Alisha "Coodie Pie" Annette Jackson
December 17, 1970 – October 4, 2019
A Very Considerate and Big Hearted Lady...
Alisha "Coodie Pie" Annette Jackson, age 48, passed away Friday ~ October 4, 2019 at the Sherrills Ford Hospice House in Sherrills Ford, North Carolina. Alisha was a 1988 graduate of Hunter Huss High School. She was a basketball player and track star. A very well rounded and outspoken person, Alisha will always be remembered for Her Laugh, Her Smile and Her Strength... She is going to be missed Greatly by her family and friends.
Those left to cherish Alisha’s memories and carry on her legacy are her father: Brodis Jackson, Jr. of Gastonia, North Carolina; three daughters: Emory Burris of Gastonia, North Carolina, Brittney Gordon of Charlotte, North Carolina and Kendra Jackson of Gastonia, North Carolina; one brother and sister in law: Anthony and Crystal Jackson of Gastonia, North Carolina; one sister: Andréa Blake of Gastonia, North Carolina; three grandsons: Eian Burris, Gabriel McNeal and Andrew McNeal; four nieces: Seaniqua Glenn, Hope Phongsa, Jasmine Meeks and London Carothers; four nephews: Caleb Ryan, Jyireese Yothers, Jermaine Meeks and Johnathan Blake; very special friend: James Adams.
A Life Well Celebrated Ceremony will be held on Saturday ~ October 12, 2019 in the Chapel of Carothers Funeral Home, 2205 Williamsburg Drive, Gastonia, North Carolina. Family and friends will deliver happy eulogies and memories of Alisha.
The family will receive guests prior to the service.
In lieu of flowers, the family ask that donations be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123 or cancer.org
Expressions of love and fond memories may be made on Alisha's guestbook at www.carothersfuneralhomegastonia.com
Carothers Funeral Home at Gaston Memorial Park is compassionately serving the family of Alisha Annette Jackson.
- Brodis Jackson Jr, Father
- Emory Burris, Daughter
- Brittney Gordon, Daughter
- Kendra Jackson, Daughter
- Anthony Jackson, Brother
- Crystal Jackson, Sister-in-law
- Andre'a Blake, Sister
- James Adams, Close Friend
- Eian Burris, Grandson
- Gabriel McNeal, Grandson
- Andrew McNeal, Grandson
- Seaniqua Glenn, Niece
- Hope Phongsa, Niece
- Caleb Ryan, Nephew
- Jyireese Yothers, Nephew
- Jasmine Meeks, Niece
- London Carothers, Niece
- Jermaine Meeks, Nephew
- Johnathan Blake, Nephew
- Receiving of Guests Saturday, October 12, 2019
- Life Well Celebrated Memorial Ceremony Saturday, October 12, 2019
Alisha "Coodie Pie" Annette Jackson
LaVonda Earley Stacey
October 15, 2019
I saw my childhood hero walking on York Street in Gastonia, NC... l jumped out of my vehicle yelling ALISHA! Is that you? She replied, “yes!” and from there we were best friends again. We cried, laughed, visited her Father, daughter & grands, went shopping, ate out, got her hair done, and just talked about our high school days all in one week! I told her how much of a star she was and maybe one day she could become a girl’s basketball coach making really good money. So we even dreamed together. She shared her heart-aches & pains. I listened & prayed... She said l was her😇Rest In Peace my fabulous friend! It’s not by chance that l saw you that day; God is so amazing!🙏🏽 My Aunt Hazel Gwinn was living then and would tell me when she saw you; she was always looking out for you. Miss & love you my friend.😓❤️
Vonnie Early from Highland Hills (LaVonda Earley-Stacey)
October 14, 2019
October 11, 2019
Alisha and I spent alot of time together in the recent years. She showed me that how to be sure of myself and selective of those I invite into my life. She was a beautiful woman and loved looking nice. I am so glad we were friends. I would often go to her place checking up on her and cutting up making her lauph even in some of the darkest times I could get her to smile with that angelic smile. I am so blessed to have had such a special woman in my life like Alisha.
October 9, 2019
I am so sorry for your/our loss. Remembering my last visit with Coodie Pie several months ago which was so special. Me, mom, Tick and June laughed and talked....her laugh was contagious, her smile genuine and her heart pure. I am going to miss her.
Know that you are in my prayers and I'm here for you.