Kathryn Elizabeth Jackson

kathryn jackson

August 17, 1928 ~ April 22, 2022

Born in: Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Resided in: Arlington, Texas

Kathryn Elizabeth Anderson Jackson was born at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on August 17, 1928, to Mary and Fred Anderson. After enjoying many years on US Army posts, her father, US Army Master Sergeant Anderson, completed his military career and brought his family to Arkansas to retire.

Kathryn graduated from Paragould High School and then moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas where she worked for many years at Southwestern Bell, Malvern Minerals and Landmark Bank.

She married Delmer Jackson of Hot Springs, Arkansas on June 25, 1949. She and Delmer served faithfully at Park Place Baptist Church for over forty years.

In the year 2000, she moved to Arlington, Texas where she served alongside her family at Fielder Church for over twenty years.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Delmer, her grandson, Drew Smith and her sister, Helen Walker.

She had four children: Sandra Smith (Dr. Gary A. Smith), Tom Jackson (Pam Jackson) , Rebecca Dennis (Kenny Dennis), Leigh Bryant (Rod Bryant).

She deeply loved her 11 grandchildren: Katy Rowe, Matt Smith, Jennifer Keys, Jonathan and Joshua Jackson, Suzanne Egan, Kenny And Scott Dennis, Paul Bryant, and Rebecca Loudamy.

She cherished her 20 great-grandchildren: Ashton, Alyssa, Abby and Alex Price, Oliver Rowe, Andrew and Harmony Smith, Jack and Carter Keys, Piper and Evan Egan, Bradley, Eli and Forrest Dennis, Sawyer and Sutton Dennis, Charlie and Theo Bryant, and Judson Loudamy.

Kathryn was loved and respected by her family, her work colleagues and her treasured friends. Facing each season of her life with courage and grace, her love for Jesus sustained her strength. She will be remembered by her loved ones for her sweet faithfulness.

Thank you, Father, for the meaningful impact that she had on our lives generationally with her unconditional love.

Memorial Service:

Friday, May 13 at 11:00 at Fielder Church, South Oaks Campus

Graveside Service:

Saturday, May 14 at 11:00 at Greenwood Cemetery in Hot Springs, Arkansas



Memorial Service: May 13, 2022 11:00 am

Fielder Church-South Oaks Campus
5925 US 287
Arlington, TX 76017

Graveside Service: May 14, 2022 11:00 am

Greenwood Cemetery
847 3rd Street
Hot Springs, AR 71913

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  4. CandleImageI love you Gram! I will forever miss my Red Lobster Twin!! I thank God for Blessing me with Such an amazing, cool, funny and Most of all Godly Gram-mother. Grand child could ever ask for!

  5. What a wonderful mom we have had for all these years. We give thanks for the truth you taught us and the way you kept us on the right path. You will be greatly missed but we rejoice in your new freedom in heaven. Love you Mom.

  6. We will miss Kathryn’s smile and sweet spirit and look forward to meeting again in our heavenly home. May God comfort all the family at this time of separation. love, Gwen Burk

  7. I was Kathryn’s pastor at Town Village. I’m inspired by her motto for life, “Each day, I choose joy.” It’s a joy to know her. She loved and encouraged me. I enjoyed our visits. I am thankful for her.

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