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Gwenda Faye Jackson
August 25, 1959 ~ September 3, 2022 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Gwenda Faye Jackson was born August 25th, 1959, to the parentage of Charles Minard Davis, Sr. and Queen Esther Clisby Jackson in Sylacauga, Alabama. At an early age Gwen accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and united with New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Sylacauga, Alabama.
Gwen received her formal education from Talladega County School system and graduated from Childersburg High School. She furthered her education and graduated from Trenholm State Technical College School of Nursing in Montgomery, Alabama.
Gwen began her career in the medical field and was a dedicated employee with Baptist South Medical Center, Montgomery, Alabama, where she worked as a Mental Health Tech until her retirement. After retirement, Gwen devoted her life to her children, grandchildren and others. Always putting their needs before her own.
Gwen, departed this walk of life on Saturday, September 3rd, 2022, under the care of Jackson Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama. She was preceded in death by her father, Mozell Jackson, sister Minnie Jackson, and brother, Willie Frank Jackson.
She leaves to cherish her memories to her daughters, ArQuita Jackson and Myshonda Jackson both of Montgomery, AL; grandchildren, Jamarious Fulks of Montgomery, AL, Courtney Exford, Jr. of Tacoma, WA, Kentarious Fulks, Kenneth Fulks, Jr., Makari Williams, Eric Birmingham all of Montgomery, AL and her only granddaughter, Erica Birmingham of Montgomery, AL; She also leaves a loving mother, Queen Ester Jackson of Sylacauga, AL; father, Charles M. (Jewel) Davis, Sr. of Stone Mountain, GA; nine brothers, John Jackson of Alabama, Richard Jackson of Florida, Charles Davis, Jr., Greg Davis, Rickie Davis, Patrick Davis, Jerome Rowland, and Kevin Rowland all of Ohio, and Justin Davis of Kentucky; seven sisters, Mary Leonard, Debra Jackson, Francester Oden and Renita Smith all of Alabama, Josephine Taylor of Tennessee, Wanda Gail Abernathy and Michelle Rowland both of Ohio; aunts, Mary Thompson, Juanita Crayton and Claudia Jacobs all of Alabama; uncles, A.C. Ware, Benjamin Ware both of Alabama, and Atida Davis of Georgia; She also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, other relatives and friends.