Larry D. Jackson           18 September 2009

Larry Jackson passed away on his ranch Friday  of  a  heart 
attack.  A  Memorial  Sevice  will be held in Salado at the 
Grace Baptist  Church, Tuesday, at 10:00 AM.  Larry  helped 
build this church. 

Since Larry was always down to earth, the  family  requests 
that  you  dress  casually  including  jeans.  There  is no 
visitation time and  the  casket  will  be  closed  at  the 
service as Larry wants to be remembered in his life  experiences  with
you.  Burial  will  not  follow  the  service but will be later by the
family.  The directions are below.

          Memorial Service for Larry Jackson
          Tuesday, September 22, 2009, 10:00 AM
          Grace Baptist Church
          5798 FM 2484 Rd
          Salado, TX 76571
          Church: (254) 947-5917? 

Please keep JoAn and her family in your thoughts and  prayers.  If you 
want to send a note or card, her address is:

     JoAn Jackson
     RR 1 Box 140
     Salado, Texas  76571

Directions:  Drive I-35 to Salado
Take FM 2484 (left off of I-35)  for 2 miles, white church with  green 

Donn German
19417 Sea Island Dr
Pflugerville, TX  78660

He was born on April 4, 1943, to Claude Henry “Big” Jackson and Stella 
Ann Brooks in  Salado.  He attended Cedar Valley Elementary and Salado 
schools. He was a life-long resident of Salado. He married Joan Marley 
of Florence. He served as a sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, 1966-1972, 
at Keesler Air Force Base in the Philippine Islands, in Vietnam during 
the Tet Offensive and became an instructor of electronics  at  Keesler 
Air  Force  Base  after his tour in Vietnam.  He worked 15 years as an 
engineer at Texas Instruments in Austin.  He was also  a custom  home-
builder, having  built the Grace Baptist Church building in Salado. He 
also owned and operated a bait business for more than 32 years. 

Survivors include his  wife  of  47  years; a  son, Steven  Jackson; a 
daughter,  Marla Jackson Bassa; a brother, Norman Jackson of Salado; a 
sister, Kathy Phillips of Little River-Academy; and five grandchildren. 

Broecker Funeral Home in Salado is in charge of arrangements.