Millicent Annette Jackson “Millie”, born September 22, 1968 in Dayton, Ohio, went home to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on September 7, 2021.
Millicent was raised in Jefferson Twp., a suburb of Dayton, OH where she graduated from Jefferson Twp. High School in 1986. She attended Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins, TX. She later received her B. S. in Business Management from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio.
She was an active member of Summit Christian Church located in Trotwood, OH. Millicent was a member of the choir and participated in various ministries and activities for the church.
She always greeted everyone with a warm smile and her personality was genuinely pleasant. Her son Jaydan was the light and love of her life, they were always together creating precious memories to be cherished forever.
Millicent lived in Columbus, OH and was employed by the State of Ohio in the Dealer Licensing Section where she made a host of friends and professional acquaintances.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas D. Jackson Sr. and Bernice Raspberry Jackson.
She is survived by her son, Jaydan Thomas Jackson of Galloway, OH; sister, Karen (Joe) Atlas of Cleveland Hts., OH; brother, Thomas Jackson Jr. of Collierville, TN; nieces, Kellie Atlas of Montclair, NJ and Catherine Jackson of Liberty Twp. OH; nephews, Joseph Atlas and Bryan Atlas of Cleveland Hts., OH, Thomas III (Angelica) Jackson of League City, TX, Branden Jackson of Centerville, OH; great nephews, Thomas Jackson IV and Lincoln Jackson of League City, TX; aunt, Charlotte Williams of Dayton, OH; and a host of cousins, extended family members and friends.
To all those who knew and loved Millicent, she will be deeply and truly missed.
Funeral service will be held 11 am Saturday, September 18, at Summit Christian Church, 4021 Denlinger Rd. Visitation 10-11 am at which time family will receive friends. (Mask Required). Interment West Memory Gardens. Arrangements entrusted to House of Wheat Funeral Home, Inc.
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