Ann Jackson

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Ann Jackson was born on July 21, 1930, to Elmer Carl and Mattie Ree (Naron) Cates in Linden, Texas. As a child she moved to New Deal and then settled in Lubbock, attending Lubbock High School.  She married Sherman Junior “Jack” Jackson on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1950, in Lubbock.  Ann was a homemaker and she enjoyed gardening and in recent years jigsaw puzzles.  She was a member of College Ave. Baptist Church, and Grace Baptist Church that became Parkway Drive Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jack; and all of her siblings; Josephine Powell, Laverne Peoples, George Pierce Cates, Carl Edward Cates, Betty Lane, and, Weldon Perser.

Ann is survived by her three children, Donna Carol Locke and husband, Joe, Anita Gayle Webb and husband, David all of Lubbock, and Earnest Wesley Jackson and wife, Amanda of Mineola; grandchildren, Jerald Blane Locke and wife, Shawna of Arlington, Justin Bob Locke and wife, Mandy of Lubbock, Angela Gonzales and husband, Chris of Hewitt, Jason Wayne Webb and wife, Jennifer of Lubbock,  Kendall Rae Gay and husband, Justin, and Nathan Jackson and Tiare Haro all of Midland, and Lee Tudor and wife Megan of Tyler and Teresa Tudor of Mineola, and great-grandchildren, Melanie Ann Beberniss, Dominick Robinett, Blake Gonzales, Tyle Robinette, Landon Locke, Gavin Webb, Hunter Jackson, Parker Gay, Kelsey Gonzales, Christopher Gonzales, Kaysie Gonzales, Edgar Tudor, and Alex Tudor.


Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society at or Hospice of Lubbock, 3702 21st St, Lubbock, TX 79410, or Bacon Heights Baptist Church, For the Future building fund, 5110 54th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79414.


2 thoughts on “Ann Jackson”

  1. We are so sorry for your loss and are praying for peace and comfort for your family during this time of sadness.

  2. David & Suzie Stafford

    We are so sorry for your loss. Mothers are so special and leave a void in our lives that cannot be filled.

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