GERALD "GARY" STANLEY JACKSON Hamden-Gerald "Gary" S. Jackson, loving husband of Diane Clemmons Jackson passed away Feb. 1, 2007. Mr. Jackson was born in New Haven, Nov. 8, 1950, a son of the late James and Ann Stoner Jackson and was employed as Director of Central Maintenance with the New Haven Housing Authority for 23 years. He leaves a son Kenshae Jackson of Atlanta, GA, brothers, Reginald Jackson and his wife, Diane Jackson of Hamden, James Jackson and his wife, Doris Jackson of Hamden, and a sister, Patricia Holmes and her husband, Ronald Holmes of New Haven. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Funeral service will be Friday, Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. at the Immanuel Missionary Baptist Church, 1324 Chapel St., New Haven. Interment will be private. Arrangements are in care of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN.

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  1. Dear Diane and Family, Truly you have my deepest sympathy at this time. You know that I know exactly what you are going through. My heart and prayers are extended to you at this time. I know that you know that God makes no mistakes. It will take a while, a long while, for you to come to grips with this; but God is a good God and He can do everything but fail. Trust in Him Diane, and you will be alright. If you need someone to talk to or just to give you a warm hug, please don’t hesitate to call on me. I know that David will welcome Gary into God’s Heavenly kingdom and they will take on the housing authority in the great beyond. (Smile) May God bless you and keep you in His loving care. Peace and love, Eleanor

  2. Diane – words cannot express how deeply sorry I am for your loss. Gary was a good husband and father, as well as one of the best friends anyone could ever ask for. They say that God only takes the good ones and Gary was one of the best. The relationship you shared was so rare – a relationship that not many people experience in their entire lifetime. Please try to think of the good times and know that Gary is now walking with the angels, free of pain, watching over you and Kenshae until the time comes for you all to be together again. I will pray for God to give you the strength you need to make it through this most difficult time in your life.

  3. Diane and Kenshae, I pray that the memories of the times you, Gary and Kenshae were together will bring you both comfort. God bless and keep you both under His loving care.

  4. Diane, May God bless you during this time and in the future when you are alone, trust God for your strength. God is an awsome God and His peace will be with you, because you were there with .Gary. from beginning to the very end. You will remain in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.

  5. Diane; I can’t begin to tell you the heart felt pain I experienced when I learned that God Had called Gary home. I immediately thought of you and asked the Holy Spirit to rush to your side and perform his duty as the comforter to you and your family. I will forever hold very fond memories of Gary during my time at HANH. I will never forget how the both of you embraced and supported me during my trying times with HANH. I will forever remember the unconditional love the two of you shared, and how you supported and stood steadfast on what was right. Time will eventually heal the pain and sorrow you current feel. You will forever carry .The Love of Your Life. in your heart and Memories. May God forever bless you and your family. Love you always……

  6. Gary’s infectous laugh and smile will be greatly missed. God’ peace and strenght to you Diane. Much love to you and your son. Yours in Christ, Deb Dozier

  7. I am sadden by the passing away of Reggie. I pray that he is recieved warmley in the hands of God and that God give us all the strength to bear his lost. I love you all. Harold Peters

  8. I am truly going to miss you. Who else will let me talk junk about my father only to find out you had him listening to the conversation. And by the way,no I’m not scared of my father.:) Sometimes we question why certain things happen to good people but God could not have chosen a better person to be one of his Angels. I’m truly thankful that I was giving the opportunity to know you. Love Always, Ta

  9. Mom2, Shea’ and family, May God bless you and keep you in your time of sorrow. I thank God that I was given the pleasure of having such a precious man as a second dad in my life. I will always remember the surprise visits and that big smile. May God contunue to spread his wings of glory around you and your family, and always know he is walking with the Angels now and feeling no pain.

  10. So sorry to herar of Gary’s passing. Condolences especially to his partner Dianne Clemmons and to the entire family.

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