We celebrate the life and memory of Mrs. Eddie Mae Pinkney Jackson whose death occurred Friday, January 29, 2021 at St. Joseph's Hospital.
A TIME TO BE BORN:
Eddie Mae Pinkney Jackson was born on January 29, 1941 to the late Jason and Fannie Lou Montgomery Pinkney. She is the fifth child of eight siblings. She was preceded in death by (5) Siblings; Willie Myrtle Frederick, Margaret Johnson, James (JC) Pinkney, Mary (Lillie) Williams, Alma Seymore (2) Grand-Daughters; Charmeika Jackson, Demetria Robinson and (1) Grandson; Wesley B. Jackson, Jr.
A TIME TO LIVE:
Eddie Mae attended The public schools of Chatham County and she was employed by the Georgia Pacific Corporation for many years. She was a type of person who truly enjoyed spending time with her family. As a past time for her enjoyment she went shopping and frequently going to Home Depot and Lowe’s where she had a passion for flowers of all kinds. Eddie Mae truly loved working in her yard. She had a green thumb when it came to growing flowers, fresh vegetables and fruits. She was always thinking of new projects for her hands to do. “For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee.” Psalms 128:2 KJV
A TIME TO LOVE:
At a very young age Eddie Mae met the love of her life, Mr. James Jackson. On August 1, 1959 the two became one and were joined in Holy Matrimony. To this union God blessed them with five children. She was a loving and devoted wife a great mother, grandmother and great grandmother.
A TIME TO WORSHIP:
She was introduced to Christ and the church at an early age by her mother who was the late pastor of the Owens Temple First Christ Holiness Church. As years pasted she later joined the Saint Paul CME Church under the leadership of the late Reverend Henry Delaney and There she grew and served faithfully until her pastor was reassigned. Being obedient to the voice of God, Eddie Mae then moved her membership over to Count It All Joy Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Tucker. While under his leadership she became a church mother and a member of the Care‘s ministry. Once Pastor Tucker relocated back to Detroit Michigan the Ministry was placed in the hands of Pastor Wayne Grimes and the church was renamed Maranatha Church International. Because of her hunger and thirst for more understanding of God‘s Word, She begin to fellowship with Turning Point Ministries, Inc. under the leadership of her niece Pastor Wandena Johnson. It is there she will continue on in her walk with Christ through prayer, fasting and Bible Study.
A TIME TO DIE:
On Friday, January 29, 2021 on her birthday she heard The Master’s call and swiftly transition to her resting place, waiting for the coming of our Lord and Savior‘s return.
A TIME TO MOURN:
She leaves to cherish her memory (4) Son’s; Wesley B. Jackson, Regal (Reginald) Jackson, Randall(Randy) Jackson (Wanda), all of Savannah, Ga. & Juan Jackson (1) Daughter; Bernadette J. Thomas (14) Grandchildren; Latoya Jackson, Tanees H. Williams (Johnny) all of ATL, Ga. Corey Knox, Lamar Jackson, Randall Jackson, Jr.,SGT Erron (Jaquilah) Thomas, Miranda Jackson, Mikayla Jones, Jerry Mitchell, Tori (Daquan) Bishop &; Ashley Jackson ALL OF Savannah, Ga. (17) Great Grandchildren (1) Brother; Joseph Pinkney (1) Sister; Audrey Richardson (1) Brother-in-law; Joe Louis Jackson . (3) Sister-in-law’s; Edan Jackson, Charlie Mae Jackson & Dorothy Jackson Gayle (1) Goddaughter; Miranda Richardson, all of Savannah, Ga. Special Friends; Ms. Barbara Green &; Dorothy White & her best neighbor; Millie German. A host of nieces, nephews, cousin’s, other relatives & friends.
Public viewing will be held 6-8 p.m. Friday, February 5, 2021 at Campbell & Sons Funeral Home (124 W. Park Ave. Savannah, GA)
Graveside service will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, February 6, 2021 at Magnolia Memorial Gardens (5530 Silk Hope Rd. Savannah, GA)
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