Charles W. Jackson Jr.

June 5, 1942 - March 23, 2023
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Charles W. Jackson Jr. 80, of Ludlow, passed away on Thursday, March 23 2023.  Born in Ludlow on June, 5, 1932, he was the son of thelate Charles Jackson Sr and Jean (Goewey) Jackson. Educated in local schools, he was a driver for Estes Express Lines for many years.

Charles is survived by his son Charles Jackson III and his grandson Logan Jackson; his daughter and caregiver Kathy Welch; step-son Travis Ward; his sister Donna Ray Hawks and his niece Nancy Tunis. He was predeceased by his wife Joyce Conn and his sister Cynthia Gow.

Private burial will be held in Island Pond Cemetery.

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Born: June 5, 1942
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Kathy posted on 3/31/23

I love you Dad (Chuck). Thank you for being there for me when I needed a dad. Thank you for loving me Your always in my thoughts and prayers and forever in my heart. Love. Your daughter. Kathy. I love you to the moon and back around. Love Kathy XXX OOO


Carolyn J Gagliarducci posted on 3/27/23

Charlie was my cousin. He was a twin and twin runs in our family. I will miss him very much. My heart is broken May forever rest in peace.


Nancy Tunis posted on 3/26/23

Marion.. my Uncles one true love. Thank you for loving him and giving him that kick in the butt when he really needed it!


Nancy Tunis posted on 3/26/23

Uncle Chuck.. a gentle giant. The coolest and best uncle a kid would be lucky enough to have. Will never forget you.


Nancy Tunis posted on 3/26/23

Kathy, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you have done for my uncle this past year. I know it wasn’t easy. He loved you more than any father could love his daughter. Step was not in his vocabulary.