On August 10, 1953 Sterling and Matilda Fields Tims Jackson we are blessed with a baby boy whom they named Jackie Wayne Jackson. Jackie Wayne grew up in the Latonia Community, where he learned to be a jack of all trades. Under the leadership of his elders, he learn the basics of life. An avid hunter, fisherman, cook, gardner, heavy equipment, operator, carpentry, and a multitude of other talents. Many years before graduating from West Columbia high school in 1971, Jackie Wayne started bull dogging. The exciting pastime quickly evolve into his passion for bull riding. In the rodeo circuit, the way he control those aggressive bulls it quickly landed him the moniker "Cowboy from Hell". While holding divergent positions at the South Texas Nuclear Plant, Texas New Mexico Power, and Greshham Carpet Flooring Center, he always kept his spurs oiled. His love for outdoors was never ending. Jackie Wayne made a lasting impression everywhere he went and would never meet a stranger. Jackie Wayne was welcomed into heaven by his mother Matilda Fields Tims Jackson, father Sterling Jackson; sister Margaret Tims Rhodes ;brothers Lorenzo, Tims Jr. and Sylvester Tims; son Jackie Jackson Jr.; and great grandson Greyson Hassell.
He leaves to cherish the memories a very devouted companion, Betty Craig Lyster; sister Hannah Jackson Williams; brothers Otis Fields (Fannie) and Herman Fields (Meredith); sons John Kyle, Darryl Swanks, Craig Brooks, Christopher Jackson Sr. (Delci), Jeromey Jackson; daughters Consuelo Brooks, Jacqueline Jackson, Courtney Brooks, and Thelma Jackson; grandchildren Zuri Kyle, Zahara Kyle, Essence Kyle, Darrion Swanks, Chandni Fisher, James Smith, Robert Brooks Johnson, Sataidria Knight, Candence Jackson, Christopher Jackson Jr., Jayvien Jackson, Ryun Jackson, Bradley Jackson, Cyzee Nelson, Brandy Jackson, Brittany Keese, Charnabria Leonard, Khashari Taylor; great-grand children Paisley Kyle Robinson, Channing Murphy, Kai Woodard; a host of family, friends, and relatives.
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