Marilyn Helen Jackson of Chatham passed away in the early hours of Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at Chatham Kent Health Alliance. Daughter of the late James and Helen Baxter (nee McFadden). Wife of Charlie Jackson for 66 years. Mother of the late Christine Randall. Survived by Her Son Phil Jackson (Michelle). Grandmother of Stephanie Randall (Connor Jones). Sister of Bev Maynard. Sister-in-law of Dorothy Cook. Also Survived by many nieces, nephews and extended families. 

Marilyn was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Chatham and previously a member of North Dresden Baptist Church. She also greatly enjoyed her years as a member of Maple City Golf. 

Those wishing to make a memorial donations in Marilyn’s name are encouraged to consider Emmanuel Baptist Church and The Heart and Stroke Foundation.

A time of visitation will take place on Saturday January 2, 2021 from 10am -12 noon at Life Transitions Burial and Cremation Service Inc. (397 McNaughton Ave W., Chatham). Those planning to attend this time of visitation must pre-register by calling 519-351-4444 to reserve a time slot, as we continue to follow all guidelines set out by health officials and the Bereavement Authority of Ontario. 

 

17 Comments on “Marilyn Helen Jackson”

  1. Dear Charles
    I am so sorry for your loss. Although I only met Marilyn a few times, it was my honour to give communion to you both in your home. I miss your smiling face at church and am praying for Marilyn’s entrance into God’s kingdom. Life is just a short journey here on earth but an eternity of love enfolded in His arms. I am so blessed to have know you both, even for a short time. Thank you, and blessings and prayers are sent your way.
    Alana Haines

  2. So sorry for your loss Charlie, Phil and Stephanie..She was a Very Kind lady that I had the pleasure of doing her hair for MANY YEARS until her health would not allow her to go to far. Our condolences

  3. Charlie
    We are so sorry to hear of Marilyn’s passing. Have not seen you or her for quite some time!
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very very difficult time!
    Take Care!

  4. Charlie and family
    So sorry to hear of Marilyn’s passing. Thinking of you at this difficult time!

  5. Uncle Charlie , Phil and Michelle and Stephanie
    Our thoughts are with you all and so very saddened by the passing of Aunt Marilyn.
    With Love , Pam, Mark , Alex, Amber, Eddie and Nina

  6. Charles,
    So sorry to hear of Marilyn’s passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Carol and Dwain Morgan

  7. Charlie and family. Sorry for your loss. Marilyn was kind and friendly. Her quiet faith and the good memories she left are a blessing to all who knew her.

  8. Charlie
    My condolences, love and prayers go to you and your family
    Sincerely
    [Rev] Steve Filyer

  9. Charlie, Jerry and I enjoyed spending time with you and Marilyn. Sending hugs to you at this difficult time. ❤️

  10. Dear Charlie and family. We are so sorry to read of the death of Marlynn Our prayers are with u all . We will remember her in our prayers HUGs Her tennis buddies Val Denny Dianne Chris

  11. Dear Charlie and Family
    Cassie and I are so sorry for your loss.
    Marilyn was one of the nicest and kind lady I met when I first came to Chatham in 1978
    We played tennis and golf together for many years .
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all now

  12. Charlie and Phil,

    Just heard about Marilyn. I’m so sorry to hear about her passing, I have many wonderful memories of her from our years at North Dresden Baptist and my thoughts are with you both.

  13. Dear Charlie, Phil, Bev and Dorothy: Butch and I are so sorry about Marilyn. I’ve known her since I was young and she was always a lady. She will be sorely missed by each of you. Mary and Butch Wellman

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