Audrey Jackson

Obituary of Audrey Agnes Jackson

Audrey Roth Jackson, 88, widow of Donald Madison Jackson, passed away suddenly due to a stroke on Saturday, August 17, 2019 with her family by her side. She was born in Rome, NY to the late Lawrence Theodore Roth and Mary Schonbachler Roth.

Surviving are two sons David Madison Jackson and wife Lorri, Lawrence Mark Jackson and wife India; two daughters Deborah Mary Herot and Donna Marie Kovarick and husband James; a sister, Mary Polce; brother-in-laws Virgil Washburn and Fred Jackson and wife Gladys; grandchildren Heather Jackson, Madison Abercrombie (Dustin Abercombie), Timothy Herot, Lindsey Kovarick (David Dumas), and Anthony Kovarick (Hannah Schoening); great grandchildren Jaxon Abercrombie and Hudson Abercrombie; and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Audrey was an adventurous sole and as a young woman traveled across the country alone to explore life in California where she lived for a few years before returning east and meeting and marrying the love of her life. While raising her family Audrey worked as a book keeper. She loved to spend summers with her family and friends at her cabin on Graham Lake in Canada. Audrey lived in Peterborough, Ontario Canada for several years where she worked at Quaker Oats. She retired in Bluffton, SC, still taking on odd jobs, including a book store clerk and a security officer at her retirement community.

Audrey had a love for books and loved to travel. She loved vacationing in the Caribbean where for several years she enjoyed sharing her condo in Grand Cayman, BWI with many family and friends. Audrey was a conversationalist and found goodness in every person that she met.  She will be missed by many.

Graveside services will be held at Dolly Cooper Veterans Cemetery in Anderson, SC on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at 1pm. Following the ceremony the family will welcome friends at the family home for a celebration of her life. In lieu of flowers donations to Shriners Children’s Hospital in Greenville, SC will be greatly appreciated!

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