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Enola Mae Jackson, 82, passed away June 6, 2013, at home with her family at her bedside. Enola and husband Marvin Jackson, who passed away on Dec. 11, 2011, both will be laid to rest at Juniper Cemetery in Prineville, Ore., on Thursday, June 13, 2013, at 2 p.m. All that knew Marvin and Enola Jackson are welcome to attend.
Enola was born in 1931, in Portland, Ore., to Alexander and Henrietta Hohnstein. She married Marvin Wayne Jackson June 22, 1950, in Prineville, and they were happily married for 64 years.
Marvin and Enola lived on a small farm in Prineville with their two children, Wayne and Darla. They owned and operated the original Prineville Disposal Service. They also owned the Tastee Treet for several years.
Enola also worked for Dr. Adkinson until his death, then worked for Dr. Whitcomb until his retirement. For years, she worked at the Prineville Medical Clinic, then followed her daughter to work at Caring Hands Home Health until her retirement.
She loved horses and animals, and was very involved as a 4-H leader with her children. Crocheting, reading, crossword puzzles, and being with her family and friends are all activities she enjoyed.
Enola is survived by her son, Wayne Jackson (Bekkie) of Alaska: daughter, Darla Kinsella (Michael); brother, Neil Hohnstein (Marilyn) of Arizona. granddaughter Patsy Caraway of Redmond; grandsons, Kyle Staton of Prineville, Todd, Robby, and Jeff and Randy of Alaska; and several great-grand-children.
She was preceded in death by her husband Marvin Jackson and parents, Alexander and Henrietta Hohnstein.
Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice through Whispering Pines Funeral Home, 185 N.E. Fourth St., Prineville.