Daphne Christashia Jackson, was the daughter of Joe Jackson Sr., and Eunice Carolyn Perryman, she was born on September 27, 1971 in San Antonio, Texas. Daphne passed away on August 18, 2012. Her father Joe Jackson Sr. and her dad who raised her Ollie Perryman also preceded her in death. Daphne went to Ogden Elementary, Irving Junior High, Fox Tech High School, later she went to Gary Job Corps in San Marcos to further her education. At Gary Job Corps she met Vernell Anthony Johnson. They had a son Vernell Jr. and a daughter Eunice Iesha Jackson (Perryman) After finishing her education, Daphne moved to Homa, Louisiana where she worked for a seafood company for 2 years and later returned to San Antonio where she worked other various jobs. Daphne met and united in matrimony to Alvin Drummer on May 5, 2007 and to this union no children were born. They both cared for their God children; Elijah Carrizal, Tiana Wilson, DeVonte Wilson, Darneisha Lewis, and Dy-Raniq Lewis. Daphne continued her relationship with Christ joining Greater Evangelist Temple COGIC in San Antonio, Texas under the leadership of Supt. C. W. Steward. Daphne had a good heart whenever you needed a baby sitter, aunt Daphne would just say bring them to her, and the only problem was she didn't want to give them back. For all her love and support she gave to those she helped, we truly appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts, and you will truly be missed by all of those who knew and loved you. She leaves to cherish her memory ; to her loving husband Alvin Drummer, her mother Eunice C Perryman , her children Vernell and Iesha Perryman, three brothers, Eddie Eugene Wilson Jr. (RaeJean), Timothy Willrich, and Joe Jackson Jr. One sister Carolyn Y. Hysaw. Nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and even close friends.

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  1. You have my deepest sympathy and I will miss her. I remember when she would show her cousins how to dance when they were little. Auntie loves you.

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