Remembering James W. Jackson | Remembering James W. Jackson | Obituaries - Stith Funeral Home

James W. Jackson

11/08/1952 - 07/06/2019

U.S. Veteran

Visitation: 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Stith Funeral Home in Danville

Funeral: 11 a.m., Thursday, July 11, 2019 at Stith Funeral Home in Danville

Burial: Springhill Cemetery

Posted by:
John and mildred (mccowan)crow

Posted on:
07/11/2019

Jim was a very dear friend prayers for the family

Posted by:
Nancy Henderson

Posted on:
07/10/2019

James was a very smart, nice guy. I worked with him at Rexnord. He and I had a baby daughter the same year, and I was proud to be the guest "new mother" at his & his wife's Lamaze class. Prayers for the family and friends.

Posted by:
Carolyn Clifton

Posted on:
07/10/2019

It’s time to commemorate the life of a wonderful person who blessed us with so many beautiful memories. Your Father was turly a person to remember. I was so glad to reconnect with your father over the last several years . JJ dear friend rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers will be with you all through this difficult time .

Posted by:
Roy Edmiston

Posted on:
07/09/2019

Whoa.....This shocks me to the core! I know that I'll miss you , brother! Rest in Peace!

Posted by:
Mary Chism

Posted on:
07/09/2019

I worked with JJ at the power plant and I thought a great deal of JJ. He did so much to help others and was always a good friend and co-worker. Prayers for all of his family. May he rest in peace.

Posted by:
Roy Edmiston

Posted on:
07/09/2019

This shocks me to the core! I'll miss you brother!

Posted by:
Joel I Haberman

Posted on:
07/09/2019

JJ I"m so sorry to hear of your passing. rest in peace. My thoughts are with your family. Wish i could be there Joel

Posted by:
Darlene miracle

Posted on:
07/09/2019

Rest easy you won the battle. Your work is done

Posted by:
Carmen Hampton

Posted on:
07/09/2019

So sorry for the loss of this sweet human being. Thoughts & prayers for all fortunate enough to know and loved him.

Posted by:
Stephen Douglas Wilson

Posted on:
07/09/2019

Jimmy was my cousin. We spent many a Thanksgiving holiday together. He was a fine gentleman and a military veteran. He will be missed by his family and friends.

Light A Candle

Light A Candle for a loved one, leave your name and choose an image.

Choose a candle or special image.