Rodney  Jackson

Rodney Eugene Jackson

Wednesday, September 2nd, 1959 - Tuesday, May 5th, 2020
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Rodney Eugene Jackson, 60, of Clinton, Arkansas, departed from this world on Tuesday, May 5, 2020. He was born September 2, 1959 in Kansas City, Missouri to the late Lathaniel and Hattie Mae Martin Jackson. Rodney was a knife sharpner for Conagra and attended First Baptist Church. He coached girls’ softball and pee wee football; he loved to umpire and BBQ. Rodney was just an easy-going guy and loved life.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Diane Jackson; children, Tyler Quincy, Jennifer Shipley and husband Lance, Joe Willingham and wife Sara; siblings, Lathaniel Jackson, Marcia Wright, Elaine Myra Jackson, Karen Jackson, Patricia Jackson and husband Mark Berry; grandchildren, Cole Shipley, Kylie Shipley, Lennon Willingham, Anthony Willingham; nieces, Keisha Jackson, Courtney Clay, Anna Berry; nephews, Lee Andrew Wright III, Jackson Allen and many friends and other family members.
Rodney is preceded in death by his parents, Lathaniel and Hattie Jackson; one niece, Shivonn Wright.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
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Rebecca Aderholt

Posted at 06:16am
Sorry to have heard this. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

Tom Drew

Posted at 07:32pm
Lathan, Marcia, Myra, Karen, Patricia & Family-
So sorry to hear about Rodney, sending our heartfelt sympathy. Especially sad for you all during this time of pandemic celebrating his life. Rodney was always kind & fun to be around. Prayers that all your memories can comfort you during this sorrowful time.
Tom and Sonja (Allen) Drew

Karla R. Elliott

Posted at 08:28pm
I am sorry to hear of Rodney's passing. Prayers and love sent to the Family. Karla Smith Elliott

Stephanie Lawrence

Posted at 03:22pm
Diane, Tyler, and family
I am so sorry to hear of Rodney's passing. He always had a smile and a wave for everyone he met. He would smile and make you think you were someone important. To him you were. Rodney had one of the sweetest hearts . His kindness will never be forgotten and what an example he set. Diane... he loved you so.. You could tell. Find comfort in the days you had together.. Many people never find it. Tyler .. he loved you too. He was always so proud of you. I always loved to see him grin after a football game. You were his star!! You will be in our thought and prayers in the days to come. May God give you comfort and peace.
Love to you all, Stephanie Lawrence

Lori Meazle

Posted at 10:51am
I am so very sad to hear of Rodney's passing. I remember when I started school at Clinton in the 4th grade. I was the new kid in the class and it was pretty scary. Rodney was so kind to me and was one of my first friends. He made me feel welcome. What a great memory!

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