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Rev. Stanley Jackson
September 26, 1942 ~ May 10, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Reverend Stanley Jackson was born on September 26, 1942 to Andew and Clara Jacksin on Lovejoy, Illinois. Stanley was a breach baby, his mother said he came ready to walk fast, talk fast and think even faster.
He graduated as valedictorian in June of 1960, earning a full scholarship in chemistry to Southern Illinois University (East St. Louis Campus). He enlisted in the United States Army in March of 1964 where he received his career training as a medical technician and was Honorably Discharged in March of 1967. Upon leaving the army, Stanley was hired by St. Joseph Mercy Hospital (Ann Arbor) as a Lab Technician. It wasn't long before he was promoted to Supervisor of the Blood Chemistry Laboratory where, in October of 2017, after fifty years of service, he retired. In the late eighties, Stanley received his calling to Ministry. Most of his ministry was teaching and serving in Sunday School where he shared his understanding of the word, while allowing the word to speak individually.
Reverend Jackson was preceded in death by his father, Andrew Jackson Sr., mother; Clara Jackson, brother, Andrew Jackson Jr. (Sapo), sister: Leona Ricks, sisters-in-law: Norma Jean Jackson (Diddy) and Theria Jackson and brother-in-law, Leroy Ricks.
He leaves to cherish his memory wife, Mary Mack (French) of Ann Arbor, MIchigan; two brothers, Luther Jackson of Lovejoy, Illinois and Dana (Sharon) Jackson (Duke) of Kailua, Hawaii; four sisters: Elnita Cain of Chicago, Illinois, Billie (Calvin) Oatis of Chicago, Illinois, Fern Jackson of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and childhood sister, Grace Coley of Warren, Michigan; five children, Stanley D. Jackson of Decatur, Georgia, Jennifer Hugan of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jasmine Jackson (Shuda) of Inkster, Michigan, Camiel Jackson of Westland, Michigan and LaKeia French of Ann Arbor, Michigan, two grandsons; Justin Mashatt (Gotto) of Ann Arbor, Michigan and Jacson Spencer (Big Boy Jacks) of Inkster, Michigan; one special niece, Andria Jackson (Nomie) of Ypsilanti, Michigan and nephew Carl Brown (the Ghost) of Inkster, Michigan as well as a host of additional nieces, nephews, cousins, family and loved ones because to him EVERYONE was family.