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Mr Andrew Jackson

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Remembered by: Emily Jackson

Date added: 29 Jun 2012

Andrew George Jackson was born in Carshalton, Surrey on 4th March 1966 - The only child of George and Dorothy Jackson.
From the word go, he was a hard worker - Who always strived to do well in life.
He left school in 1982 and threw himself straight into the world of work.
He met my mother in 1985 and they were married in 1987.
He then worked for countless car dealerships and became a fantastic salesman in the process.
He thoroughly enjoyed playing tennis and going to gigs in his spare time and named The Doors, The Smiths and The Stranglers among his favourite bands.
He had a vast knowledge of the world, particularly of history. He was always quick to answer questions and wouldn't ever give up until he found an answer. He had a large circle of friends, who he always kept entertained with his unique sense of humour and crude jokes.
His personality would include dressing up as a wolf in a nightdress on Halloween, reading my sisters and I the Christmas story every Christmas Eve, spending £600 on curry alone for his 40th birthday party, breaking into song whenever somebody was in need of cheering up and buying suprise Mcdonalds McMuffins for us all! He would also frequently sit and watch television and make conversation with our Jack Russell Terrier!
He really was the best father anyone could ask for.
I was born in 1992 and then my two sisters followed in 1996 and 2003.
I had the pleasure of spending my first 20 years with my Father. He was a wonderful, kind, generous man, who could always put a smile on my face, no matter what.
Words cannot describe how desperately we all miss him. We shared so much together as a family and it doesn't seem at all fair that it all should end so soon.
He is survived by his mother Dorothy, wife Louise and three daughters Emily, Sally and Lucy....and Robbie the dog!
You will forever be in our hearts Dad. Not a day goes by when we aren't thinking of you and missing you. With all of our love Dad, always XXXX
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