|Birth: ||Jan. 30, 1939|
|Death: ||Aug. 15, 2009|
Joyce M. Joyce M. Jackson, age 70, of Cumming, GA formerly of Duluth, GA entered into rest on August 15, 2009 with her loving family by her side. She is survived by Daughter, Anita Jackson of Marietta, GA; Son, Marty Jackson of Jefferson, GA; Grandson, Brandon Payne attending Auburn University; Granddaughters, Callie and Carlee Jackson both of Jefferson, GA; and other Relatives and Friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Mack Jackson in 1975. Joyce was born on January 30, 1939 in Lawrenceville, GA to Essie Bennett Martin and John Bart Martin. She was a graduate of the old Lawrenceville High School and worked as a Customer Service Relations Administrator at Hettich America and Durkopp-Adler. She enjoyed traveling and her greatest joy was her family, especially her grandchildren.The Service Celebrating the Life of Joyce M. Jackson will be held Tuesday, August 18, 2009 at 10:00 A.M. at Tom M. Wages Lawrenceville Chapel with Rev. David Sharpton officiating. Interment White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Duluth, GA. The family will receive friends on Monday from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent or viewed at www.wagesfuneralhome.com Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, LLC, Lawrenceville, GA 770-963-2411 is in charge of arrangements.
Published in the Atlanta Journal Constitution August 18, 2009
Joyce was predeceased by brothers Bond D, Hubert and Toy Martin, and sister Madge Singley. She died on her brother Toy's birthday.
John Bartow (Bart) Martin (1896 - 1964)
Essie Cansada Bennett Martin (1896 - 1989)
Jerry Mack Jackson (1936 - 1975)
John Hubert Martin (1918 - 1994)*
Toy Ivan Martin (1919 - 1994)*
Bond D Martin (1922 - 1960)*
Madge Martin Singley (1928 - 1999)*
Joyce Yvonne Martin Jackson (1939 - 2009)
White Chapel Memorial Gardens
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Record added: Aug 18, 2009
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You were never, ever, anything more or less than a Great Southern Lady. For all the cigarettes we shared at the back of our work places, and the few hours you came along with me to places you didn't entirely trust, after Jerry, I remember you, and love yo...(Read more)|
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