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Annalynn Jackson

annalynn jackson

July 25, 1948 ~ January 25, 2024

Born in: San Antonio, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

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Memorial Service: February 10, 2024 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Room: Chapel

Laurel Heights United Methodist Church
227 W. Woodlawn
San Antonio, TX United States


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  1. CandleImageAnnalynn was a constant presence at Laurel Heights United Methodist Church for many years (including before and after I was a member), always exhibiting patience, often quiet until she found something funny and laughed so loudly as to share with everyone. She devoured books to relax.
    I knew her after she had retired from working with special education students.
    After her husband Chief died, Annalynn wanted to adopt a dog but instead took in Duke who had been the Laurel Heights church cat. Annalynn often observed that Duke spent much of his time in the same chair and the same places in the house where Chief had, and that was very special to her. She created a cat stroller for Duke and would, push the stroller around the Thorain+Blanco Road neighborhood where she lived so that Duke could safely be outside.
    After Duke’s death, she took on a small white dog with curly hair and an overbite. Annalynn bathed her and named her “Tina”, and it gave her much happiness to take Tina to Brackenridge Park and explore other spaces, or ride around with her.
    Annalynn also had pity on many people who did not drive and would often provide her companionship as well as transportation.
    When another church member would not take vacation because she did not trust anyone to feed her adopted feral cat colonies, I told her if that was the only way she would go on vacation, that I would do it. Annalynn immediately offered to go with me. It was probably Annalynn she trusted to care for the cats, as she instructed Annalynn in.every specific about feeding every cat when we shadowed her. The cat food cans had sharp edges and cut Annalynn’s fingers; but she wouldn’t allow me to apply bandages to stop the flow until after she finished feeling the cat. Such was typical of her practical care for others.
    Annalynn constantly prayer for her son Crispin because he took so much responsibility and constantly said, “He works so hard.” She found comfort in knowing Crispin and Brenda always had room and concern for her; yet was deeply concerned about maintaining her friendships and church participation in the city.
    Crispin, Brenda and all of Annalynn’s family: You are prayed for and appreciated.

  2. CandleImageMy sweet Aunt Annalynn! Her gentle spirit, uniqueness, thoughtfulness and tremendous laugh is what made her such a rare treasure. She always showed up in kindness.
    She was my favorite❤️

  3. CandleImageAnnalynn was a kind hearted individual. She was strong and never would give up on her own circumstances. Annalynn is part of The Texas Bluebonnets and was so special to us. Her smile always greeted us as she arrived to our monthly meetings. She will be missed but she has earned has a spot in heaven that requires her smiling face.

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