Kenneth Jackson Jr

September 9, 2023

Kenneth Jackson Jr Obituary

Kenneth Jackson Jr. affectionately known as “Red”, was born on November 24, 1957, to the late Kenneth Eugene Jackson Sr. and Ina Claire Jackson. "Red” was a loving husband of 26 years to the late Sharon Ann Jackson. They began dating on September 9, 1974. With love in his heart, he then enlisted into the United States Marine Corp in 1975. Upon his return, he vowed his love to Sharon Ann in holy matrimony on December 5, 1990.He had one daughter, Nicole Nichelle Porter, and one son, Kenneth Eugene Jackson III. As an adult he gave his life to Christ and served as a member of Highway Christian Church of Christ No. 2.

On Saturday September 9, 2023, God called Kenneth Eugene Jackson Jr., home to be with his beloved.He leaves to cherish his memory, daughter Nicole Nichelle Porter (David) of Waldorf, Maryland, son Kenneth Eugene Jackson III (Chanel) of Brandywine, Maryland, five grandchildren: LaMar Antonio Allen Jr., David Jerome Porter II, Diamond Nicole Porter, Kennedy Elizabeth Jackson, and Kenneth Eugene Jackson IV, three great grandchildren: Niko Lamar Allen, NaZar Allen, and NyLeah Allen, Sisters: Ramona Jackson, Paula White, Carlotta Jackson, and ThomasAnn Taylor, Brothers: Curtis Houston and Alfonso Jackson, Aunt: Erslyn Foster, Sister in Laws: Dorethia Lee, Deborah Smith, Brother in Laws: Stanely Jerry, Thomas Jerry, Jr., and Maurice Jerry, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and close friends. 

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