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Stanley C. Jackson

December 20, 1952 ~ August 5, 2019 (age 66)

Stanley Carter Jackson, son of the late Delores Jackson and Claude Jackson
was born December 20, 1952 in Baltimore, MD. He suddenly departed this
life August 5, 2019.

He was educated in Baltimore Public School System.

He began his career with the City of Baltimore on November 1, 1971, as an
assistant teacher at. "Emily Price Jones Head Start Center" for 10 years then
he was promoted to an associate teacher. Due to budget cuts with Baltimore
City the Center was privatized and he was transferred after 20 years to a
new career with The Department of Public Works-Bureau of Water &
Waste Water-Meter Shop, where he performed various duties from 1991
until 2004, where he retired after "33" Faithful Years of Service.

Stanley was a very outgoing person. He spoke his mind, and we loved him
for it. Some of his hobbies were wrestling, surfmg the web, singing,
dancing, and spending time with his family and friends. His favor singer of
all time was Diana Ross, he loved her so much he has posters of her all over
his living room wall, in which are still hanging to this day.©Stanley has
lived in the same house for many, many years and is one of the oldest home
owners in his block, in which they will truly miss his BIG MOUTH!

From a young age Stanley sung on the choir "Solid Rock Gospel Singers"
Stanley spent his entire life in church, Southern Baptist Church, where he
was baptized at a young age. Later in life, he joined "St. Abraham Baptist
Church" now known as "The City of Abraham Church Ministries", under
former Pastor Rev. Clarence Yerby, current Pastor Richard Yerby, where
he was one of the lead Singers on the "Voices of st. Abraham" for many
many years. In 2007, Stanley left his church to follow Pastor Robert
Johnson & First Lady Donna Johnson to "Christian Center Church".

Preceding him in death was his Mother Delores Jackson, Father Claude
Jackson, two brothers Wesley McQueen and Darrell Gulliver SR.

Stanley leaves to mourn: his Life Partner for 40+ years Moses Fortson
(Terry), three sisters Leslie Jackson-Jones, Lyque Jackson-OConnor (Mi-
chael), and Zelda Green. One son Manny Ware, adopted son Antonio
Harvey (deceased), Nieces Chenise Sonko, Sherina Mckenzey, LaKennya
Williams, and Audra Gulliver. Nephews James Jones III (deceased) Darrell
Gulliver, JR (deceased) Sheron Carter Jackson, Leonard Terry V
(LaDawn), and Jerrod Gulliver. Sister-in-law for life Linda Gulliver, Broth-
er from another mother/father Calvin Chisolm, Maurice Jackson, Alfred
Wilson, Bennett Gulliver, Arron Gulliver, Sister/cousin Pamela Davenport,
close friends Latoya, Darlene, Marvin, Carmen and Daniel and a host of
other relatives and friends too numerous to name!

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