Charles Henry Jackson was born December 16, 1941 in Salisbury, Maryland to George Jackson and Ruth Anne White. Charles was raised by his loving parents, Susie and Louis Justice. God opened his arms and took his beloved son home on June 14, 2021 after a long and brave fight with his illness, surrounded by his loving family. He later moved to Parksley, Virginia, eventually relocating to Asbury Park, New Jersey. He was employed at Monmouth Race Track from 1997 to 2020. Charles married Judie Granger on April 26, 1999. Charles always wanted to be a millionaire and he wanted his family and friends to know he did the best he could. He lived his life the way he wanted to, "his way...." He loved music and family gatherings. His hobbies were driving, fixing cars, going to the casino's, cooking, but his favorite place to be was at the racetrack. He viewed himself to be a funny comedian, a joker, and "THE PEACE MAKER".Charles was predeceased by his wife Judie A. Jackson; birthparents George Jackson and Ruth Anne White; parents who raised him, Susie and Louis Justice; two daughters Latrana and Casandra; four sons, Brice, Etione Cory, Charles, and Dewitt. Siblings,Rosa Carroway and Harry Lee Brown. He leaves to cherish his memories: Marcella Watson, Sylvia Jackson, Alan (Karen) Jackson, Charles A. (Christian) Jackson of Virginia; Kisha Baucum, Dana (Jason) Jones, Hanif Boone, Duran (Sandra) Granger, Dore'Ann Jackson (Charles), Dor'Sean (Jessica) Jackson of New Jersey; Fayver, Raymond, and Omar Ore of South Carolina; and Clifton Leake of Georgia. Siblings, Lois R. Justice of Maryland; Bessie Shrieves of New Jersey; Eva Wright of Pennsylvania; Mona Lisa Bibbins, Mary Hamilton, Apostle Dr. Lenwood (Paster Dr. Diane) Wright, Jerry (Barbara) Wright, Dexter (Montross) Jackson of Virginia; 43 grandchildren, 48 great grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren. His best friends, Yaku Allah and Gail Clark, a special cousin, Jessie Carter, and his partner in crime, his dog Cody. A host of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends who all loved him.
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