Celebrating the life of Charlene Jackson
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Charlene passed away Monday, July 29th, surrounded by family & friends. In her 19 years, Charlene brought joy to all that knew her with her kindness, her passion, and her beautiful smile. One of Charlene’s passions was trying to make the world a better place. She was pursuing that passion as she attended Whitworth University, where she studied Community Health Science and Preventative Medicine as a Psychology and Health Sciences double major. Charlene was a talented young lady recognized in many ways. She was an amazing artist who had artwork chosen to be shown at a National Art Convention in New York and is now on permanent display at the Washington State Capital in Olympia, WA. As an avid golfer she was awarded the distinction of being a First Tee Scholar, recognizing her excellence in academics, leadership, character development and community involvement. Charlene was also very proud to represent her Irish heritage as the Colleen in the annual Spokane St. Patrick’s Day parade. Charlene is survived by her mother, Jeanne Dixon, her father, Rich Jackson, grandfather Thomas Jackson, her siblings Elizabeth Kennedy, Matt Dixon, Alexandra Dixon Jackson, Christopher Jackson, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces & nephews. There will be a memorial service for Charlene on Saturday August 3rd at 2 pm at Whitworth University - Seeley G. Mudd Chapel. Charlene is most remembered for her kindness – she gave it so freely. In her memory the family asks that you honor Charlene by performing random acts of kindness. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The First Tee Inland Northwest at https://www.thefirstteeinlandnw.org/donate/
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300 W. Hawthorne Road
Spokane , WA 99251