of Clinton, AR
November 21, 1948 - April 4, 2022
Steve Douglas Jackson, 73, of Crabtree, Arkansas passed from this life Monday, April 4, 2022 at Conway Regional Hospital. Steve was born November 21, 1948 in Clinton, Arkansas to Toney and Mary Jackson who both preceded him in death.Left to cherish Steve's memory are his wife, Barbara, daughter, Sharon Sonnett (Tony), granddaughters; Rachel and Samantha all of Los Angeles, California, stepson, Welo Mankong, stepdaughter-in-law, Lucia Sulistiyo and step-grandsons; Nicholas and Nathaniel of Las Vegas, Nevada, step-daughter, Rachel McCoy and step-granddaughter, Kendell McCoy of Paris, Arkansas, stepson Greg Colegrove of Rock Springs, Wyoming, step-daughter, Michelle Rhea (Allen) and step-grandson, Xavier of Little Rock, Arkansas, sister, Connie Collins of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, brother, Boyd Jackson of Alread, Arkansas and many other family and friends.Upon graduation from Clinton High School, Steve joined the U.S. Army at the age of 17 and faithfully served his country for 22 years. He retired from the Army having last served at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. Once retired he moved back to Crabtree, Arkansas where he owned and operated a portable sawmill. Steve was a skilled craftsman and enjoyed building beautiful hand sawed furniture. Steve was a regular at the round table at Eoff Western Store and enjoyed all his friendships there. He loved to participate in the yearly Chuck Wagon Races in Clinton where he did the Empty Wagon Ceremony with his chuck wagon and horses, Trump and Cody. Funeral services will be at 11:00a.m., Saturday, April 9, 2022 at and under the direction of Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Clinton, Arkansas. Interment will follow at Crabtree Cemetery in Clinton, Arkansas.To express condolences online please visit www.rollerfuenralhomes.com/clinton
So sorry to learn of Steve's passing. He milled all the framing lumber for our cabin back in the late 90's. It was intriguing to see him set up his mill there on site and go to work. We remodeled the interior of the cabin in 2021 and one day we unexpectedly needed a few boards but we didn't have a truck with us that day. Called Steve and he said he had the boards and then came the hard question; "do you deliver"? And as always he came through and delivered. He was enjoyable to talk to and learn about the Crabtree area. Our prayers and condolences for his family and friends.
So sorry for your loss. May God's comforting arms of love hold you and your family close.
So sorry Barbara and family for your loss I had no idea he was even sick don't know what happened to our community we used to everybody knew everything and sickness doing good in everything didn't know till I seen the funeral procession passed by love you guys I'm so sorry
So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. We were classmates at Clinton High School. Graduated in 1966. Steve was a shy, kind and friendly guy. I know you cherish memories of your life with Steve. God Bless and give comfort.
Dear BarbaraSo very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved husband Steve.Prayers..Peace...Hope and Love to You and Your Family.Love Judi❤🙏❤🙏❤
So sorry to hear of Steve's passing. We were classmates and graduated together from CHS. He always had a ready smile and was a kind person. I pray that your memories of Steve bring you peace and consolation. God bless you all.
All my love and prayers to you my sweet cousin.
I remember Steve, he was one of my brother Lonnie's friends. I also remember him riding the school bus.
So sorry Mrs.Barbara for lost.prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.Please let us know if you need anything at all.
I am so sorry to hear of Steve's passing, May you find comfort in your family and friends. He was a easy going man, always doing something. Let the Lord comfort you and heal your heart.Jeanie
Our prayers and condolences. Barbara he will be greatly missed from all areas of his life. May God comfort you. Just remember he is no longer in pain. With all our love.