Harold Dean Jackson Jr.

September 1, 1943July 27, 2018

Harold Dean Jackson, Jr., 74, Shawnee, Kansas passed away July 27, 2018. A visitation will be from 6-8 PM, Thursday, August 2, 2018 at Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home, 701 N. 94th St., Kansas City, Kansas. A funeral service will be at 10:00 AM, Friday, August 3, 2018, also at the funeral home. Interment will be immediately following in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Harold worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for about 40 years. He was a member of Telephone Pioneers and Basehor Lion’s Club. He loved to spend time with his family and friends and was devoted to everyone that he knew. Harold was preceded in passing by his parents, Harold Dean Jackson, Sr. and Leola Sands. Harold is survived by his wife of 32 years, Joyce; children, Kelly (Kevin) Paxton and Justin Jackson; 4 grandsons, Brandon McDonald, Jonathan Jackson, Sawyer Paxton, and Cooper Paxton; sister, Violet (Michael Allen) Newman; and many other cherished family and friends.


  • Brandon McDonald
  • Jonathan Jackson
  • Kevin Paxton
  • Michael Dean Aldridge
  • Michael Allen Newman
  • Matthew Smith
  • Patrick Hurley
  • Rodger Howell
  • Sawyer Paxton, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Cooper Paxton, Honorary Pallbearer



  • Visitation Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 3, 2018


  • Graveside Service

Harold Dean Jackson Jr.

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Judy Hurley

August 3, 2018

Harold was an amazing blessing to my sister as well as a great brother, father, grandfather and to the entire family. I am not sure if everyone knows but he often called me Lornie Doo. With all my accomplishments he always said Lorine no one deserved it like you. I am so blessed to have had him touch my life.
Just a little story, Joyce and Harold both enjoyed going to the casino and spending time having dinner, playing a few slots and truly enjoying each other.

Well as I got the news that the end was near of his brave long hard battle on Thursday, I was in California for work and took the first flight home. Well it just so happened my connection was in Las Vegas, so I knew in my heart that Lornie Doo had to put that dollar in the slot machine and pull that one arm bandit one last time for Harold. Well needless to say I did not win but wanted to say Harold You will always be a winner to me every single roll of the dice or pull of the arm. I love you Harold

Lornie Doo

Terri Jackson (Kramer)

July 30, 2018

I will always remember Harold Dean’s big, wide smile and his happy outlook on life.
My heartfelt condolences to his family. ❤️
Rest In Peace, Cousin.

Ashley Martin

July 30, 2018

It never failed. Every year during the holidays at grandma's house, Joyce and Harold would be the first to pull in the driveway. And every time that car door shut, I would fly out the doors, couldn't wait to show them which new song I had learned to sing, or dance move, etc. And as annoying as it may have been, you would have never known. Uncle Harold would always greet us with "Hey good lookin". A greeting we all looked forward too. There are no words in this world to justify how most of us are feeling right now. That uncle, that growing up you swore would outlive us all. The most genuine person I knew. I pray that he will join other loved ones in watching over and comforting this family and guide us on a sure path to see him again in the future. I love you so much uncle Harold. !!!!!!!

Donna Botkin

July 29, 2018

Blessed to have Harold as a family member. We sill laugh about my elderly father, Harold's uncle, stealing his shoes. RIP Harold!