Ronald Jackson

Ronald Jackson

Friday, April 30th, 1965 Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

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Obituary for Ronald Dean Jackson

Ronald Dean Jackson, 55, of Basehor, Kansas, passed away on June 30, 2020 peacefully in his sleep.
Ron was born on April 30, 1965 in Kansas City, Kansas. After graduating from Basehor High School in 1983, he went on to serve in the Navy.
In 1982, he met SanDee, and they wed in 1984, going on to have 3 children, Lauren, Rachel and Sarah.
Ron was known for his problem-solving ability. He could fix just about anything. He saw the world differently than most and walked to the beat of his own drum. Ron could make anyone smile and had the most loud and infectious laugh. He enjoyed spending time with his wife and children, gardening and searching for a good deal on anything that he might have needed to solve one more problem.
Ron was also a passionate chef and could often be found in the kitchen cooking up another meal with ample amounts of Cajun seasoning, cayenne pepper and jalapenos. If the meal didn’t make him sweat, it wasn’t hot enough!
Anyone who knew Ron knew that he was a loving father and wonderful husband. He was also a devoted friend to all who knew him and would never pass up anyone who needed his help and expertise.
He is survived by his wife, SanDee, his daughters; Lauren, Rachel and Sarah, his granddaughter Kiah and his sister, Karen.
There will be a private memorial and service for his immediate family due to COVID restrictions and a burial service to follow.

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Chris & Marilyn Anderson

We are most saddened to learn the news of Ron's passing. We both remember him when he was a student in our classes at Basehor High School. Chris particularly remembers talking with him in recent years and seeing him out and about on his motorcycle. Our heartfelt condolences to all of his family.
Comment | Posted at 07:07pm via Condolence

Ed Kendall

I called Ron a good friend. I am most proud to call him a brother. I will miss trading funny stories of our daily lives. RIP brother.
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