Jackson Adamson (13 Jan 1943 - 1 Jan 2018)

Funeral Service

Location
St Michael's and All Angels Parish Church High Street Easington Lnae DH5 0JR
Date
16th Jan 2018
Time
11.30am
Funeral Director
Andrew Grey Funeral Directors, Hetton Le Hole

Cremation Details

Location
Sunderland CrematoriumChester RoadSunderlandSR4 7JA
Date
16th Jan 2018
Time
12.30pm

Adamson

Hetton-le-Hole

Suddenly at home on January 1st aged 74 years, Jackson. The beloved husband of Marie. The dearly loved dad of Natalie, Kimberley and Alexander. The much loved father-in-law of Colin, Kevin and Vicki. The proud grandad of Luke, Daniel, Lewin, Freddie, Eloise, Sophie and Izzy. The loving brother-in-law of Juliana and Bob. The devoted uncle of Janice and Carol. A much loved friend to many. Friends please meet on Tuesday January 16th for service in St. Michael and All Angel’s Parish Church, Easington Lane at 11:30am. Committal to follow in Sunderland Crematorium. All are welcome afterwards to Hetton Lyons Cricket Club for refreshments. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu if so desired to the British Heart Foundation. A collection plate will be provided at the church. All enquiries to Andrew Grey Funeral Directors, 30 Station Road, Hetton-Le-Hole, Tel: 0191 5265800. Forever in our Hearts.

With deepest sympathy from Andrew and staff.

Kimberley Welburn wrote

He was never one for praises,
He was never one to boast.
He just went on quietly working,
For those he loved the most.

His dreams were seldom spoken,
His wants were very few.
And most of the time his worries,
Would go unspoken too.

He was there, a firm foundation,
Through all our storms and strife.
A sturdy hand to hold onto,
In times of stress and strife.

A true friend we could turn to,
When times were good or bad.
One of our greatest blessings,
The man we called our Dad.

Miss you and love you forever xxxxxx

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Ziggy Heron wrote

I have known my uncle Jackson my whole life and I am heartbroken that he is no longer in it. Some of my earliest memories are of him and the wonderful time we spent together. Whenever I returned to the Northeast I looked forward to seeing him and catching up again. He was a constant source of wisdom and friendship. My thoughts are with you all.

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Tea and biscuits and time to chat I have looked up to you most of my life missing you xx

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Jackson was a lovely kind helpful gentleman , it was my privilege to call him my friend , will miss you πŸ’”πŸ’”

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