Robert T. Jackson, Jr.
1948 - 2021
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Graveside Services for Mr. Robert T. Jackson Jr. 72 of Tyrone, GA & husband of Peggy H. Jackson will be held at Westminster Memorial Gardens, 2090 Hwy 54, Peachtree City, GA 30269 on Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 1 PM. Services will be live streamed at dortchwilliamson.com. Services entrusted to Dortch-Williamson Funeral & Cremation Services. 1410 Hwy 138 SW Riverdale, GA 30296. 770-907-8548.

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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 14, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JAN
16
Graveside service
01:00 PM
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January 19, 2021
Absolutely a kind and generous man. Early most mornings, he would stop my office to share some story, especially if Michigan State was in the news. He had great integrity, always wanting to get his decisions right. I have been blessed to know him, and shocked and saddened that this world is deprived of his wisdom and goodness so soon.
Bob Raubach
Coworker
January 16, 2021
WITH SADNESS OF HEARING THAT MY NEPHREW ROBERT T. JACKSON, JR. HAS PASSED. WE OFTEN THINK THAT TIME IS ON OUR SIDE IT ISN'T. IT ODD IT DOESN'T WAIT ON NO ONE. WORDS ARE HARD TO COME BY...

WITH SYMPATHY
THE STORIES OF OUR LIVES ARE WRITTEN MOMENT BY MOMENT- IN HOW WE'VE LOVED, IN THE DAY TO DAY THINGS WE'VE SHARED. AND IN THE MANY WAYS WE'VE TOUCHED EACH OTHER'S HEARTS.
MAY ALL THAT YOU SHARED
BRING YOU PEACE
IN YOUR TIME OF SADNESS,
PLEASE KNOW THAT I'M KEEPING YOU PEGGY & NEPHEW JASON IN MY OUR PRAYERS. WITH LOVE YOUR, UNCLE WENDELL & AUNT NELLIE
Nellie ELIZABETH Hazely
Family
January 15, 2021
Judge Jackson was one of the first people to come and introduce himself when I came to the Atlanta Downtown office. And from that first moment, I could count on my daily walk-by chats to learn about a historical fact, talks about marching bands, “mystery chocolates,” or simply to see how my day was going. And as his Scheduler, that doesn’t include the other visits to discuss his calendar .. “Let me check with my wife first ..” or to ask me to check on a case for him .. scheduling related or not. :-). The bottom line is, we quickly became buddies and I have missed having him in the office. But I am so grateful for every single last moment. Thank you Mrs. Jackson and Family for allowing us to take up way too much of his time. My life was enriched by knowing him. And I’ve heard the same from so many others. My prayers are with you.
Chernita “Quisha” Daniely
Coworker
January 15, 2021
Praying the Lord will comfort you with his peace, surround you in his love, and encourage you with his presence.
For the Lord shall comfort.
ISAIAH 5:13

Chelsea Brown-Hood
Coworker
January 15, 2021
Judge Jackson was always kind to the writers/ attorneys and NEVER used his power to embarrass others. One day, I wrote a decision for him and forgot to include something important. I ran into his office frantically, busted in the doorway, and he turned around and calmly said "O..............K". Judge Jackson knew how to put things into perspective in a positive and comical manner. He was a kind, caring man who showed respect for all others (no matter your position). After I started having kids, he would ALWAYS ask me about my boys. Judge Jackson is a classic throwback to how you are supposed to treat others and I miss having that type of person around the office. His energy and spirit are definitely missed. I pray that his family have the peace and strength to move forward! Amen.

Akilah Peeples
Akilah Peeples
Coworker
January 15, 2021
My deepest condolences to the entire Jackson family and friends and may the Lord give them peace in their hearts through this difficult time. My friend Judge Jackson was a kind spirit, a family man who always took time to talk about children and the importance of the family. No matter the circumstances, he was always poised and relaxed. He had the virtue of always finding a kind comment or recount the right anecdote for any events that could ruffle other people's feathers. Always bringing the positive side of things, even on events that most prefer to avoid. I will miss his humble ways, soft smile, and warm welcoming demeanor. He was a truly pillar and role model in every sense of the word. Rest in Peace my dear friend. Amen... N. Berdecia
Nelson
Coworker
January 15, 2021
Judge Jackson,
You were a true pleasure to work with and was already missed when you retired. We will forever hold on to our memories of you as a much respected, admired and personable Adjudicator and coworker.
Atlanta Downtown OHO Decision Writers
Coworker
January 15, 2021
My sincere condolences to the family of Judge Jackson and especially his beloved wife Peggy. Judge Jackson was a kind and thoughtful man. He would always leave chocolates in my office several times per year. After my son died, Judge Jackson made sure that he checked on me and updated me with the daily bread. His genuine kindness was much appreciated. Judge Jackson you will be sorely missed. Rest in Power!
April Norman
Coworker
January 14, 2021
My deepest condolences to the family
Sharon Patton Busbee
Friend
January 14, 2021
I worked with Judge Jackson for many years. Each day I worked with him was a pleasure and a blessing. He was truly one of the kindest men I have ever known. One thing I am certain of: he loved his family dearly. He talked of his wonderful wife and son as well as many other family members. He would do anything for any one of them just to please them. He always had his list of things to get from the commissary when in Columbus. My heart is broken that he is gone from this earth but I do feel extremely blessed to have known this wonderful man. My prayers are with the family during this time. May God’s peace be with all who have known this blessed man and who are grieving his departure.
Sue Turner
Coworker
January 14, 2021
My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in your treasured memories and Gods promise to return our loved ones. 1st Thessalonians 4:13 & 14 .
S Chambers
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