Dorothy Jackson

Dorothy Jackson

Monday, January 5th, 1931 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Passed away peacefully on May 14th, 2020 at the age of 89 at the Welland General Hospital. Beloved wife of the late James Jackson. Loving mother of Doug (Cindy), and Robert. Cherished grandmother of Jamilyn, Lilly, Alishia and Shealagh and great grandmother of Emmett. Dorothy will be sadly missed by many relatives and friends. . Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to hold a public visitation or service, but please know that the thoughts and prayers of our friends are appreciated. The graveside service will be available to view at the Ballard Minor website after the service has concluded. Friends are invited to send condolences and sign the Book of Memories at
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Dan & Ruth Rykse

Posted at 05:37pm
To the Family of Dorothy Jackson,
We offer our sincere sympathy in the loss of your beloved Dorothy. We remember her delightful personality, and her initiation and hard work in making the Wainfleet Cenotaph a reality.
With our prayers and love,
Dan & Ruth Rykse

Christine barnes

Posted at 09:58pm
Doug and Rob. My deepest condolences on the passing of your mom.dorthy was always kind and will hold a special place in everyone's heart who had the luck of knowing her.

Dwight Barnes

Posted at 12:17pm
Doug and Rob, we remember the nice visits, that we enjoyed, with your mom and dad. We wish you strength and peace.
Chuck & Shirley


Betty Ralph

Posted at 08:38am
On behalf of the members of Fonthill-Singers' Corners Women's Institute, I would like to convey our sympathy on the passing of Dorothy. She joined our group five years ago and enjoyed participating in the meetings. She described herself as a 'fair weather member' and attended when possible. To lose a family member is difficult - under the current restrictions the family has more adjustments. She will be sadly missed.
Fonthill-Singers' Corners Women's Institute
Betty Ralph, President

Yvonne Hessels

Posted at 09:39pm
My condolences on the passing of your mom. She was a busy lady, involved in the community and church.
I recall sitting at her kitchen table and listening to her stories about driving tractors over a small bridge and more. Sundays at church we sat behind her and she always had something to say or ask or want/give information on. She will be missed.

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