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Edwin Martin Jackson III

San Antonio, Texas

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JACKSONEdwin Martin Jackson III, was born November 8, 1962 in Sonora, TX and passed away February 11, 2009 at his home in Schertz, TX at the age of 46. He was preceded in death by his father, Edwin M. Jackson Jr. He leaves behind his wife, Britta; daughter, Meagan; and son, Ryan; mother, Shirley...

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Mike and I are so sorry to hear of your loss...you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers...God bless you all.

Ed was a great guy; he was always smiling and would make you laugh. I will never for the time I talked him and few other friends from work to go fishing at the coast. We had a lot of fun, he will truly be missed.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Britta: I received an e-mail from Janet telling me of your husband's passing. I was just devestated to hear the news. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, JUST KNOW THAT HE WAS A VERY GOOD MAN, HE BROUGHT GREAT LAUGHTER TO OUR LIVES EVERY DAY HE WILL BE MISSED

Dear Jackson Family,
I had the great pleasure of working with Ed for 3 short years. He left a mark on all our lives, and he will be sorely missed among our RT family. I'm so sorry for your great loss. Know that my prayers are with all of you today and in the days to come.

Britta: I cannot express how sorry I am for this tragedy. I wish I could be there with you and help you work through the grief. I realize, because of the distance, we have not seen each other, but I still feel close to you. Please know that you are and will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Make sure you lean on your friends and family. You are going to need their support. If there is anything at all I can do, please call. I love you Britta, Lana

My name is Julie Pritt and Trey was a major part of my life, many years ago while I was coming of age in Cibolo Tx. He was my brother in law for a spell, he married my sister and together they had a wonderful creation known as Meagan. When I think of him now, I think of this tall texan who let me drive his camaro when I was 14. I think of this man who I always felt was my kin...a man who I always loved and will miss.
Trey, I wish that I could have seen you at Megs graduation...funny...