Rodney Jackson

12/31/1968 - 09/12/2023

Obituary For Rodney Jackson

( December 31, 1968--September 12,2023 )

TYLER--Funeral services for Mr. Rodney “Black Jack” Jackson, 54, of Sherwood Arkansas, formerly of Tyler is scheduled for Saturday, September 23, 2023 at 2 pm in the sanctuary of Dale Chapel Baptist Church with Pastor Marshall Johnson, eulogist.

Burial will follow in Hopewell Community Cemetery/Swan under the direction of John R Harmon Undertaking.

Mr. Jackson was born on December 31, 1968 to Robert and Bobbie Ward Jackson and transitioned on September 12, 2023 in Sherwood, Arkansas.

He graduated from John Tyler High School and received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Kentucky. Mr. Jackson was a former member of North Star Baptist Church and he was Supervisor/Occupational Recreation Therapist for the Veterans Administration Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas.

He was preceded in death by his Grandparents, five uncles and one aunt. Left to cherish his memories are Parents: Robert and Bobbie Jackson of Tyler, Texas; sisters: Schekatha Jackson Roberson (Jerry) of Flint and LaQuenda Jackson of Tyler; brothers: Tony Jackson and Michael Jackson both of Tyler and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Public viewing will be on Friday, September 22, 2023 from 2 pm to 8 pm at the funeral home.



Guest Book

Rodney, You were always there for every call. No judgement, always helpful and peaceful. You are surely missed.

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I'm broken bud, this news

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Our condolences to the Jackson family. Rodney was such an inspiration to many and led an impactful life. Here are some memories and messages from many of his Veteran Health Administration colleagues across the country. https://www.kudoboard.com/boards/xPeFiUyK Rest in Peace Rodney

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As much as I like the pink candle, I did the blue one for you. (Go Cats) We go back 30 years. You're one of the first people I met at the VA in Lexington and who knew we would've spent the last 20+ years together at the Little Rock, VA. You will always have a special place for sure. Not even sure this has fully hit me yet. I've been cleaning out your apartment every day and Man if you were here, I would've already jumped all over you about some things. Lol. I know you know that about me. Good thing for memories. It's not goodbye it's just I'll see you again someday. Prayers for your mom, dad, sisters, brothers & all the family & friends that knew you. You will be forever missed & are loved by so many. 💙 Sabra

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May God wrap his comforting arms around this lovely family! My thoughts and prayers are with you and I love you!.........Donna Christian

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Rodney was a gentle caring soul that truly loved his family. He knew no strangers. He will be sorely missed. Rod and I pray God's comfort and strength for the family during this difficult time. Roderick and Pamela Moore

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I very saddened of the passing of my cousin, I am glad to have been with him 2weeks prior of his homecoming😢. We laughed and talked about old times those where the 2 priceless days to see and enjoy him and to get Bear Hug 🤗 he gives the best hug along with the best smiles. Uncle and Auntie I love you ❤️ I give my condolences and prayers. Love ❤️ from his 1st cousin Gail Jackson Simmons.

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It was certainly my honor to be your high school football teammate my brother. To hear that Jackson name after we made catches was special because whether it was you or me, just hearing the name broadcast over the stadium sounded good. I'm sure Rodney Williams would say the same about your first names too. Rest in Peace my brother!

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So enjoyed working with Rodney back in the day. Rest In Peace brother!

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Looking forward to having breakfast with you when I get there. Larry Cloninger and Family

- Larry Cloninger

Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.

- John R. Harmon | Tyler, TX