Christine Louise Jackson- Howard was born on Jan. 18, 1953 in Atlanta to the late Eliza Jackson and the late Paul Williams. She was raised by the late Mr. & Mrs. Nora and Martha Kelly.
At an early age she accepted Christ and became a member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Newton County High School and then technical school with a Patient Care Technician Diploma. She retired from Hercules Corporation after 25 years of service and later worked in the Medical field as a Patient Care Technician. Christine was a very loving person who will be greatly missed.
On Feb. 21, 2019, she was called to her eternal home to be with the Lord. She is preceded in death by both parents; Mr. & Mrs. Nora (Martha) Kelly; sister, Ms. Betty Jackson; brother, Mr. Robert Jackson.
Christine leaves a legacy of love to cherish her memories; husband, Henry Howard; daughters, Ternesha Jackson and Latoya Howard; her pride and joy grandson, Tristan Brown; sisters, Yvonne Rogers, Mr. & Mrs. Henry (Cynthia) Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight (Catherine) Tripp, Mr. & Mrs. David (Pamela) Gracey and Ms. Paula Hunter; brothers, Mr. & Mrs. Gregory (Brenda) Lackey, Mr. & Mrs. Deandre (Tikisha) Williams, Mr. & Mrs. Alonza (Michelle) Jackson and Mr. Wendall Kelly; sisters-in-law, Ms. Mary Ann Howard and Mrs. Rosa McPherson; brothers-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Richard (Diane) Howard, Mr. & Mrs. Ed (Carolyn) Howard and Mr. Robert Ross; devoted cousins, Ms. Barbara Jean Gaither; devoted niece, Ms. Tiffany Lackey; goddaughters, Mr. & Mrs. Timothy (Chundra) Price and Mr. & Mrs. Keith (Zena) Thompson and a host of nieces, nephews, other loving relatives and special friends.
A funeral service was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26 at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 2051 Henderson Mill Road, Covington, with the Rev. Shelton Brown Jr. and the Rev. William H. Gaither officiating. Interment followed in the church cemetery.
The family of the late Mrs. Christine Jackson- Howard would like to express our sincere appreciation for the many kind deeds shown during our time of bereavement. May God continue to bless each of you.