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STAR TRIBUNE, Casper Wyoming, 3 September 1989
Obituary of MARVIN R. JACKSON
Graveside services and burial of Marvin R. Jackson, 77, of Glenrock will be conducted at 3:30pm Tuesday at the Glenrock Cemetery by Rev. Roger Hawthorne of Winter Memorial Presbyterian church.

Mr. Jackson died August 31, 1989, at Wyoming Medical Center following a lengthy illness. He was born November 16, 1911, at Burns, Kansas, the son of Alberet T. and Mattie F. " White" Jackson.

On January 16, 1946, he married Lillie May Patterson in Augusta, Kansas.

Mr. Jackson had been a farmer and rancher all his adult life, and moved to Glenrock in April 1989 from Kansas.

He is survived by his wife and one son, Curtis Jackson, both of Glenrock; one brother Jess Jackson of El Dorado, Kansas; and two grandchildren.

Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher


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