Allen     W.
Greece: Wednesday May 2, 2012. Predeceased by his sons, George Allen Jackson, Robert Allen Jackson. Survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Pat Jackson; daughter-in-law, Phyllis Jackson; his children, Connie (Stephen) Mesiti, Paul A. (Mary Ann) Jackson, Sharon Miller ( Rich Heinrich), Pamela (Gary) Miller, Renee (Peter) Miller, Kim (Tom) Jewell, Mark A. (Tammi) Jackson, Allyn (Garret) Frederick, Shawn A. Jackson; 47 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, cousins, dear friends and relatives. Allen was a proud Army Veteran and a retiree of Eastman Kodak Company after over 40 years. His greatest legacy of love was his wife, children, 100 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends may call Friday (May 4th) 4-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday 9:00 AM at Holy Cross Church. Entombment, Holy Sepulche Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Children's International in his memory. For more information or to sign Allen's guestbook, please visit

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  1. Connie, Mrs. Jackson and Family,
    May you celebrate the life of Mr. Jackson with the fondest of memories and love. Please accept my deepest sympathy and that of my family.
    Bob Dunbar

  2. Dear Pat, to you and your dear family….Our heaartfelt sympathy!
    We are so sad to hear of Allen’s passing
    My latest infirmities kept us from attending the wake but we had you on our minds and in our hearts.

    John and Caroline

  3. I am so glad that I got to see, hug and kiss Uncle Allen while I was in Rochester for Mom’s funeral. That is the way I want to remember him, laughing and happy. I will always treasure the memories of when we were little and Uncle Al would make us pancakes on Saturday or Sunday mornings when we spent the night. He made every possible kind of oancakes, and they were the best I ever ate. He was a world class hugger, and I look forward to getting another hug from him one day when I see him ‘up there’.
    Uncle Al, we will always love you and cherish your memory!!

  4. If there was a man who stood out among men, there would be the one man, Allen Jackson, that I would notice most. I experienced Mr. Jackson as a conservative gentleman with a heart pure of gold; a great example among men. His values for family are what we all should abide as shown through his legacy, which lives on by his many examples. I understand him as a shy man with a great amount of trust upon his shoulders, sublime in display, a quite soul with a firm hand on reality as well as someone I hold as a leader of humanity and grace.

    Rest in peace, Mr. Jackson. Know that, even at a great distance, you have definitely touched my life in a way that fortifies the positive that keeps us strong and together. You will be long remembered for the sustenance that gives my family it’s strength. Thank you.

  5. Kim and Tom,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Allen was such a gentleman. I remember what a great singing voice he had when he joined us in the choir. He was a good and caring man.

  6. Our deepest sympathies for the loss of your Husband and Father. Our hearts reach out to you in this time of loss, and know that your great faith will comfort you.
    Sally & Pat Lupiani
    (Phyllis Jackson’s sister & brother-in-law)

  7. Our thoughts are with you at this time Jackson/Jewell family. We love you very much 🙂

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