Bonnie-Jackson-Obituary

Bonnie Jackson

Houston, Texas

1934 - 2018

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Bonnie Jackson1934-2017Mr. Bonnie Jackson Expired Saturday, December 23, 2017 Visitation (Friday) January 5, 2017 from 10-10:55 a.m., Funeral Services at 11:00 a.m., both services will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church 2600 Holman @ Live Oak Rev. Ed. C. Jones III, Officiating. Interment:...

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Please accept my condolences for your loss. Grief can be so hard, but the fond memories you cherish can comfort and sustain you during this time. Matthew 11:28, 29, 30

I always enjoyed talking with Bonnie when I visited with my son, Mike, who was his next-door neighbor. Bonnie was a very intelligent, loquacious, and hard working gentleman. He spent hours and hours working on his yard or on his special project of beautifying the center island of Crawford St. in front of his home. Visiting with Bonnie outside either working or sitting on the steps with his equally cordial and wonderful friend "Coach" across the street were memories I will always...

Bonnie was my neighbor and nicest person you could ever meet. Every morning he was out working before me. He was and will continue to be an inspiration. Miss you Bonnie.

Mr. Bonnie Jackson, you were a one of a kind. I told you that you were my favorite Sunday school teacher. Always eager, enthusiastic, and entertaining. You served the Lord and Trinity United Methodist Church faithfully and honorably, with distinction and the last of your body's energy. It has been an honor knowing you. Thank you for touching my life.

Mr. Bonnie Jacksons' earthly presence will be greatly missed. A kind friendly and thoughtful spirit that welcomed everyone .
~SEMPER FIDELIS

Bonnie was one of the sweetest persons I have ever met. He was always so pleasant and had something kind to say. Most people will remember him as giving. He gave of his time and his money. No matter what the occasion, Bonnie gave tickets to so many people. He brings to life through his death the old phrase he will surely be missed