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Virginia Ellen (Albin) Jackson
Jan 20, 1942 - Dec 31, 2022
Posted by Martha Reddout

Marietta Monitor
6 Jan 2023, page 4

A homegoing celebration for Virginia Ellen Albin Jackson, 80, of Courtney was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 5 at the Ringling Apostolic Church with Brother Billy Holder and Brother Paul Jackson officiating. Interment followed in the Ringling Memorial Cemetery.

Born January 20, 1942, at Ringling, the daughter of Carl D. and Louvenia Cantwell Albin, she died at her home on Saturday, December 31, 2022, surrounded by family.
Virginia was raised south of Ringling where she graduated from high school in 1960. After a short "courtship", she married Gene Jackson on November 12, 1960, at the Gospel Tabernacle in Ringling after an evening service, and they made their home in Courtney. Virginia attended the Ringling Apostolic Church, which she and Gene helped start and were the last surviving founders.
Virginia was a homemaker and she excelled at it, preparing meals for her family, friends and farmhands for over six decades, ensuring no one ever left her home hungry. She volunteered in her community and dedicated over 20 years as a Jefferson County 4-H leader, helping local youth with club projects.
She was preceded in death by her parents; twin siblings, Carl Dean and Merle Dean Albin; brother, Noah Albin; sister, Mary Claxton; son-in-law, Gary Taylor; and granddaughter, Jessica Jackson.
Survivors include her loving husband, Gene, of the home; four children, Paul Jackson and wife Kim of Courtney, Pennye Jackson Taylor of Gainesville, Texas, Randall Jackson and wife Bonnie of Courtney, and Regina Jackson McClendon and husband Rob of Edmond; eight grandchildren, Courtney and Sarah Jackson, Garin, Whitney and Caitlyn Taylor, Braden Jackson and wife Alyssa, and Addie and Allie Jackson; great-granddaughter, Kendall Jackson; sister-in-law, JoAnne Albin of Mesquite, Texas; lifelong friends, Martha Edwards and Jacqueline Grant of Courtney; and a host of family and friends.
Serving as pallbearers were Garin Taylor, Braden Jackson, Dale Riley, Larry Don Blankenship, Clint Smith, and Robert Simons. Honorary bearers were Terry Claxton, Jeff Albin, Wayne Jackson, Jamie Miller, Sonny Mobley, Ronnie Austin, Larry Blankenship, Dewayne McCarty, Stanley Austin, Kevin Grant, Kerry Blankenship, and Dustin Weatherly.
The family would like to thank Cross Timbers Hospice for their love and support.
Online guest book: alexandergrayfh@gmail.com Alexander Gray
This obituary included a photo of Mrs. Jackson.  

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