Stratford Evans Merced Funeral Home

1490 B Street, Merced, CA


Carl Eugene Jackson

May 3, 1970September 2, 2019

Carl Eugene Jackson was born on May 3, 1970 and passed away on September 2, 2019 in Merced, California. Carl worked at the Rock Quarry for the Le Grand Asphalt Company. He was known by many as “CJ’s Retriever Service.” Carl was also a huge race car fan of Dale Earnhardt Jr. Carl is survived by his son Kyle Eugene Jackson, daughters Mariha Jackson and Maykala (Jackson) Koenig of Merced, California. His parents Grady (Gene) Jackson and Gloria (Litke) Jackson and his sisters Mary (Jackson) Rowen of Atwater, California and Dorothy (Jackson) Grissom of Le Grand, California. He also leaves behind 6 nieces and 1 nephew. Carl is preceded in death by his grandparents Grady and Marie Jackson and Raymond and Daloris Litke. A graveside service will be held for Carl on Monday, September 9, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Merced District Cemetery. The family is asking that all donations be made to their favorite charity.


  • Kyle Eugene Jackson, Son
  • Mariha Jackson, Daughter
  • Maykala (Jackson) Koenig, Daughter
  • Gloria (Litke) Jackson, Mother
  • Grady (Grene) Jackson, Father
  • Mary (Jackson) Rowen, Sister
  • Dorothy (Jackson) Grissom, Sister
  • He also leaves behind 6 nieces and 1 nephew.


  • Graveside Service Monday, September 9, 2019


Carl Eugene Jackson

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Ron Bolser

September 7, 2019

Carl and I worked together for several years.I got to know him as a person and could honestly say he was a good friend.He didnt talk behind your back,he was always truthful and helpful.Very passive and understanding as well as patient and kind.I was stranded late one night out in the dark countryside.Carl and Joline came got me.His death is so sudden and unexpected,I had towed his pickup for him just weeks ago,sat with him at his Company provided residence and drank a beer.He was a faithful man and loved his girlfriend Jolene with all his heart.A master mechanic, he learned the trade from his father and could fix anything.I will never forget you my good friend.....Ron Bolser