Personal note from Kimberly Jackson
The family of Sirchester Jackson would like to thank you for all of your prayers and expressions of love.
Since we are experiencing a global pandemic, for everyone's health and safety, there will not be an in-person service for Sirchester. We do not want to compromise anyone's health.
For those who would like to also celebrate Sirchester's life with a gift, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Sickle Cell Disease Association of Illinois (click the "Give" tab to learn more).
UPDATE: Please enjoy this celebratory photo / video tribute of special memories to celebrate the life of our beloved Rev. Sirchester Wiley Jackson. This 33 minute video includes: photos, video clips and a sermon excerpt from his Mandell UMC message "Look At Me Now". May his life's message be a blessing to you.
Please use this link to view the video: https://vimeo.com/453402317
We truly appreciate your continued love and support.
Sirchester Wiley Jackson (affectionately known as Cheese) was born January 15, 1979, during one of Chicago’s historic snowstorms at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke Hospital (now Rush Hospital) to Jacqueline Turner and Wiley Sutton Jackson, Jr. His grandparents, Elizabeth and Wiley Jackson, Sr., were instrumental throughout his life.
As a child, Sirchester frequently played with action figures (his favorite Marvel character was Spider-Man), played video games, went camping, and wore matching outfits with his favorite cousin/brother/best …