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Dennis O. Jackson

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

1943 - 2019

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Dennis Oliver Jackson, D.D.S., age 75, of Camp Hill, passed away on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 peacefully at his home while surrounded by his loving family. Born March 30, 1943 in Denver, CO, he was the son of the late Oliver and Daisy (Henry) Jackson. Dennis graduated from Grove City High...

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Our sympathy to you Lynne, Carl and Debbie for the loss of your Husband and Father. It was my privilege to work with Dr. Jackson in the early 1980's. I will always remember his quiet, calming way with his patients and employees. A man devoted to his family, his profession, God .........and his sailboat! If the world had more men like Dennis Jackson it would truly be a kinder, gentler place. Rest in Peace, Dr. J and know you will be remembered fondly.

Matt 5-4 Praying God's grace to you Lynne and your family during this very difficult time. Love Linda and Merritt Buckley

Sincere condolences to your family. Dennis was our dentist from 1976 until his retirement. He was a kind caring person. The Dieffenbac family
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I am so sorry for your loss. Sue Getz

My american father, one of the best persons I have met, a gentleman, patient, prudent, wise; a man of few words but significant actions and conversations full of content. A man who treated me like a son and taught me things that helped me to become a better person. Just looking at you I knew if I was going wrong....Thank you for everything Dad, your soul is in my heart.
Your host son from Spain
Juan Manuel Bruzón

Though a newish member of SSPC so that I didn't know Dennis well, I want to express my condolences to Lynne and the family on his loss - as a part of the SSPC family, he was part of my family as well.

I will miss my father so much. He was a calming presence in my life. He had a great sense of humor and a wonderful smile. He was quiet and choose his words carefully. He did not say a lot but what he said meant a lot. He treated people with dignity and respect, he was a true gentleman, who loved God and his family. He taught me so much about being a man of God and living with a servants heart. I hope to someday be half the man he was. I love you Dad.