James "Dokey" Jackson
December 20, 1933 - April 24, 2020
Carol Calhoun Harrison
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James “Dokey” Jackson was a wonderful husband and father. He was a great cook, faithful friend and outstanding gardener. He worked many years at Riverwood Papermill where he later retired. James was born December 20, 1933 in Rocky Branch where he lived  the rest of his long life  and passed away at his home April…

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Kaye Clark left a message on April 29, 2020:
Peewee, Coon, Mona and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I always loved JD. Although it's been many years, I fondly remember visiting your family in Rocky Branch with Mama and Daddy(Betty and Pete) as well as your visits to our home. Sending love and prayers!
Mike Chapman left a message on April 29, 2020:
Rest easy cousin!
Carol Calhoun Harrison left a message on April 28, 2020:
Prayers for everyone! I always loved Uncle Dokey and Aunt Brenda!
Rosemary Lafleur left a message on April 28, 2020:
Uncle Dokey was one of my mother’s brothers. I loved him dearly and will remember him until death. He was an amazing, self proficient man...there was only one other that I have known which was his dad, my grandfather, William Tinley Jackson. I love you!
Bob Hart left a message on April 27, 2020:
A Sad day for me! I was in the Mill Side of Graphic Packaging for about 30 years and he was a special person and leader along with his buddy “Murph” and helped the West Monroe Mill become a leader in the Industry of Packaging! He also came to Macon to help with the startup of the Coated Board ! He’ll never be forgotten!
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James Chapman left a message on April 27, 2020:
Yes, I recall many times I visited with my Cousin Dokey when I was home and spent many hours with him having coffee and telling stories of the past and growing up in Rocky Branch. Some of my most cherished memories are when his Dad, Uncle Tin held family BBQ;s and all the Chapman families would gather and have a great time visiting. I recall Dokey and Huck trying to out do each other with the wildest stories. Those were the days,. Rest in peace Cousin, James Harvey Chapman, son of Truman Willis "PeeWee" Chapman.
Do and Donna Head left a message on April 26, 2020:
We loved JD he was a great friend. Our sincere condolences to the Jackson family Rest In Peace JD
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