Kim Jackson was born on Friday April 27th 1962, She was the beloved daughter to the late Lillian Johnson and Samuel Jackson, she was the youngest of (4) children, and on Tuesday December 29th, 2020, Kim entered Heaven and right into the awaiting arms of Christ Jesus.
She was raised in South Baltimore, where she attended Westport elementary, kim would later go on to graduate from Southwestern High school with honors, after completing her education she was employed by several companies before finding her passion, and that was working with the developmentally disabled while employed by United Cerebral Palsy.
Kim would later move on to a more distinguished career opportunity working for the Maryland School For The Blind, where she became a caretaker for the late Bryan Judy, whom she cared for as her son, Kim found joy in helping those less fortunate. Her hardworking, dedication and overall dependability, made her an outstanding employee as well as role model.
Kim loved to cook, and would often make her famous crab soup which everyone loved and often requested, and she really enjoyed the time she shared with her family and friends.
Kim was incredibly proud of her first born son, Anthony Jr, along with her second son My'ren, who were both fathered by her first love Anthony Blackstone. She also cared for and loved Renard as her own.
Kim was well known for her smile that would easily light up any room.
On Tuesday December 29, 2020, Kim received her wings as one of GOD'S Honorable Angles, she was preceded in death by her mother Lillian, father Samuel, grandma Georgia & sister, Linda
Kim leaves to mourn:
Her Sister: Michelle - Her Brother: Michael - Mother Barbara, as she was lovingly known
Grandchildren: Aiana, Known as (beauty) Capri, Anthony, Faith, MJ. & Makai
Nephews: Frank, Kevin, Qwontay, Chuck, Michael Jr. Winston, Jamal, Tavon & Little Tavon - Nieces: Lashawn, Towanda, Ashley, Trina & Tashia
Daughter-in-laws: Katie & Kristy & Chanta and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
May our mother's memory be a Blessings to everyone who knew her, because to know her was to love her. Ma, you will be forever loved, forever cherished, forever missed, and forever a huge part of the many lives that you have touched.
We thank you Father God for your compassion, for your your grace, for your mercy, and for the memories, but most importantly Father God we thank you for allowing us to have, and to love a mother so beautiful, so loving, so wonderful, so caring, so kind, and oh so sweet. Ma, now you can rest in God's loving arms, and enjoy His eternal peace. Until we meet again in Heaven Ma, we will forever love you and your memories will forever be in our hearts.
Your loving sons,
Anthony & My'ren
Nana, we love and miss you so much, but never had the chance to say goodbye, this is extremely difficult for us, and we find it very hard not to cry, we never expected a day like this where you would no longer be here, the overwhelming pain we feel are overshadowed by tears, Nana, we would give anything to make this pain go away, we pray that God will help us through and make everything ok. We will forever cherish the memories and every moment that we've shared, and we forever love you Nana, and we always knew that you cared.
Your loving grandchildren
Aiana, known by Nanna as (Beauty) MJ, Faith, Capri, little Anthony, & Makia
Kim, I truly thank you for the endless love, that we both shared throughout the years, I thank you for the many memories, where there was laughter as well as tears. I remember the day when we first met, when you were just 13, but I am simply lost for words, and only you would know what I mean. I never thought that there'd come a day, where I'd ever have to say goodbye, as I sit here and wipe away the tears that gently fall from my eyes, our legacy and fun felt times together will continue to live on, God saw the road was getting rough, so He called you to come home. You are forever missed as well as forever loved.
Your first love, Anthony (peanut) Blackstone
You may wonder why I went away, and didn't say goodbye, I couldn't bear to tell you, then sit and watch you cry. My arrival through these Heaven gates came early as you can see, Our Heavenly Father opened up those gates, and with open arms He welcomed me. God saw the road was getting rough, and knew that I had done my best. He gently took me into his arms, and said Kim, it is now time to rest.
Loving Summited, The Family
The family would like to thank everyone for their kind words, heartfelt prayers, love and support during their hour of bereavement.
A funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue on Thursday, January 7th, 2021 at 11 am. Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 from 3 - 5 and 7 - 9 pm.
Interment at Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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