Christopher Jackson
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Christopher Mark Jackson, age 29, of Exton, Chester County, passed away Sunday, May 22, 2011, in St. Joseph Medical Center, Bern Township, Berks County.

He was born December 17, 1981, in Orlando, Florida, the son of David L. Jackson and Sheila (Kostik) Jackson of Fleetwood, Berks County.

Growing up in Glenmoore, Chester County, he was a Boy Scout in Troop 79, where he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Christopher also earned the God and Country award and was a member of the Order of the Arrow.

He was a 2000 graduate of Downingtown Senior High School and a 2004 graduate of West Chester University where he received a degree in graphic arts.

After college he was a manager of a Blockbuster Store in Tallahassee, FL. He moved to Kill Devil Hills, NC, where he worked as a graphic designer for Bold Print Design, Inc. He was currently employed as manager of Game Stop in Exton Square Mall.

Christopher was an avid Subaru enthusiast. His other interest include computer configuration, computer gaming, writing music, and working in ceramics.

He is survived by his parents, brother, Michael D. Jackson, husband of Claudia (Lamk) Jackson, and their son, Gabriel D. Jackson, of Philadelphia; girl friend, Jacqui Siler, Exton; maternal grandmother, Jean D. Kostik, Orlando, FL; paternal grandmother, Marjorie J. Jackson, Winchester, VA; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Memorial service will be held Thursday, May 26, 2011, at 11:00 AM from the Mae A. Stump Funeral Home Inc., 117 West Main Street, Fleetwood, PA.

Published in Reading Eagle on May 24, 2011.
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May 26, 2011
I'll always remember Chris as ultra-intelligent and engaging guy, solidified by our countless miles logged on the hiking trail together as Boy Scouts. The times I ran into him (which were unfortunately few and brief) in recent years always made me smile, since he was the same great person I remembered. My heart goes out to the Jacksons, and my memories of Chris will stay strong.
Joel Wasko
May 26, 2011
I recently met Chris for the first time during a store visit in Philadelphia 3 weeks ago. I remember his face, engaging personality and genuine goodness that glowed from him to those of us meeting him for the first time. Although he is gone, he will be missed more than words can describe, however I will remember the memory of my brief, but impactful meeting with Chris Jackson in Philadelphia. He accomplished a lot for the brief time he was with those that he loved, and those of us whom he met him briefly in life. May God Bless his family at a very trying time.
Eddie Rodriguez, Phoenix, Arizona
Eddie Rodriguez
May 25, 2011
My deepest sympathy to the entire family! I only knew Christopher to be the nicest of kids!! I know that you will dearly miss him !
Brenda Shantz
May 24, 2011
Chris will be very much missed. I will never forget how great a guy he was. He was a stand up guy and a great friend. To the Jackson family, I am thinking of all of you.
Sean Bienert
May 24, 2011
My deepest condolences to the Jackson family. Wishing you great strength in this difficult time. Chris is a great guy and will be missed dearly.
Steve Yemenijian
May 24, 2011
I had met Chris at a local car meet. It was in Exton,PA at Toys R Us Parking lot one Friday summer evening. He intruded himself right away and we became great friends ever since. That was about 2 and some odd years ago. I will miss Chris will all his close friends. Chris was always super nice, outgoing and ready to lend a helping hand. He helped me with me car as I did with his. He was very much into his 04 Subaru Sti. He gave me a part time job at the exton mall for the holidays. He always had a smile on his face no mater how stressed he was at work.
When I saw Chris and Jacqui at a small gathering at a friends house, I knew right away they where ment to be together. She never left his side that night. I will forever remeber Chris ever time I see a Subaru Sti. Every day I drive mine I will always have a seat open for him. Miss you buddy. I hope you tearing up the heaven sky with your Sti. Don't ever stop driving brotha, don't ever stop.
John Barbone
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