Vonicile Stewart Jackson, 93, passed away Monday, May 24, 2021 under the care of Hospice.
She was born September 11, 1927 in Ellington, GA to Hiram and Lucille West Stewart. She was a homemaker, volunteered with the American Red Cross for thirty-five years and enjoyed sewing. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Hiram Jackson.
Surviving are her daughter, Elizabeth Whitaker (James); son, David Jackson (Debra); granddaughter, Heather Coleman Brown; grandsons, Jimmy Whitaker, Brent Whitaker, and several great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, May 27, 2021 at Hillcrest Abbey West Cemetery.
My deepest sympathies. Vonicile was a cherished friend who will forever hold a special place in my heart.
- Elizabeth Beauchamp, Richmond Hill, Ga
My heart was saddened to hear of her passing.My sister and I enjoyed many good times together during these past few years with her. We surly will miss Aunt Voncille.
- Linda Harris, Tifton, Georgia
I am so sorry for the loss Of your mother We will be Praying for you and all the family.
- Charles and Debbie Hickman, Lenox , Georgia
David and family you guys are in my prayers. Mrs. Vonicile was the sweetest lady in the entire world! From the RedCross to St. Joe's her love for me remained the same. Sadly missed , YA JASMINE
- Jasmine SJC, Pooler, GA
My heart breaks. Vonicile was a friend and mentor to me at the Red Cross. I will miss her terribly.
- Carrie Friend, Savannah, GA
Our deepest expression of sympathy to the family upon learning of the death of our Miss Vonicile. She was the heart that brought many you our blood drive at the hospital. I was so happy we gave that birthday party to her before COVID changed everything. She was loved by many you cannot even begin to imagine. Thank you for sharing her with all of us. Prayers for you to remember the joy she sprinkled wherever she went.
- A Cannella, Savannah, Ga
Vonicile was a talented and joyful person. I met her through the Red Cross blood drives at Candler and she was such a joy to talk to. She will be missed by many. Rest in peace. Prayers are lifted for her family.
- Juli Zopf, Tybee Island, GA
Miss Voncile was one of the most dedicated volunteers I've ever had the privilege of knowing. We are thinking about her tremendously.
- K Rudder, Savannah, GA