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Herbert Hayden Jackson Jr.


Herbert Hayden "Herb" Jackon Jr. 58, of Bandera, went to be with the Lord Tuesday, June 18, after a short battle with cancer.

A graduate of Marshal High School in San Antonio, for many years Herb worked as lead superintendent for JM Lowe before leaving due to poor health.

He became known for his talent for working with his hands. Whether constructing commercial buildings or dabbling in art, which included the beautiful crosses he created from twisted wire, Herb's keen eye for detail was obvious.

His soul was saved many years ago and he was a member of the 1000 Hills Cowboy Church.

Herb is survived by his wife, Jacqui Jackson; daughter Kelsey Jackson and her fiancé, Wyatt Ortiz; brother John Pace and brother-in-law Clifford Baran, as well as by nieces, nephews and other loving family members and friends. Herb will be greatly missed.

He was predeceased by his parents, Charlotte and Hayden Jackson; and his sister, Linda Pace Smith.

A celebration of Herb's life will be held at 11 am, Saturday, June 29, at Calvary Temple Church, 3000 Loop 534, in Kerrville.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Herb Jackson Memorial Fund at Wells Fargo Bank. Telephone is 830-796-3014 in Bandera and 830-751-2287 in Lakehills. The funds will be used to defray medical expenses.