell and Jackson families.
“Remembering Karen's magnetic smile and loving spirit as teens when we were growing up in Venice Park. As well as her walk with you, Maya, during your time at Pleasantville Middle School. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Maya, and your family. God Bless You.
“Steve,Joy,Maya and Ebony my heart goes out to you, your wife,your mother was a beautiful person and she truly loved you dearly. when I saw yourmothe I saw her beautiful daughter tagging behind when younger and following her as that grew older. Truly she will be missed,but looking at each one of you and knowing what she instilled in you people will always see her through each one of you. As she taught you, put God first and everything else will fall into place I love you all D.Boynes
“My dear, dear friend Karen. Your joy and pizazz will be miss by all. Love to your family, (Joy Myia, Ebony) Ed. Rev Bell, and Vaughn, Mr. Jackson. How many Thanksgivings I sat at your family table. I felt like part of your family. I love you all... Miss you Boots...
“To the Jackson family, my neighbors: Keep your memories of Karen close to your heart. It will be the little things you remember, her smile, her laughter, her encouraging words that will keep you all going in the days to come. Joy, Ebony and Maya, your mother was a beautiful person who touched many lives, young and old. I remember you girls growing up and you all turned out beautiful. I remember Karen would keep my daughter Ashea for a few hours until my mother returned from work. She always...
“"Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal." To the family of Karen Jackson, may your fond memories of your mother, wife, sister, friend, comfort you in your time of sorrow.
“To steve joy ebony maya my deepest sympathy. I remember karen from washington ave school gifted and talented program. With my daughter regena and Joy. And how we attended the competitions. And cheered on our children. May she rest in peace.
“May God continue to keep you in His care. Will always remember Karen and that smile. We made some fond memories in the ACHS choir. Rest on my friend. Linda Dugan-Pitts
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JACKSON, KAREN PATRICIA BELL - made her joyous entrance into this world on December 29th, 1961 to the late Rev. Barbara L. Bell and Mantel Mobley. She was born and raised in Atlantic City, where she was a graduate of Atlantic City High School, class of 1980. She also attended Westminster...Read More