Mr. Jackson was a mechanic for United Parcel Service, St. Louis, MO before his retirement. He was an avid angler and a member of the Millstadt VFW Post 7980. Stoney was a U.S. Army veteran.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Billie Jo, nee Wilson, Jackson; his parents, Clayton and Virginia, nee Morgan, Jackson; a brother, Raymond Allen Jackson; and three sisters, Carolyn Swindell, Charlotte Rogers, and Betty Jackson, in childhood.
Surviving is his wife of 24 years, Betty, nee Clements, Jackson, whom he married on March 13, 1992;
5 children, Terry (Chris) Jackson of Olathe, KS,
Mark (Ann) Jackson of Waterloo, IL,
Roy (Christina) Pryor of Pevely, MO,
Tamra (Larry) Muffo of New Athens, IL,
and Monica (Sean) Lanter of New Athens, IL;
10 grandchildren, Kelly (Cody) Burgess of Olathe, KS,
Corey (Laura) Jackson of Overland Park, KS,
Ashley Bridges of Freeburg, IL,
Josh (Amy) Pryor of Freeburg, IL,
Jacob Pryor of Freeburg, IL,
Ariana Muffo (fiancé Seth Causey) of Waterloo, IL,
Cheyenne Muffo of New Athens, IL,
Ashley Rast, Tyler Lanter,
and Breanna Lanter, all of New Athens, IL;
four great-grandchildren, Jackson Burgess, Delaney Burgess,
Atticus Jackson, and Tinley Pryor;
three sisters, Bonnie (Bill) Collins,
and Mona Martin.
Memorials may be made to the Disabled American Veterans (DAV). Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.rennerfh.com.
Funeral: According to his wishes, cremation was held. There will be no funeral service.
Betty – I am so sorry to heat about Stoney – my thoughts and prayers are with you and all of the family. May the many memories you shared help you through each day.
Sue Wilde, Olathe, KS, 66061
Mr. Jackson made me smile many times. I only knew him thru Facebook, but I could tell he was a good man. My condolences to his family.
RIP my FB friend.
Elaine Willingham, Marion, Illinois, 62959
My condolences to you and Monica and family.
I know you and Stoney always had a good time together. Hope to see you both soon at the barber shop. My prayers are with you.
Morris Linnemann, Columbia, IL
Morris Linnemann, Columbia, Illinois, 62236
I just saw in the the freeburg tribune about Stoney. I am so sorry.
You have my sincerest sympathy.
Any thing I can ever do for you or your family you know just ask.
John Linder, fayetteville, ill, 62258