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Mr. Ronnie Clay Jackson
September 16, 1957 ~ November 3, 2023 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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Mr. Ronnie Clay Jackson, sixty six years of age entered into eternal rest on Friday, November 3, 2023 at the Lexington Medical Center in Lexington, South Carolina. Ronnie was born on September 16, 1957 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina to Mr. Horace Amaker and Ms. Lillia Jackson.
Ronnie received his education in Aiken County, South Carolina and was a graduate of Wagener-Salley High School. He was employed by Columbia Crawler and Sandpit in Lexington, South Carolina until his health failed.
Ronnie was united into holy matrimony to Pauline Danley.
He leaves to cherish his memories his four children, Lillian Lawanda Jackson (Demetrius) of Lexington, South Carolina, Ronnie Clay Jackson, Jr. of Pelion, South Carolina, Lakesia Richardson of Sumter, South Carolina and Corine Danley of Lexington, South Carolina; eleven grandchildren, seven great grandchildren; two sisters, Horacena Amaker and Gwen (Brenard) Jackson all of North, South Carolina; two brothers, Gary Amaker and Kennedy Way both of North, South Carolina; one uncle, Curtis Wooden of Aiken, South Carolina; four aunts, Margaret Jackson of Springfield, South Carolina, Helen Jackson of Columbia, South Carolina, Karen Pough of North, South Carolina, and Reatha Mae Jackson of Salley, South Carolina; two sisters in law, Florine (Tommy) Pough, Sara (Richard) Bell of Pelion, South Carolina; one brother in law, Robert (Barbara) Danley of Beech Island, South Carolina; special friend, Clayvene Horton (Muffin); and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.