Lucious Jackson

September 23, 1948 ~ August 8, 2022 (age 73)


Lucious Jackson, Jr. (AKA June Boy) was born to the late Mrs. Wessie Lee Jackson and Lucius Jackson on
September 23, 1948.
After attending high school at Howard Academy in Monticello, FL, he moved to Miami, FL in 1966. He
attended Florida Memorial College in 1968 and obtained his Associate’s degree in Business
Administration. While obtaining his degree, he worked at Grand Union Grocery Store where he met a
young lady by the name of Sandra Nealy who later became his wife. After leaving Grand Union Grocery
Store, he started his career path at Nabisco in 1970, where he was a dedicated and loyal employee for
over 40 years. He retired from Nabisco in Georgia as a regional manager in 2012.
Lucious was a family man. He loved spending quality time with his wife, laughing with his daughter and
throwing the football with his grandson. A day would not go by without him having his nightly chat with
his brother. He also enjoyed being involved in the community. He was a devoted member of the Carol
City Optimist Club, and this is where he was able to have a huge impact on helping and assisting the
youth. He spent countless hours at Risco Park and Carol Park coaching football and baseball, while also
being a mentor to several children. He was also a family man and truly loved helping others. He was
known for being a support unit for those in need, offering a listening ear to those who seeking advice
and a positive shoulder to lean on during hard times.
He is preceded in death by his brother, William E. Jackson, sister-in-law Lois Jackson, nephew, William E.
Jackson, Jr., and niece Tanyelle Jackson. He leaves to mourn his wife of 51 years, Sandra Jackson;
daughter, Yolanda Jackson; only grandson, Jaden Lucious Jackson; brother, John Jackson II (wife, Lucy);
nieces: Carol J. Holloway (husband, Shawn), Latasha Mobley, Sasha Coleman, and Chelsea Coleman;
nephews: Kevin Coleman, Jr., Julius, Jamal and Jarvis Jackson; and oldest aunt, Lillie Kate Jackson;
goddaughter: Yolanda Magee (husband, Charles), and godchildren Chayah, London, and Lynden Magee,
and a host of nieces, nephews, cousin other relatives and friends that loved him dearly.

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August 12, 2022

9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Hatcher Peoples Funeral Home
820 Wright St.
Thomasville, GA 31792

Graveside Service
August 13, 2022

10:00 AM
Peaceful Rest Cemetery
101 North Pinetree Blvd
Thomasville, GA 31792

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