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Mary Jackson

Mary Lee Jackson (Haynes)

Friday September 11, 1931 - Sunday March 29, 2020
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Obituary

Mary Lee (Haynes) Jackson, 88, widow of Philip Jackson died peacefully on Sunday, March 29 2020. She was born in Woodford County, KY September 11, 1931 to Jesse and Marcella Haynes. She graduated from North Middletown High School, attended the University of Kentucky and was employed at the Lexington Blue Grass Army Depot for 20 years, retiring in 1993. She and Philip were married at North Middletown Christian Church April 29, 1951 and were married for 67 years.

Mary Lee was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and homemaker. She was an active member of First Christian Church of Paris for over 65 years where she served as a deacon, taught Sunday School and was a member of the June Stanley Circle. She served as a Girl Scout leader in Paris and volunteered at the Bargain Box for many years.

Survivors include two daughters, Karen (Stanley) Linville and Kathy (Mike) Lovell; four grandchildren, Ashley (Sam) Norris of Paris, Adam (Kalyn) Linville of Lexington, Brandon (Claire) Lovell of Los Angeles, CA, and Amanda Lovell of Columbus, OH; and four great grandchildren, Jackson Norris, Caroline Norris, Emery Linville, and Aiden Baldauf-Lovell. In addition to her parents, she was proceeded in death by her sister, Martha Mahan. She is also survived by beloved nephews and nieces and her dear friends, Keith and Iona Gray.

There will be a private funeral service for Mary Lee Jackson at Evergreen Memorial Gardens with Rev. Jeff Bell officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Paris or Alzheimer’s Association. www.hintonturner.com
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Service Details

  • Service

    Location
    Evergreen Memory Gardens
    Address
    5364 Lexington Road
    LEXINGTON, KY 40511
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    Officiant
    Rev. Jeff Bell
  • Interment

    Location
    Evergreen Memory Gardens
    Address
    5364 Lexington Road
    LEXINGTON, KY 40511
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Diana Richards

Posted at 02:18pm
I was so sorry to hear about Mary. She and I worked together in the Security Vault at The Army Depot. We got close at that time and enjoyed each other’s company. She sure lived her girls, she talked about you 2 all the time
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Carolyn.shields1944@Gmail.com

Posted at 03:53am
What a lovely lady! Will always remember her as one of our most joyful participants @ the monthly singing with Heart to Heart singers @ Bourbon Heights!
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Liz Wall

Posted at 12:25pm
My condolences to the family. I would love to share some bible scriptures that can bring you comfort at this time and a wonderful hope of seeing your love one again. Acts 24:15” There is going to be a resurrection “. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4” Comfort when loved ones die” Hebrews 2:15” Freedom from morbid fear of death” John 5:28,29” A real hope of being reunited with your dead loved ones”. God is the Creator of life. The Bible calls Jehovah God “the source of life” (Psalms 36:9; Acts 17:24,25) The One who gave life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died. Jehovah hates death, he views it as an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) He has a longing to conquer that enemy, to undo death by means of the resurrection. He yearns to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them live on earth again-Job 14:14,15.

Sincerely, Liz Wall
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