Charles William Jackson
Date of Death: October 8, 2011
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Known to everyone as Bill, Charles William Jackson, age 82, passed away at his home at 8:30 PM on October 8, 2011. He was born in Montgomery County, Indiana on August 25, 1929, son of Berry Benton and Locke Ann (Brady) Jackson, who migrated to Indiana from their hometown, Mud Lick, in Monroe County, KY.…

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Jeff Miller left a message on October 13, 2011:
Randy and sorry to hear about your loss. Dave let me know. He has been very good about keeping me up to date on events in Lafayette. Obviously I hadn&t seen your Dad for years but have very good memories of him and your Mom in our younger years. I would have liked to come to Lafayette for the viewing but we were moving our youngest son to Chicago yesterday. Having lost my parents I know a little bit about how you feel and my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Jeff
Jackie Shipp left a message on October 13, 2011:
The Jackson Family,

You all are the greatest people I know, that is the only good thing besides my daughter that came out of the marriage with Bruce. I have always loved and respected you all very much. Bill was one of those men that everyone loved and he always made you feel welcome. When I was saw Cindy and Bill together I knew they were a special couple. I wish you all the best. You have some great memories of a great man, a great boss, a great friend. Those memories will keep you strong thru this very hard time. My love to all, it was nice to see you all again. Jackie
John & Kathy Payton left a message on October 13, 2011:
Cindy,Rick,Randy and Family&s.
So sorry to here about Bill,we found out to late to come. We have such nice memories! Our thought&s and prayers are with you! Love, John and Kathy Payton

Linda Brost left a message on October 11, 2011:

Hi, Cindy

I&ll recall with fondness and joy all the great moments we shared. Bill&s great smile and friendly manner are embedded in my heart. How did such a great guy hook up with three ""cattle kooks""? He took it all in stride and balanced our dinner discussions and coffee hours. I am sure Gary is welcoming him with his own great smile and they are enjoying coffee.

May God grant you strength and grace in the coming days.
Dick and Annie Robinson left a message on October 11, 2011:
Our memories of Bill go back many years to when we were youths at Crawfordsville, In.
We visited Bill and family many times while they resided in Lafayette.

It is unforuntate that we can not attend the memorial for Bill, the family will be in our thoughts.

Cindy is aware of our circumstances and can tell Randy and Rick why we can not share that evening with them.

Our thoughts and prayers go with you at this time.

Dick and Annie Robinson
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Jody, Molly & Maggie left a message on October 10, 2011:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you Leslie and your family. Your grandfather has gone home and is now peacefully with Jesus. We can only learn from death that it is indeed going home as our time on earth is only a fraction of time in our lives. Hugs to you, payton and jared as well as your extended family. Have faith. Celebrate his life and his influence on your own.
Love, Jody, Molly & Maggie
Bonnie Predd left a message on October 10, 2011:
To my beautiful, wise and funny Uncle Bill....I love you and will miss you terribly. May you find your seat with the angels and find eternal resting peace in God&s grace. To Aunt Cindy...may you find comfort in the very best memories of a wonderful life with your loving husband and best friend.

Love to all during this time.
Bonnie Predd
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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