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Auzville Jackson Jr.

Richmond, Virginia

Feb 10, 1927 – Jul 27, 2012


Thursday, February 10th 1927
Friday, July 27th 2012
University of Richmond


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Woody Funeral Home Parham Obituary

Auzville Jackson, Jr., 85, passed away on Friday, July 27, 2012 after a brief battle with cancer. He lost that fight, but his optimistic, positive nature remained unimpaired until the end.He is survived by Estelle, his beloved wife for almost 59 years, his special son, Robert Auzville Jackson,...

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To Auzzie's Family,
He was a great man, imbued with Faith, Humility and Service. I was blessed to have him as a friend and mentor for three decades. Auzzie is in His hands, now as always. -John Chiatalas

I worked with Auz for a half dozen years and we remained close friends for an additional 30 years. Never have I met finer gentleman nor had a firmer friend.

Estelle, I am so sorry for your loss.

Auzie was one of the most amazing men I've ever met! Always positive... Always brilliant... I will miss him... Estelle, I am so sorry for your loss.... Brian Joseph

I shall forever be a better man from the benefit of Auzzie's friendship and counsel, and in spite of knowing that at age 85 his patient walk with us would end sooner rather than later, I shall still miss him dearly. Please accept my most sincere condolences, and my thanks for enabling Auzzie to share so much with us through his many industrial and social activities.

Dear Estelle, Our heart goes out to you on the loss of our dear IRI friend. His wisdom and good counsel will be missed. George T. Jacobi

The Industrial Research Institute (IRI) lost a true friend and ally, a perfect gentleman, and a bright star in our midst. The Institute will truly miss him, his advice, his wit, and his support. Deepest condolences to Estelle and family.

Auzzie was a wonderful friend and trusted colleague. He was always ready to help in any project IRI had for him. His knowledge of patent law and technology management was suberb. He will always be remembered.

To Auzzie's family, may memories of happy times with Auzzie bring you comfort in the coming days. I knew him through GRIPLA, where his years of experience, charm, and way with words will be deeply missed.