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Alisa S Jackson
February 25, 1970 ~ October 1, 2021 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Alisa S. Jackson, (Lee) passed from this life into eternal life on October 1, 2021, at
Hillcrest Hospital after a brief but courageous and tenacious battle with cancer. Lisa was
born on February 25, 1970, in Cleveland, Ohio to Gerald and Patricia (Mullins) Jackson.
She was a graduate of Shaker Heights High School, Class of 1988, and received her
B.A. from the University of Toledo and a Masters of Education from Ursuline College.
For many years, Lisa dutifully supported her father’s law firm as the manager for The
Jackson Law Company, and she was later employed as a commercial real estate
paralegal for one of Ohio’s largest Law Firms.
Lisa was a spiritual woman and a member of Mount Zion Church of Oakwood Village.
She loved Bible study, cooking five-star quality meals for her family, reading, and
volunteering. Lisa was full of life and her spontaneous dance performances rivaled
She had such a nurturing and caring heart, and was “Bonus Mom” to her nephews
whom she called “Her Boys”. Lisa was a devoted mother to Cameron, who was her
greatest joy. She was also dedicated to spoiling her loyal fur baby Zoey.
Lisa is survived by her parents, Gerald Jackson and Patricia (Mullins) Jackson, sister
Carmen Nicole Jackson-Brown her little brother, Jason A.L. Jackson and son Cameron
Nicolas Jackson. She is also survived by her Aunties; Maralynn Jackson, Diana
Shamlee, Sharlene Mullins, and Michelle Moye; Uncles Albert Donald Jackson, Gregory
Mullins, and Ray Mullins; and nephews Ryan and Jalen Brown, Nicholas and Christian
Jackson, and extended family and friends, who she loved dearly.
Lisa cherished her dearest friends Vanessa Mullins (Sister) and Verlin Bonner (Bonner)
who never left her side.
Lisa is predeceased by her grandparents, Coleman and Carrie Mullins and Albert and
Mary Jackson, and her Uncles David Mullins and Otha Jackson.
Her memorial will be held at a later date. Condolences may be offered at Rogers
Funeral Services at mmrfuneralhome.com.