Mr. Terry Wayne Jackson

07/09/1950 - 06/22/2022


Mr. Terry Wayne Jackson, age 71, of Bracey, died on Wednesday June 22, 2022 at his residence. He was a retired employee of Ashland Chemical in Hopewell, VA and an active member of Kingswood United Methodist Church and an involved volunteer with The Ray of Hope Food Pantry. Terry is survived by his many loving cousins, including Dorothea Shannon of Williamsburg and Betsy Collins of Williamsburg and his uncle, James Mabe of Max Meadows, VA. A graveside funeral service will be held on Monday June 27th at 2:00 P.M. in Merchants Hope Memorial Gardens in North Prince George, VA. Memorial contributions may be made in Terry's name to Kingswood United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 191, Bracey, VA 23919 or the Ray of Hope Food Pantry, 83 Green Pasture Lane, La Crosse, VA 23950. Also, a Memorial Service will be conducted Saturday, July 9, 2022 at 11:00 A. M. in Kingswood United Methodist Church, Bracey , VA with lunch to follow on the grounds. Online condolences may be made through our website, Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Jackson family.

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  1. You Are Missed

    I got to know Terry while we both worked in the local food pantry. He always tried to help me keep my numbers straight. Our side of the church will be lonely without him sitting there now. I know he will be with us and watching over us from Heaven. Terry – you will be and already are missed!

  2. friends

    We have known you for a lot of years. I always enjoyed talking to you at Winn-Dixie and at South Hill Drug. Sheila and I still talk about the time you went out into your yard to see what the problem was and you found a bear in your koi pond.I was always glad to know you and your mom and dad..

  3. Terry, I cannot express the friendship we had, the many laughs and conversations and calls we developed thru Bible study. You were a good friend to Gloria and I. Your volunteer help at the Ray of Hope food Pantry and always that big smile.You will sure be missed. I know you are with Mom so rest sweet friend in Beautiful Heaven, we love you, Marie & Gloria

  4. Family

    Our family will not be the same without Terry. I know we each will find comfort through the Lord and each other. Terry has made a difference in so many lives. He will be missed. Jim and Sandra Mabe, Tim and Pat Mabe Burnham

  5. My dear friend you will be missed. My mother adored you. Now you can continue your chats with her in heaven. You always made me laugh when I needed it most. Our LONG conversations will be missed. I’m so thankful for your friendship over the years. Most of all I’m thankful that you became a man of God. Rest In Peace and I’ll see you again soon. Xoxo

  6. We have been neighbors for over 30 years on the lake. Fun times watching you play on your jet ski in the cove or visiting with your mom and dad when you were there. Knowing now you have become a christian and are now in Jesus’ arms.
    Brenda and Ron

  7. Extrodinary Friend To All

    Terry served on the board of The Ray of Hope Food Pantry for 5 years. He was a hard working volunteer who greeted everyone with a smile and a joke. His kindness and willingness to help whenever he was needed will be missed.

  8. R.I.P. my special friend. I will always cherish the times we shared as neighbors, and your love of our horses, kitties, and aussie-girl Miss Grace. You will be truly missed…love you



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