Grady Edwin "Ed" Jackson
Apr 24, 1942 - Jan 7, 2018
Posted by Ann Weber
STUMPFF FUNERAL HOME
BARTLESVILLE, WASHINGTON CO, OK
service will be held on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 11am at Ball
Cemetery in Childers, Oklahoma. Services are under the direction of Stumpff-Nowata Funeral Home.
Mr. Jackson, better known as “Ed” was born April 24, 1942 at Bartlesville, Oklahoma to Grady Earl and Georgia Lorene Merritt, he was raised and received his education at Nowata Public schools, graduating Nowata High School with the Class of 1961. He had worked as an auto mechanic most of his working life at the Chevrolet Garage, Nowata Auto Parts and had been self-employed as Ed’s Auto Service, and later as a wrecker driver for L & N Wrecker Service, and Transmissions. He retired around 2008.
Ed is survived by his son Keith Jackson and wife Dana of Nowata, and a daughter Toni Jackson of Carl Junction Missouri, a brother Larry Jackson & wife Bobbie of Broken Arrow, OK. and sisters; Susan Byrd of Bartlesville, OK and Lynn Harrell and husband Scott of Inola, Oklahoma, by two grandchildren Casey Jackson of Nowata, and Zachary Jackson and wife Gabby, also of Nowata and a great grandson Brantley Jackson.
He was preceded in death by his parents Grady Earl and Georgia Lorene Jackson, and by his wife Carol Ann Jackson, in May of 2013, and by three brothers and 1 sister.
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