Marianne Lorraine Jackson
JACKSON; Marianne ~ On Sunday, April 25, 2021 at the Toronto General Hospital, at the age of 72. Marianne Jackson (nee Austin) was the beloved wife of William “Bill” Jackson. Loving mother of Rob (Maria), Jamie and Michael (Janis). Loved and cherished grandmother of Alex, Steven, Dylan, Parker, Isabelle and Natalie. Dear sister of Rick Austin (JoAnn), Larry Austin (Cheryl), Nancy (Jerry Walsh), Debbie (Brad Switzer), the late Pam White, and the late Bill Austin. Daughter of the late Lloyd and Vera Austin. Marianne had an impactful career as a nurse who was always passionate about patient care no matter what her role was. Marianne forged strong friendships with many people through work and the community. All were proud to call her friend.
The family plans to have a Celebration of Life at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations be given to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northumberland in Marianne’s memory. Arrangements entrusted to Fallis & Shields Funeral Home and online condolences or donations may be made at fallis-shields.com.
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My sincere condolences to all the family. Such a good friend to so many Rest In Peace Marianne
l wii miss you my good friend rest in peace
Sophia Davey Frieda
So sorry for your loss. Marianne was such a lovely, fun loving friend. She always had wonderful family stories to tell and she will be missed by so many.
Marianne was such a special friend . She will always be in my heart.
Marianne was my good friend and colleague dating back to 1968. She leaves huge shoes to fill in the world around her. If she saw a need she always worked to fix it. She was the glue that held her workplace and family together. She was rightly proud of the boys she and Bill raised, and very proud of her grandchildren. RIP my friend.
Dennis and Jeanne Keiser
We are saddened to hear of the passing of your mom, mom in law and grandma. Know that she is at peace and reunited with her husband. Big hugs to all of you.
All her friends and family will miss her dearly. She was an exceptional friend to all who knew her.
My sincere condolences to the family Maryanne was a kind loving person always willing to help out . I enjoyed working the bingos with her and the many years at the nursing home . Rest in peace my friend
I will treasure all the great memories Marianne.!! You were a wonderful mentor, co-worker and friend. Sending my heartfelt condolences to all the family.
My sincere condolences to the family . Such a great person . Aa devoted nurse and family person . Rest In Peace
We shared some great times with mom and dad.love to all .
Janet and Les Ford
We shared the good times and the bad.She was always there for our family.She was like a sister to me.She will be sadly missed.Hugs go out to her family.Until we meet again Marianne.Love you lots. Rick and Jo.
Rick & Jo-Ann
Sending you my deepest condolences for the loss of Marianne. She was a wonderful friend and a truly amazing person. Rest In Peace Marianne
Rest In Peace, dear friend
Bill and Rob, Jamie and Michael our deepest condolences to you and your families. We were saddened to learn of Marianne’s passing and we mourn her loss. We wish you strength and comfort during this difficult time.
Aldo and Claudia D'Agostino
I was so sad to see that Marianne had passed when I was reading the weekend paper. I worked with her quite closely at the Golden Plough and missed her terribly when she retired. However, we soon met up again at the Northumberland Hills Hospital when I was working and she was volunteering. She was an excellent nurse and just a wonderful person. She will be missed .
A great lady, Our lives are richer for having known her. May she rest in Peace. Bill & Marg Andrus
Bill and Marg Andrus
My sincere condolences to the family. Marianne was truly one of those special people who cared about all her residents and staff. She always had a great sense of humour and was easy to talk to. She will be greatly missed. RIP my friend
Marianne you were a dear friend and a great colleague when we worked together at GPL. Rest in peace.
I was saddened to read of Marianne's passing at such a young age. I had the privilege of working a few months with Marianne during 1992 and 1993 as a Nurse Classifier for the Ministry of Long Term Care. We were paired up together and travelled to different Long Term Care homes mostly east of here. I specifically remember her kindness, the laughs we would share together and the exciting World Series games we would watch from our hotel room after our day's work. Marianne introduced me to Bingo and when I periodically attend I think of that Lightening Bingo we attended together in Kingston and how she played my cards as well as her's. RIP Marianne
Nancy (Currelly) Williams