William "Bill" A Jackson
March 1, 1931 ~ November 20, 2014
Graveside services: Saturday, November 22rd, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. at the Willard Cemetery
Bill Jackson passed on Thursday, November 20th, 2014. Bill was born March 1, 1931, in Ogden, Utah, the son of Virginia Dixon Jackson and Allen B. Jackson, the oldest of a family of four boys. Bill married Louann Murray on September 24, 1952 at her home in Ogden, Utah. They had three children: Allyn, Bruce, and Connie. He loved his children dearly and did all he could to help them through life. He was a member of the Willard First ward. When Bill was younger, he served in the Navy, and worked on the railroad. He then went to work at Jackson Glassworks with the family for over fifty years, until his retirement. Bill, Louann and his father spent many years building their rock home in Willard, where the whole family spent many joyful years. Bill was a master woodworker and loved being in his wood shop. Another of his favorite joys in life was meeting up with friends for coffee. Bill is survived by his son, Bruce (Lynnette), and daughter Connie; five grandchildren: Ty, Haley, Billy, Carlee and Candice; and three great-grandchildren: Kenedee, Ridge, and Layton Louann. Also surviving are his brothers, Robert (Bob), James (Jimmy), and Donald (Don) Jackson. Bill was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, and his oldest son Allyn. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, November 22rd, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. at the Willard Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests you make a donation to a charity close to your heart.
Today is one of those days I am truly saddened by what I read in the paper.Please know our thoughts our with you.Friends forever!
I remember your dad so well, always calm & soft spoken. Your parents were so wonderful to be around. May they rest in Peace. Much love to the Jackson family!
Brenda Atencio Hargraves
It's always emotional to lose a loved one. But, I remember the many happy memories our families had together! The fun we all had playing in the pool and kids growing up together. I truly miss both Lou Ann and Bill.
Love and condolence,
I appreciate and thank Mr. Jackson for his service in the Navy.
CW4 Lorin Welker (Ret)