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Mr. Dywane A. Jackson, 55

Mr. Dywane Alfonso Jackson was born on February 9, 1963 in Brooks County, Georgia.  He departed this life on May 4, 2018.

Dywane loved and enjoyed life.  He served in the military for 13 years.  He enjoyed being a truck driver for over 20 years before retiring to enjoy life with his wife and family.

Dywane leaves to cherish his memories; his devoted wife, Debra Ann Jackson; his children, Constance, Angela, Chris, Le’Tasha, Brittany, Tatyana and Yoshiko; three grand-children, Caldreonna, Canardia and Caja; his loving mother, Mae Jackson; his brother, Montego Holloway (Sandra) and father Gerald Golden; his very special aunt, Lee Jackson and a host of loving sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral services were Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. at Welcome Hope Christian Church in Barney, Georgia with Pastor Jackie Hargrow officiating.  Burial followed in the New Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Barney.  Condolences may be made by visiting stevensmcgheefuneralhome.com  Stevens-McGhee Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.


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  • Monday, May 14, 2018
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Stevens-McGhee Funeral Home
  • Monday, May 21, 2018
    To the family of Mr. Jackson, so sorry for your loss, I know from experience how difficult it is to deal with something as unnatural as death. Especially when it happens so suddenly. This scripture in Isaiah 25:8 might be comforting to you, knowing that soon death will be gone. The separation between you and your loved one is only temporary.
    ~ Damion   Quitman, GA
  • Friday, May 25, 2018
    We deeply feel for what you and the family are going through. At times, there isn't much that can soothe the pain this grief brings, but you may find some comfort in the words of Psalms 9:9 which reads: "Jehovah will become a secure refuge for the oppressed, A secure refuge in times of distress." Yes, our Loving God can help if we allow him to (1John 5:14). He also has made the SURE promise of a resurrection right here on earth, when it is restored to a Paradise (Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:9-11,29). No, not just a dream, but for a certainty he will do it, for Isaiah 55:11 shows us that everything he says, he accomplishes without fail. You can find out more online at JW.ORG
    ~ R&R Lopez