Nathlyne Jackson was born March 13, 1956 in Kansas City MO, to Nathaniel Holliman and Delores J. Mercier. She grew up in Kansas City MO. She graduated from F L Schlagle High School in Kansas City, Kansas and later moved back to Kansas City. She worked as an CAN at several Nursing Homes around Kansas City, and she also worked in Security around the Kansas City area. She loved many things, she loved to draw, sing, dance and cook, she was best known for making her famous macaroni & cheese, corn bread and brisket and most of all she loved her children. She was preceded into death by her father Nathaniel Holliman and her mother Delores J. Mercer and her maternal grandparents Bernice Clark and Joe Clark and her paternal grandparents Cornelia Tucker and Robert Tucker.
She leaves behind her husband Joseph L. Jackson she leaves to cherish in her memory four sons Jermaine A. Holliman Sr. Joseph K. Jackson, Quince R. Finely ad Sylvester L. Roberts all of Kansas City, MO, two stepsons Kevin Jackson (Leresa) Carl Jackson (Lawanda) all of Kansas City, MO, two beautiful daughters Michell A. Hughes ( Willie) of Kansas City, and Synadia J. Peoples of Thomasville Georgia, one sister Constance Britton (Vincent) of Blue Springs MO, nine grandkids; Damion T. Williams, Sierra Hughes, LaShay Brown, Javon Bradley, Tyrone Bell, JaNaysia Braily, Lil Quince R. Finley, Jermaine A. Holliman Jr, Jermon A Holliman, two great grandchildren, Lailah Kelly and Prince Anthony Eugene Hamlett, one niece, Kimberly Pickens MD (Jerry) of Thomasville Ga., and a special friend Claudia Coleman and a host of family and friends.
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