Lucille Stearman Jackson

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Lucille Stearman Jackson, born November 7, 1944, in Louisville KY, to Alice Jordan and James Stearman, she took her last breath April 9, 2019 at home beside her loving husband Teddy R. Jackson of 54 years.
She fought a long and hard battle with Alzheimer's disease. Lucille owned and operated her own salon, Daisey Hill Beauty Shop, in Borden IN before being transferred with the railroad to London, KY. There she managed a Payless Shoe store until retirement.
She has one living son, Michael R. Jackson (Amy) of Corbin, KY,; one granddaughter, Rachel Logan Jackson of Corbin, KY. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Dana Marie Jackson Browning (Wade), mother, Alice, father, James, sister, Dorothy Stearman Finnie, brothers, James Stearman, John (Sonny) Eiseman, Larry (Buster) Dusel, with two living sisters, Louise Stearman Johnson and Helen Cundiff, one living brother Freddy Harmon, and a slew of nieces and nephews to mourn her passing. Her service will be held Saturday April 13, 2019 at Garr Funeral Home, located in Sellersburg IN. Visitation will begin at 12:00 with funeral at 3 p.m.
Published on April 11, 2019
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Barbara L Dusel BarbaraDusel74@gmail.com
Apr 13, 2019
Ted and Family, I wanted to say that Lucille's brother, Larry did pass away in 2012 but before this happened, He had had two special experiences with Lucille that meant a lot to him. At Freddie's wife's funeral at the cemetery Larry was kind of sad and standing alone, when Lucille came up close to him and the two of them were reminiscing and sharing from the heart. I know it meant a lot to Larry. Also Lucille quite a few years ago would cut Larry's hair once in a while and she did just a wonderful job. She had that kind smile;.....she will be missed!!! . God bless. I will be praying. Barbara
Cathy Jackson
Apr 13, 2019
Ted, I am sorry for your loss. You two were a very special couple.