OBITUARY

Maxine M. Jackman

November 24, 1930September 2, 2019

Maxine M. Jackman, age 88, of Lincoln, passed away September 2, 2019. She was born November 24, 1930 in Redington, NE to Cody and Lilly Patterson. Preceded in death by parents; spouse, Virgil Jackman; son, Norman Jackman and brother, Norman Patterson. Survived by daughter, Lynette (James) Mau of Cortland; sons, Galen (Cathy) Jackman of Union Hall, VA and Brent (Pam) Jackman of Seward; daughter in-law, Miriam Jackman of Omaha; 9 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren and one on the way and her much appreciated Autumn Wood family for their love and friendship over the years. Memorials suggested to the Capital Humane Society or American Heart Association. Funeral Service Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 10:00am at Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th Street, Lincoln. Condolences:lincolnfh.com

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jon Jennings, Active Pallbearer
  • Mark Holland, Active Pallbearer
  • Shane Jackman, Active Pallbearer
  • Steve Peterson, Active Pallbearer
  • Brent Jackman, Active Pallbearer
  • Galen Jackman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • David Jackman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Patrick W. Jackman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Philip Jackman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Paul Jackman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Patrick Jackman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Alan Smith, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jim Mau, Honorary Pallbearer
  • DONATIONS

  • Capital Humane Society
  • American Heart Association

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 7, 2019

Memories

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Sandy Baker

September 9, 2019

Jim and I were Maxine & Virgil's neighbors for many years on X St. I just had a call from her dear friend Maxine Buckmaster who found out today of your Mother's death. She was in tears as she told me. They were such good friends for many, many years. I remember many visits with the two Maxines on the front deck talking about their auction days and much more. Virgil and Max were wonderful neighbors and would do anything to help out. Jim and I want to convey our deepest sympathy to her family. We will keep you all in our prayers and I know Maxine Buckmaster would want me to pass her wishes on as well. She will be moving to an assisted living facility soon so we will loose her as our neighbor and we are so sad about that also. She told me she spoke to your mother not too long ago.

Kaye Less

September 6, 2019

Our deepest sympathies to all of you from Rich and I. I (Kaye) met your mom when we moved to Lincoln in 73. I worked at Connies Bty Salon and she was at Four Star Drug. I ended up doing her hair for four years and she became more than a client to me. I treasure the times we laughed together. When we moved back to Iowa I always enjoyed her Christmas Letter telling me about her family that she so loved! When I didn't get a letter last year I knew something wasn't like it should be. The four years we lived in Lincoln was a great highlight of my life a lot due to your mom and dad. So very sorry she is not with you along with your brother Norman and your Dad.Sincerely, Kaye

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY