Lee Jackson, 92

Lee Jackson, 92


Lee M Jackson, 92, Little York passed away on November 22 in Scottsburg, IN.

He was born September 27 1923, Little York IN to  Cecil Jackson & Flora Gardner Jackson
He married Aileen Nelson Jackson on December 20 1941.

He was a retired farmer; former Washington County Commissioner for 12 years; former Washington County Road Superintendent for 2 years; former Secretary & Clerk-Treasurer of the town of Little York; treasurer of Elk Creek Water Shed; board member of Little York Cemetery; former bus driver for Salem Community Schools for 25 years; former treasurer of Washington County Cattlemen Association; Gibson Twp Voluntary Fire Dept.

Jackson graduated from Little York High School, Class of 1941
He was a member of the Little York Christian Church serving as Elder for 54 years & treasurer for 27 years and sang in the Little York male quartet for 40 years;  Masonic Lodge & O.E.S. #512 of Little York; Scottish Rite of Indianapolis;
PARENTS:  Cecil Jackson & Flora Gardner Jackson
MARRIAGE:  Aileen Nelson Jackson
December 20 1941

SURVIVORS:  Son: David Jackson (Deb), Little York IN; Daughters: Marcia Bush (Melvin), Little York IN; Brenda Asher (Wally), Little York IN; Rita Martin (Larry), Little York IN; Son-in-law: Linnie Gates, Little York IN; 6 grandchildren; Mark Bush, Mike Jackson, Teresa Allen, Ryan Bundy, Rachel Martin, Miranda Martin; 8 great grandchildren; Brock Bush, Olivia Bush, Kia Lloyd, Logan Jackson, Eva Bundy, Bronson Allen,  Adi Allen, Arianna Martin

He was preceded in death: his parents; his wife; daughters Jane Ann Jackson & Lois Gates;
granddaughter Marla Bush; sister Ruth Mosley; twin brother Lynn Jackson &  brother Harry Jackson;

VISITATION:    4 PM  –   8 PM   Tuesday and from 10 AM  –  11 AM  Wednesday November 25 2015 at the Little York Christian Church

SERVICE:     11 AM   Wednesday  November 25 2015
Little York Christian Church, Little York IN

BURIAL:  Little York Cemetery
OFFICIATING:  Jeremy Stevens
MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS:  Little York Christian Church  or  Little York Cemetery
c/o Stewart & Hoagland Funeral Home, 80 N 1st St., Scottsburg IN 47170