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Larry Keith Jackson

31 mars 194920 février 2021
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Larry Keith Jackson, age 71, of Carrollton, Texas passed away on Saturday, February 20, 2021. Larry was born March 31, 1949 in Dallas, Texas to Treba June Jackson and Lawrence Samuel Jackson.

Larry followed in his father's footsteps and worked as an autobody technician. During the last five years he was an estimator for Classic BMW. Larry loved working with the youth of Carrollton. He served 20 plus years with the Carrollton Pony Baseball, and 10 years with Boy Scout Troop 121.

Larry is survived by his son A.J. Jackson; daughter Kira Jackson; son Elbert Cheatwood, and ex-wife, Tedra Jackson; sister Linda Robinson (Jeff); nephew Jason Lancaster and niece Stacey Sheffield and many of family members and friends.

Larry was preceded in death by father Lawrence Samuel Jackson and mother Treba June Jackson.

A memorial service for Larry, will be held on Sunday, March 7, 2021 from 2:00pm - 4:00 pm at Rhoton Funeral home located at 1511 S. I-35 E. Carrollton, TX 75006.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.RhotonFuneralHome.com for the Jackson family.

  • FAMILLE

  • Lawrence Samuel Jackson, Father (deceased)
  • Treba June Jackson, Mother (deceased)
  • A.J. Jackson, Son
  • Kira Jackson, Daughter
  • Elbert Cheatwood, Son
  • Tedra Jackson, Ex-Wife
  • Linda Robinson (Jeff), Sister
  • Jason Lancaster, Nephew
  • Stacey Sheffield, Niece

Services

  • Memorial Gathering

    dimanche, 7 mars , 2021

Souvenirs

Larry Keith Jackson

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Keith Bell

23 mars , 2021

I was never the type of business owner that was really close to employees. That is,except for Larry. At our zenith we were 45 strong. Larry was our top tech at that time, as well as my most trusted and productive member. He and I would “chew the fat “almost every day about absolutely every subject from shop to family issues. He will be missed by all.

Keith Bell

17 mars , 2021

I was never the type of business owner that was really close to employees. That is, except for Larry. At our zenith we were 45 strong. Larry was our top tech at that time, as well as my most trusted and productive member. He and I would “chew the fat “almost every day about absolutely every subject from shop improvements to family issues. He was and remains forever an important influence and respected peer. I owe much to his time with Concours for our success. God Bless You Larry.

Keith Wagner

23 février , 2021

Larry was one of the first guys to befriend me when I started doing collision repair work in 1972 and was always ready to help me with any problem during those early years. My fondest memories were of the canoe outings we would go on to Arkansas and though out Texas, camping in Colorado and enjoying the outdoors.. An accomplished fisherman and outdoor enthusiast he was fun to be with and eager to plan and organize the next big adventure. Helpfulness, Leadership, and Honesty are some of Larry's finest character traits I will remember. My wife and I were so Blessed to have had such a fine friend in those younger years.

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