Clifford Jackman

January 29, 1965January 4, 2019

Passed away unexpectedly at the age of 53. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dan and Kathryn Jackman. Survived by his children, Cyle (Kat) Jackman, Paige Jackman, and Jacob (Brianna) Jackman; his siblings, Laura (Dave) Patton, Tim Jackman, Matt (Jenni) Jackman, and Sarah (Wally) Chambers; grandchildren: Arieana, Christopher, Layla, Jordan, Elena, Kennadi, Sophia and Chase; as well as many nieces and nephews. VISITATION: Wednesday, January 23, from 5-8pm at Westlawn Hillcrest. MEMORIAL SERVICE: Friday, January 25, 11am at Saint Timothy’s Lutheran Church, 510 N. 93rd St, Omaha, NE 68114. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family.


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Shawn Brennan

January 29, 2019

In 2013 he deep fat fried a turkey on Thanksgiving on the porch at the 48th st club. We sat out on the porch. He and myself and my girlfriend and on that day Cliff was the coolest guy ever. I had known Cliff since I met him at the 48th st club. He was a funny man. He showed me his tattoos on his arm that told a story of recovery. We was not very close but close enough that when I would see him, I would stop and chat. Sorry to the family and friends for your loss.

Marti Frazer

January 19, 2019

Please accept my condolences. In 2001 Cliff made me a new driveway in Dundee. In the beginning he and his young children tackled the hard work of tearing out the old concrete. It was a substantial project and my new driveway was beautiful, thank you again for all your hard work. Sincere sympathy to the family. Marti Frazer

Christi Salazar

January 10, 2019

I have many memories with Cliff. The one thing I will always regret is I never took a ride on his Harley. He asked me many times but I refused. I would help clean his house because it was hard for him to get around. We both owned our houses so we took each other's ideas on how to improve our houses. He had some great ideas. I was also the one that sold him the hot tub and I did sit in it many times. He will be missed by me and I'm sure his kids will miss him too.
Thank u
Christi Salazar