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Jackson Lamanuel Gaines

March 15, 1926January 27, 2021

Jackson Lamanuel Gaines was born on March 15, 1926 and passed away on January 27, 2021 and is under the care of Ever Rest Funeral Home and Cremation Chapel.

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Evelyn Tett

February 7, 2021

My thoughts and prayers go out to Tanya and John and the rest of the family. I have early memories of Mr. Gaines when we moved to Ada. The Gaines family was one of the first families we met. He was always so kind. I will be praying for comfort for all of you.

Love you,
Evelyn T.

Fredrick Mitchell

February 6, 2021

Jack was a father figure to me... always there to be a positive role model in my life...he was so laid back....he was a part of my life for so many years.. it's difficult to imagine him gone..at least physically.. but I know he'll be in my heart forever... I'll never forget Jack..he treated my Mom Evelyn like a queen.. and they shared a love for each other for almost 40 years... God bless his children..John, Tanya, Keetha and Sherri... rest in Heaven Jack and as you always said too too.. never goodbye.. I love you Jack

Tricia Rolf

February 6, 2021

Jack was such a decent man.. I never heard him say a bad thing about anyone...so laid back.. I enjoyed hanging out with him for the past 20 years.. visiting him at the nursing home was also a joy.. Evelyn, Freddie, Jack and I shared lots of laughs.. I enjoyed Jack's stories of the good old days.... I'm going to miss him alot... rest in Heaven Jack.. Jack never said goodbye..he always said too too..so I won't say goodbye..just too too.. I love you Jack and I will keep you in my heart.. God bless Tanya, John and Keetha..and his soul mate Evelyn..and all those who loved him

Frederick Mitchell

February 6, 2021

Jack why dose god have to take the good

Venus Perry-Trevarthen

February 3, 2021

What a great loss everyone is experiencing by the passing of Jack. I have so many good memories of Jack and my father Andy taking me fishing, going horseback riding and teaching me how to drive stick shift in his Volvo. I also remember begging my father to let me ride on his motorcycle which he finally convince my dad to let him take me on a short ride . Jack was fun to be around, had a great sense of humor and I will truly miss him.

Bobby Stevenson

February 3, 2021

I'm sure everyone who knew Jack have precious, loving and fond memories. Sending prayers of comfort to Evelyn and all of Jack's family and loved ones.

Everett Perry

February 3, 2021

HEY JACK, NICE HARLEY. I SEE YOU FILLED UP WITH GAS. WHERE ARE YOU OFF TO? HEY BUTCH, I HAVE THE LONGEST JOURNEY OF MY LIFE. WHEN I GET THERE I’LL HAVE A STIFF DRINK WITH ANDY AND TAKE A REST! WISH ME WELL BUDDY-I WON’T BE BACK.

Regina Gaines

February 3, 2021

So sorry to hear about Jack. I remember so many great times when Jack would come by and ride us on his big motorcycle. When Jack, Andy, My Dad & The Grand Club would get together they always had a blast. Prayers to Ms. Evelyn, His Children & Loved Ones as he was such a Great Guy who will be Truly Missed by all who knew him.

Sheila Perry-Pulliam

February 2, 2021

I just wanted to say I am so Sorry for your loss, Jack and my father Andy were great friends, So I spent a lot of time around Jack he was a very good man. I miss those days when we were all little and my Dad would bring my sister Andrea and I with him over to Jack’s, Us kids would either play house downstairs or ride bikes and skateboard’s outside. Those were the good ole days. Since I moved to Tennessee I only saw him went I went home to visit, he always made me laugh, going to miss him, but all my memories of him are good ones.

Andrea Perry

February 2, 2021

My first memories of Jack were of him in cowboy boots on a motorcycle. I thought he was a cowboy. Even the last time I saw him he still reminded me of a cowboy. He was so cool. He will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

FROM THE FAMILY