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JACKSON, Eric David 'Dave' - Passed away at his home in Beaverton on Friday, September 18, 2020 with family by his side.

He was born in Montreal on March 18, 1943.

Dave was predeceased by his parents Eric and Grace Jackson (nee Donaldson).

Dave is survived by his loving wife of 26 years and best friend Barbara Jackson (Little), his sons Matthew Jackson of Fort Frances, Ryan Jackson of Alberta and his granddaughter Cassandra Jackson of Fort Frances.

He is also survived by his sister Holly (Bryan) Pick of Oshawa, Step-Daughter Bonnie (Kevin) Parisien, step-grandchildren Bryan and Corey Parisien, sisters-in-law Gladys (Carl) Nesbitt, Joan (the late Jack) Collins, Eleanor (Carl) Michell and Cathy (Dave) Beckett.

Lovingly remembered by his nephews John (Stephanie) Pick of Ottawa and David (Lindsay) Pick of Caledon East and great nephews and nieces Evan, Eleanor, Kennedy, and Tyler Pick as well as many cousins of the Jackson and Donaldson families.

The family moved to Teeswater, Ontario when Dave was 6 where he attended public school.

A Private Family Service will be held in Beaverton, Ontario.  A Graveside Committal Service will be held at 1P.M. on Thursday September 24th at Culross and Teeswater Cemetery, South of Teeswater on Concession 4 east of Bruce Road 4.

Barbara wishes to extend her gratitude to family, friends and neighbours who kept in touch with Dave during his illness by way of outside visits, phone calls, emails and Social Media. He appreciated each and every visit. 

If so desired, memorial donations may be made to Brock Community Food Bank or Canadian Wildlife Federation.

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