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Annie Jackson Obituary
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August 14, 2018

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March 5, 2018
ANNIE WAS ONE OF THE MOST CARING PERSON I'VE KNOWN.
WE MET IN 2007 WHEN I MOVED INTO HALLMARK AND ANNIE WAS THE OFFICE MANAGER.
FOR YEARS SHE HELPED ME WITH MANY THING AND WE TRADED
JOKES AND PERSONAL STORIES. LIKE HOW BIG AND
WONDERFUL HER DOLLHOUSE WAS WHEN SHE WAS A LITTLE GIRL.
ANNIE WAS FUN AND ALWAYS SMILING. SHE WAS A MASTER AT
WORDS AND SOLVED PUZZLES QUICKLY BEFORE ANYONE ELSE.
I STILL MISS HER VERY VERY MUCH. MY LOVELY FRIEND.
JANET DAVIDSON
December 18, 2017
Annie was so sweet and such a bright ray of sunshine. Her laughter was contagious and her sense of humor was like no other. Annie always knew how to keep me grounded when the work environment around me was caving in. I will miss her indefinitely and the world will suffer without a soul like hers !
December 11, 2017
I was the psychologist that worked in Annie's facility. I've been a geriatric psychologist for 20 years in the Coachella valley and she was the best friend I had in all of that time. Ingenious, compassionate, and loving, I will miss her terribly, a huge void in my life.
Mark Heffernan Ph.D.
December 9, 2017
I think I was 9 when Annie moved out of the house. Her new apartment had a maroon and purple shag rub; the prettiest thing ever. More important to Annie, it had a pool. It seems I spent with Annie most weekends, often sitting by the pool, working towards that elusive tan that generally resulted in a burn (for me, anyway). She didn't live far, but I could always call her, at work or home, just to talk. On paydays, she'd come over and take me to See's Candy to try 1 new flavor. I loved paydays. I spent a good deal of my weekends during childhood and teens years with Annie. Activities were usually chores, watching TV, playing games or sitting by the pool. Annie always had a pool. Annie introduced me to R&B music, still my favorite genre. She took me to concerts and spent hours on end playing specific songs and albums she wanted to share with me. She helped me better understand my mother and in turn taught me to consider the other persons point of view; where they are coming from. She taught me that you had to change how you fold the towels to fit the linen closet. That may sound stupid, but it also meant that sometimes you have to change how you do things to fit the current situation. It is not only necessary, but relatively easy to do if you keep your mind open. She taught me not to sweat the small stuff; it usually doesn't matter in the long run anyway. She demonstrated it is ok to buy something just because it is pretty, not everything has to have a practical application. Over the years we've called each other with good news, bad news, trivia questions and jokes. I will miss her always.