John H. Jackson Sr.June 16,2013John H. Jackson Sr. Rites
PITTSFORD — A funeral service for John H. Jackson Sr., 69, who died June 10, 2013, at his home, was held Saturday, June 15, in the Clifford Funeral Home.
Mr. Jackson was predeceased by his wife, Deborah Jackson, in 2000 and a daughter, Andrea L. Zonay in 1997.
Officiating was the Rev. James Dodson and the Rev. Ilya Raja, associate pastors of Christ the King Church.
Words of remembrance were spoken by Mr. Jackson’s children, John H. Jackson Jr., Amy Moriglioni, Jason Jackson and Joshua Jackson.
Burial followed in Evergreen Cemetery in Rutland by Rev. Dodson and Rev. Raja.
Military services were provided by Rutland American Legion Post 31. Flag folders were John Manney, Ron Fairbanks and Bill Champine. Jim Burke presented the flag to the family. Taps were sounded by Jim Mills.
Bearers were Tony Moriglioni, Jodi Beauchamp, Patricia Beauchamp, Edward Beauchamp, Kevin Fleury, Jason Jackson and Samuel Zonay.
Bagpiper was John Peterson.
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