William Joseph Jackson, Jr.

September 13, 1953 - May 17, 2022
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William J. Jackson, Jr., 68, of Dover, passed away May 17, 2022, in Uhrichsville following a period of declining health.

Born September 13, 1953 to the late Daisy L. (Doyle) Reigle and William J. Jackson.

After graduating from Dover High School, Bill worked with Stone Container, Smurfit Stone and most recently De…

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William J. Jackson, Jr., 68, of Dover, passed away May 17, 2022, in Uhrichsville following a period of declining health.

Born September 13, 1953 to the late Daisy L. (Doyle) Reigle and William J. Jackson.

After graduating from Dover High School, Bill worked with Stone Container, Smurfit Stone and most recently Deflecto before his retirement.

He is survived by his siblings, Michael R. Jackson of Uhrichsville and Holly L.A. (Eric) Tuckosh; and aunt, Joyce Dudley.

In addition to her parents, William was preceded in death by his brothers, John A. Jackson, Sr., Blaine E. Jackson and Raymond Jackson.

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Born: September 13, 1953
 
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Died: May 17, 2022

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On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Vinicia posted on 7/3/22

Bill you were so kind to everyone that you met. I have so many fond memories of the kindness you showed me. You were more of a brother to me than my blood brothers. Holly Im sending you so much love Im always here for you This has brought tears to my eyes . You always guided me with your words of wisdom. Fly high brother! I will never forget it was Halloween and you had just got off work and came walking into Rascles and I turned around and I scared the piss out of you. I never dressed up and that night I did. To hear your laughter was fun. You were so kind to everyone. I was blessed to have met you. You will be missed.

 

Mike Metzger posted on 6/14/22

I just heard about the passing of my friend Jackson. I lived in New Philly back in the 80s and Jackson was, for lack of a better word, my drinking buddy. While most folks liked him, I don't know how many knew what an incredibly kind and loyal friend he was. I the last few months I lived in Ohio, I went through the worst time in my life. Pretty much everything fell apart. Jackson helped me through it. I had made plans to move out of state but knowing that I wasn't in the best state of mind, he insisted I go with him to Sturgis. I couldn't afford it but he insisted and he footed the bill. He never accepted a dime for it ever... so for 32 years I've been trying to pay that kindness forward. Rest in peace old friend. Maybe you'll run into Bandit on the other side.

 

Robert Ehrhart posted on 5/27/22

Billy Jack, you were the epitamy of cool, at South School. With your. Mod fashion sense . We grew up together and party together through high school graduated in 74, the class was partyed on the bed partyed on the floor . Again fashioned the short wig.tl brother may God rest your Soul . See you soon Bobby Ehrhart

 

sam jackson posted on 5/25/22

Billy, I remember you working on those choppers at Grandma & Grandpa's house & I would read your Easy Rider magazines. I always thought you you were the coolest! Ride that chopper in the sky! Cousin Sam

 

Patti Olsson posted on 5/25/22

Rest in Peace, cousin.

 

Debra Garabrandt posted on 5/21/22

Worked with Bill many years at Stone container was a good guy he loved his motorcycles rest in peace

 

Rebecca Dottavio posted on 5/20/22

My sincere and deepest sympathy is expressed to the entire family and friends of Bill Jackson. Bill, I have always thought about you through the years and if I had known you could have used a little help, I would have sincerely offered my couch for you. May you rest in peace. I pray we will meet again someday.

 

Amy Hambleton posted on 5/20/22

R.I.P Bill you will be missed!

 

Dave posted on 5/19/22

Bill was the best clamp truck driver and definitely was no nonsense, definitely a great loss..

 

Nile Vickers posted on 5/18/22

Worked with Bill for many years, easy going and great guy!! R.I.P. Bill and Prayers for Family.

 

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