The Angel of death touched our beloved, Hallie and gave him rest. Our beloved was freed from the struggles of this world on Tuesday, August 2, 2022. “Absent from the body and present with the Lord” is our beliefs.
Brother Hallie “Ned” Jackson was the loving son of the late Mack and Minnie Abraham Jackson. He was born in Darlington County on July 7, 1947. He was raised in a Christian home with his siblings.
Hallie was taught to love God, family, and friends. He was also taught to work hard and strive for excellence.
He was educated in the Public Schools of Darlington County. Hallie was a hardworking man and always helped those that were in need.
After attending Butler High School in Hartsville, South Carolina, Hallie relocated to Florida and then Mexico and was employed on several different farms for 30-plus years, before relocating to Hartsville, South Carolina. He continued to work on the farm and became employed with Byrd’s Hardware & Fireplace in Hartsville, South Carolina, until his retirement in 2020.
Hallie was preceded in death by his parents, Mack and Minnie Abraham Jackson; a daughter, Tiffany Smith; and four brothers, Maxie Jackson, Leroy Jackson, Isaiah Jackson and Charles Jackson; and a special nephew, Dante Jackson.
Those left to cherish the life, love, and legacy of Hallie are: a son, Lavern (Terrilyn) Knox of Tennessee; two daughters, Denise James of Tabor City, North Carolina and Rudin Smith of Hartsville, South Carolina; eight grandchildren; fifteen great grandchildren; four brothers, Jerome (Evelyn) Jackson, Edward (Carolyn) Jackson, Levern Jackson, and Timothy Jackson; four sisters, Betty Jackson, Margaret Jackson, Ruby Jackson, and Joyce Jackson; six special nieces, Angie Jackson, Ashabee Jackson, Fenicia Jackson, Chameka Benjamin, LaTonja Jackson, and Ayonda Jackson; a special nephew, Billy Jackson; two special great nephews, Jaylen Benjamin and Duane Jackson; two special great nieces, Erianna Scott and Bre Aja Jackson; and a host of other relatives and friends.
The family will receive friends at the home of his sister, Betty Jackson located at 805 Green Pastures Drive, Hartville, South Carolina.
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Please keep the family of Mr. Hallie Jackson in your thought and prayers.