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Please accept my condolences. Mary Ann was such a lovely person with a smile and kind word for everyone she encountered. I will miss our get togethers with the Miami group whenever she and Frank were in town. Sending hugs to Frank. Her memory will be with you forever.
Frank, Lori, & Frank III, Mary Ann was always so loving & caring! She will be deeply missed by all who knew hnew her. Frank, Lori, Frank III, my deepest and sincere condolences. May all of your memories & MaryAnn's love for her family sustain you in the days & weeks & years to come. My deepest sympathies for all
Debby Fries Furton
My sincere condolences at the loss of wife, mom and grandma. The Jackson family was such an integral part of my life. I treasured the time spent with Mary Ann and the great advice and assistance she provided. Much love and many prayers to you all!
Gary jackson and Family
We all share in this time of grief with you. We also share in the celebrating of Maryann’life and all the family gathers and holidays we spent together.Between mom J and Maryann always had the best Italian meals every. She will be dearly missed. Thoughts and prayers to you all.
I'm sorry for your loss. You and Maryanne were a great couple. Seeing the other comments only solidifies that feeling. Know that we care and pray for you.
Frank, Lori and Frank Jr....there are no words to comfort you at this time...I realize that, but know that your mom was admired and loved by many people. I used to kid your dad that he was lucky to have found her...she was the best half! Sending my thoughts, prayers and hugs to all.
My grandma was always excited to see and spend time with us. She always had something ready to bake, paint, or make when we came over. I will miss decorating cookies, making jewelry, and of course making meatballs with her. Everything about her was bright and beautiful and she always made everyone around her feel safe and loved. I will miss her and live and act through kindness as she always did.
Frank, may you find peace in knowing that Mary Ann will be watching over you and your beautiful family. Your love story was a beautiful one that will live on through the children and grandchildren. May she rest in peace.
Mary Ann was a kind and gentle soul, and so full of love. When you were around her, you just felt at peace. She will be truly missed. Deepest sympathy to Franklin, Lori, Frank and all the grandchildren. Know that she will be watching over you all, the ones she adored.
Mary Ann Jackson
Mary Ann Jackson, age 74 of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away on Monday, April 4, 2022.
Born November 10, 1947, in Gadsden County, Florida to the late Donald and Evelyn Butler, she grew up in Miami, Florida and graduated from Immaculata High School.
She married Frank Jackson on August 1, 1970. She had two children, both of whom remember her as the kind, patient, supportive, and loving mother she was.
Mary Ann’s career was with the Miami-Dade County, Florida school system as an elementary school registrar.
Mary Ann is preceded in death by her parents, Donald and Evelyn Butler, and sisters, Cecilia Bachman, Veronica Dye, Eileen Lyons, and Patricia Peck.
Mary Ann leaves behind her husband of 52 years, Frank Jackson of Fernandina Beach; daughter, Lori (Hector) Vanlennep of Fernandina Beach, Florida; son, Frank (Silvia) Jackson III of Miami, Florida; grandchildren, Reese Jackson, Brooke Jackson, Gracyn Frederick, Maren Frederick, Hector Vanlennep, Jr., and Nicholas Vanlennep; and sister, Teresa (Jerry) Howie.
A celebration of life will take place at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home on Monday, April 11, 2022, from 5-7 PM.
Donations in her memory may be made to Community Hospice and Palliative Care of Jacksonville, Florida with designation of the funds to the Jane and Bill Warner Center for Caring.
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OXLEY-HEARD FUNERAL DIRECTORS