Brian Jackson, Sr

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Brian Jackson Sr, age 51. Sunrise April 30, 1970 and Sunset December 4, 2021.

Brian Keith Jackson, Sr., age 51, departed this life on Saturday, December 4, 2021, at Doctors West Hospital.

 

Brian was born April 30, 1970.  He was the seventh of eight children born to the union of Raynol Jackson, Sr. and Martha Jackson in Columbus, Ohio.

 

Brian was affectionately known as “Chibby”.  Brian graduated from Centennial High School in Columbus and worked many years for The Parks and Recreation Department; and more currently worked for Columbus Ohio Transit Authority (COTA).

 

Brian was fun-loving, funny, and laid back.  He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, listening to music and fishing.  Chibby also enjoyed hanging out going to concerts and taking long rides with his fiancé RaQuel.  However, he loved sports, you could find Chibby on Saturdays watching his Ohio State Buckeyes play.  He was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan who on Sundays you could find dressed in Steelers gear from head to toe.

 

It has been an honor and blessing to have known such a great man.  He has and would do anything for any one; whether he knew them or not.  He was such a blessing to many and will forever be greatly missed.

 

Mr. Brian Keith Jackson leaves to cherish his memory, his son Brian Jackson Jr.; grandchildren Jae’Liyana Jackson-Westbrook, Jamere Johnson, and August Noble; fiancé RaQuel Sanders, siblings Stephen, Roger, Angela, Michael, Raynol Jr., and Kevin Jackson; 3 bonus children Jazmin, Jamiyah and JaJauntae Young; special niece Ciera Jackson; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; along with his COTA family.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Monday, December 20, 2021 at Beluah Land Power House, 975 Mediterranean Ave.

Interment at Green Lawn Cemetery.

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