A celebration of Vicky (Hall) Jackson's life will be held on March 10 in the El Paso Community Building at 523 S. Sycamore St. in South Pointe Park.
The celebration will begin with a memorial service at 5 PM. A light meal and soft drinks will be provided after the service, and the celebration will continue through the evening.
Guests are welcome at any time and may bring their own adult beverages and snacks. Dress attire to be business casual with ties and jackets optional.
Please join us while we share memories and celebrate Vicky.
Vicky L. Jackson, 53 of El Paso died early on Sunday January 21, 2018 at
OSF St. Joseph hospital in Bloomington after a year long battle with
Cremation has been accorded by Ruestman Harris Funeral Home. A Celebration
of Vicky's life is being planned for a later date. (Saturday, March 10, 2018.)
Vicky was born in Des Moines, IA on Dec 14, 1964, the daughter of Jeannine
(Booton) Hall and William Hall (deceased).
Surviving are her husband Kurt and 2 children, Kain (18)
and Haagan (16), and her mother, all of El Paso; 2 sisters, Cyndi (and Ray) Wilcox
of East Peoria, Lisa (and Alan) Hardman of Carlock; a mother-in-law and
father-in-law; 5 Sister-in-laws; 5 brother-in-laws; 7 nieces, and 7
Vicky graduated from Lexington High School and studied early childhood
education at Illinois State University. She married Kurt on October 21,
She was a special education teachers' aide at Jefferson Park Elementary
School, and had volunteered there for 12 years. She was a huge supporter
of Youth and High School Football and Wrestling programs. Vicky was a
devoted wife and mother, and was passionate about educating children and
caring for her family. She enjoyed traveling with family and weekend
getaways with her Husband and friends. She touched the hearts of many in
her short time, and will be missed greatly.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude, American
Cancer Society, or Autism Awareness.
Celebration of Life
5:00 PM (CST)
El Paso Community Center
South Sycamore Street
El Paso, IL 61738
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