Tricia Ann Jackson

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Tricia Ann Jackson passed away peacefully on November 27, 2021, with her loved ones by her side.  Even though her battle with cancer took her away from this world, her spirit, strength, heart, and memories will always be with us.

Tricia is survived by her loving son Asher, her daughter Nicole, and her Sissy Lori. She is also survived by her devoted friends & family. 

Tricia’s flower-child, hippie, bohemian nature is what made her so unique, and also what we all loved so much about her. She will be so very missed and so lovingly remembered every single day.

Service

Private Services will be held.  In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated by Tricia & her family. 

 

18 Comments

  1. Lori Whiting on December 4, 2021 at 8:47 pm

    When I heard the news about you passing, it truly devastated me. I had never forgotten about you and had tried to find you through the years. The last time I saw you I had helped you move to Orlando. You were an incredible part of my life at a time when I needed someone like you. You helped me more than you ever knew. Your memory will live on when I remember our epic parties at the house off 74th avenue with Keith, Dawn, Duct Tape Blake and Sean P. Cole, whenever I grow magic rocks, make plastic balloons, watch or read a Stephen king book or movie and whenever I see a tinge of people in the sky for the rest of my life, I’ll know it’s you smiling.

  2. Lori Whiting on December 4, 2021 at 5:41 am

    Tricia, when I heard the news about you passing, it truly devastated me. I had never forgotten about you and had tried to find you through the years. The last time I saw you, I had helped you move to Orlando. You were an incredible part of my life at a as time when I needed someone like you. You helped me more than you ever knew. Your memory will live on when I remember our epic parties at the house off 74th avenue with Keith, Dawn, Duct Tape Blake and Sean P. Cole, whenever I grow magic rocks, make plastic balloons, watch or read a Stephen king book or movie and whenever I see a tinge of people in the sky for the rest of my life, I’ll know it’s you smiling.

  3. Laura Durden on December 1, 2021 at 12:53 pm

    Trish, I was so sad when Keith told me you were ill and again, when I found out you had passed. You were one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known and I never heard you utter a bad word about someone you knew. I have such fond memories of times together in Miami and going out to dinner with family. You were so creative with your flowers, plants and decorating the house. I’ll never forget trips to Orlando/Disney, having conversations about everything from kids to plants to our shared love for the color purple. I’m sad you’re gone, but knowing you are no longer in pain helps to ease the pain. You will be sorely missed and were always loved. Love you always, Laura ❤❤❤

  4. Mary Lou Nadeau on November 30, 2021 at 8:35 pm

    Dear Sweet Tricia, you are gone too soon! I remember your days in Miami and the family times we shared. Every time I arrange flowers in a vase, I think of you because you were the person who taught me how to make them look the most lovely. I remember after Hurricane Andrew when you and Keith came home in tears because so many of the plants and flowers from the nurseries in the Redlands had been abandoned to nature’s storm. You were an environmentalist even then! Now you are at peace with those you loved, but many people here will miss you.

  5. Kat Casey on November 30, 2021 at 3:47 pm

    I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but from the many, many stories I have listened to you were an amazing person. I have loved ones who are what they are today because of time they spent with you. I know they feel blessed to have had such a loving and caring woman in their lives.

  6. Alan McNeil on November 30, 2021 at 2:01 pm

    Our Niece Tricia… I remember you smiling and playing together with Lisa, Christine and Lori. Aunt Carol remembers you all dressed in those matching outfits sewn by her- how cute that was, and how you all enjoyed being twins! What fun you guys had in those days! The fun holidays, being together at Meme’s house, and how Meme loved having you all together! We will never forget those days!

  7. Dawn Blanchard on November 29, 2021 at 10:45 pm

    Tricia and I shared a chapter in life when we were just two young and crazy girls, trying to break free from life’s downers. Trying to enjoy the best of life. We went from Lake Ronkonkoma, to NYC, to Miami AND THEN! – BACK to Lake Ronkonkoma only to return to Miami once again. Lolz! We traveled, and met so many wonderful people – and some not so wonderful people along the way. We explored as much life as possible and never had a problem trying something at least once. We laughed, we cried, we fought, and mostly…. we loved one another. We always wrote each other letters when we were separated by miles, and even when we were living together. We shared a bond so strong that even time cannot diminish the treasured memories we created together. She was my Trippin’ Trailin’ Trish and I was her Bubble-Headed Bleached Blonde. To everyone else, we were Thelma and Louise. Crazy and reckless. It was the most wonderful time of life. I think of Tricia more often than not and she will always live on in my heart and dreams. My most sincere condolences to all of the family.

  8. Sandy Young on November 29, 2021 at 7:56 pm

    Sitting here thinking of the great times we had when we were kids. Oh my what great memories that I will cherish forever. Heaven has definitely received an Angel. Until we meet again. Love you forever Cuz.

  9. Amy catalano on November 29, 2021 at 7:29 pm

    Tricia I don’t know where to even start my friend meeting you was one of my most treasured memories we connected immediately and I knew I had a forever friend ❤️ I can’t quite put into words how your friendship changed me for the better you made me believe in myself and I took all your advice and I carry it with me until this very moment . Your kind loving heart is at peace now . I will treasure our time together and hold you close to my heart forever ! I love you my friend rest peacefully and I will be waiting for my sign !!

  10. Amy McCauley on November 29, 2021 at 6:56 pm

    My dear sweet niece,
    There is so much I will miss about you, I don’t even know where to begin. I will miss your beautiful spirit and that you lived life on your own terms. We ha many talks on your visits here and I remember our last talk we had while you were staying here. That smile always brightened up a room when you entered it. Rest easy honey free from pain. Everyone who has gone before us is waiting for you, although for selfish reasons I wish you were here. I will love and miss you as we navigate like without you. Love you Tricia

  11. Glenn Blackshear on November 29, 2021 at 6:52 pm

    Although we never met, we heard about you through Chuck and Lori. While you stayed with them in NC. Wish we would have met. I pray for you and your family that they know peace in this time of loss. May you rest now as you are no longer in any pain or discomfort.

    Glenn and Natalie Blackshear

  12. Keith Nadeau on November 29, 2021 at 5:16 pm

    Tricia,
    That picture has always been one of my favorites and I will always remember us enjoying rum runners on that beautiful day in the Bahamas. We had many fun adventures together. Your smile and laughter were contagious. I loved that you were always a straight shooter, honest and genuine. You had the respect of everyone I know, myself included. I know you were tough on yourself but I never heard you pass judgement on anyone else. That’s very rare in today’s world. I will miss that positive attitude and your unique personality. You will be surely missed by many and I know that all that knew you will speak of you in the highest regard. You will be remembered for your kindness, respect and compassion for others. You definitely left your mark here and the world will be a lesser place without you. It was an honor to be a part of your life. Rest In Peace Trish.
    With love, Keith

  13. Christine Ryan on November 29, 2021 at 5:05 pm

    Beautiful Tricia, I’m so sad you’ve been taken from your loved ones way too soon. I hope you are at peace now with your mom and dad. I love you and treasure the childhood memories I have of you. Love, cousin Christine ❤️

  14. Anthony Confort on November 29, 2021 at 4:06 pm

    You will always have a piece of my heart.My Beautiful friend.I love you

  15. Dorothy Blackshear on November 29, 2021 at 3:36 pm

    My prayers and thoughts go out to the family. May Trish Rest In Peace. With much love.

  16. Janet Rizzo on November 29, 2021 at 3:35 pm

    Tricia….. my beautiful niece, my heart is so sad you are gone. My memories of you are plentiful. Such a beautiful sweet girl you were. You made me an Aunt and I was so very proud. I will miss you for all the rest of my days but your memory will live forever in my heart. Just knowing you are at peace now makes me feel better. Go be with our family members that have gone before us and be happy. Till we meet again my sweet niece, rest peacefully……I love you….

  17. Lori Blackshear on November 29, 2021 at 3:14 pm

    My Sweet, beautiful & Crazy Sister…. I will miss you so very much! You will live on forever in my heart, my memories, and in my dreams. Every time I see a butterfly, I will think of you, and know you are by my side and checking in.
    “What a Caterpillar calls the end of life, Wise
    Men call a Butterfly. XOXOXOXO

    • Keith on November 29, 2021 at 5:23 pm

      That’s beautiful Lori.

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