Photo courtesy of South Chapel

James Shead Jackson

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Sorry for your loss. Please let me know if you need anything. Tell Hannah and James that I'm thinking of them.

Jackson Family -
I had the pleasure of working with James throughout the last few years. He was always passionate about his work but even more passionate about his family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.

To James' family, I never had the priviledge of working directly with Mr. Jackson, yet I never saw him come into one of the Kroger store that he wasn't wearing his smile. He was always a very kind person to others. He never seemed to let anything take away his pleasant demeanor. The way he treated others will be missed. There needs to be more people in this world like him. To his family we send our condolence, thoughts and prayers. May God replace your tears with happy memories in the...

Jackson Family,
We at store 367 are so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband and father, James. He always had a smile on his face and loved to talk about his family. Prayers for peace and comfort during this very difficult time.

Kelli Sluder and staff at 367

Peace, our Jesus is the prince of peace. Lean on Him, and He will hold you up. Much love, in Christ, to you.

I would like to offer my condolences. Working with James as a co-manager at 784 kept me sane. I always considered him a friend and a great person.

Cyndi Anderson, Kroger District E Co-manager

Jackson Family,
All of us here at Kroger store 255 in Abingdon, VA would like to offer our condolences. We all have memories of working with James. He always glowed when talking about his beloved family.

We are so sorry about the loss of James, he always had a smile and we loved working with him at Kroger. The mail room crew with Ricoh.


James's Obituaries

James Shead Jackson Jr., 51, of Roanoke, passed away Thursday, November 7, 2013. He was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on March 23,1962. He was the son of late James Jackson Sr. and Barbara Sumlin. Surviving to remember him always are his wife Deborah Jackson of Roanoke, Virginia; his children...

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