Mr. Danny Ray Jackson was born February 2, 1953 to the late Roscoe Jackson and Beulah Toney of Brooklyn, New York.
He received his education at Rosenwald School in Society Hill, South Carolina.
He was employed with Griggs, Inc. of Byrdstown, South Carolina, Bryant Logging Company, and many other Trucking Companies throughout the state.
Danny Ray, was better known as “Golfer. His most valuable talent was being a loving father, brother, son, uncle, cousin, and friend to many. He was great at making people laugh and uplifting your spirit.
He was married to Mary Lois Jackson in 1971.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and one brother, Roscoe Jackson, Jr.
Those left to cherish his memories are his wife, Mary Lois Jackson of fifty years of Hartsville, South Carolina; one daughter, Shyreat (Derek) Toney of Hartsville, South Carolina; two sons, Daniel Jackson and Frederick Jackson; eight loving grandchildren, Frantrez Hamilton, Shylet Jackson, Shadereka Jackson, Daron Jackson, Shanek’Que Toney, Michelle Jackson, Quinton Jackson and DeAndrea Joe; two brothers, Kenneth Jackson of Hartsville, South Carolina and Charles Toney of Brooklyn, New York; five sisters, Alma Daye, Cheryl Toney and Christina Toney all of Brooklyn, New York; Yvonne (Jeff) Scott of Newport News, Virginia, and Nina (Richard) Warthen of Richmond, Virginia; six sisters, reared in the home, Joyce Burns of Society Hill, South Carolina, Patricia Wilson of Brooklyn, New York, Wanda Wilson of Atlanta, Georgia and Trenica Wilson, Gertha Wilson of Fayetteville, North Carolina, and Cathy Wilson of Hartsville, South Carolina; uncle, Luinthal Jackson; four brothers and sisters-in-law, Charlie (Shirley) Jackson, Bobby Jackson, Rosie Bishop Jackson, and Teen Jackson; a goddaughter, Maria Bishop; two best friends, Levern Smith and Jimmy Benjamin; and a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives, and friends.
The family will receive friends at the home of his daughter Shyreat Toney, 3200 New Hopewell Rd., Darlington.
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