Celebrating the life of

Lauren L. Jackson

Passed away on December 03, 2021

Lauren L. Jackson

Lauren Louise Jackson, 35, passed away Friday, December 3, 2021 at Candler Hospital.  Lauren was born May 25, 1986 in Naples, Florida.  She was a cosmetologist.  She was preceded in death by her father, Lawrence Jackson.  

Lauren is survived by her wife, Chris Karamalikis, her mother Laura S. Jackson, brother, Jarred Jackson, sister, Amy Jackson and many friends and family members who loved her deeply.  

Lauren lived life to the fullest and always made the fun last as long as anyone would let her. She lived hard and loved hard; always wanting the best for everyone she knew. Lauren left a huge, lasting impression on anyone who crossed her path and made people feel loved and validated to their core. She was loud and proud and lived without apology.

Lauren was always the first to offer help to anyone in need. She was very intuitive to challenges that people had with their mental health and always opened her home and her heart to help without even thinking about it.

Her infectious smile, funny faces, turkey gobble and zest for life will stay with all who knew her forever.

Rest in peace my sweet will be loved forever!!!

A private service will be held at a later date in Florida. 



My sweet wife was taken way too soon. Her generosity towards her friends and people she met was beautiful. She believed in taking care of all that she loved. I will never find a love as great as hers but I will carry her love with me forever!!

- Chris Karamalikis, Guyton, GA

A candle has been lit!

My sweet angel. I cannot believe that you have really left the physical world . My world will never be the same without your love and all the happiness that you brought me every day that we were together. Thank you for making me feel like the best wife on the planet. I will always love you to the moon and back.

- Chris Karamalikis, GUYTON, GA

It was such a privilege to know and spend time with Lauren, and Chris. Lauren was one of those patients you never forget. She had a big, warm heart and infectious smile. I miss her. She was a dear, sweet angel.

- Denise C Thompson, Candler Chaplain, Savannah, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • A Private Service Will Be Held