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Ms. Sandra Jackson

August 9, 1955 ~ July 24, 2017 (age 61)

The Piano Brothers

Sandra Jackson was born on August 9, 1955 to the late James Jackson and Sarah R. Jackson of Atlanta, GA.

She graduated from Fulton High School in 1974 and briefly attended Atlanta Area Technical College majoring in Interior Design.

Sandra Jackson gave birth and was a devoted mother to two daughters, Kimberly S Yvette Jackson and Markell Yvette Jackson. She started working at the early age of 15 and was led to serve in the food industry. She was a supervisor and the lead caterer. She delegated duties and responsibilities to others for the executive office floor of the Bank of America building in downtown Atlanta. She dedicated her expertise and experience to the industry for over 20 years. 

She was naturally gifted with the touch to create and design. She started a floral business (K & K Floral), where she provided services for churches, weddings and private events. She did floral decor for V-103’s radio personality, Ryan Cameron's wedding. Her eye for interior design was impeccable! She was dedicated to her gift, career, religion and family. She loved God and his word and did her best to live the life of an earnest servant. As a child, she attended Scotts Crossing (late Bishop Willis Paden). Later she became a member of United Mission COGIC (Elder J.C. Barnswell) and then re-joined the church family of the late Bishop Willis Paden, that was re-named, Tabernacle of Faith COGIC and her final place of worship was Kelly Lake COGIC (Bishop Norman Harper). She was very generous and giving at heart. She was very giving and generous monetarily, and with her time and service.

The Lord called this beautiful and hardworking angel home on July 24, 2017. Sandra is preceded in death by her father (James Jackson), mother (Sarah R.Jackson), two sisters (Francine Redmond and Linda Jackson) and brother (Joseph C.Redmond). She leaves to cherish in memory two daughters, (Kimberly Jackson and Markell Jackson), three granddaughters, (Keyonna Hubbard Jackson, Destini Harmon and Alexis Hubbard Jackson) sisters, Brenda Nunn, Mary Simalton (Kathy and Jerome), and Phyllis Johnson. Her brothers, Steve Jackson (Theresa), Alexander Jackson(Ronnie and Mae), Tyrone Jackson (Glenda) and Edward Jackson. An aunt, Ida Crawford, as well as a host nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 


 Service Information

Visitation
Friday
August 4, 2017

3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Atlanta Chapel
923 McDaniel ST SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30310

Celebration of Life
Saturday
August 5, 2017

11:00 AM
United Mission Church of God
4517 White City Road
Atlanta, GA 30337

Burial

Southview Cemetery
1990 Jonesboro Road
Atlanta, GA 30315


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