Margaret Ann “Maggie” Jackson

          Margaret Ann “Maggie” Jackson, age 66, of Delaware City, DE, passed away on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

          Born in Wilmington, DE on January 31, 1953, she was a daughter of the late Taylor and Eleanor (Hall) Jackson.  Maggie worked as a lab technician for Printpack for many years.  She then went to work as a school bus driver for Staplefords for several years. 

          In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her half-brothers, William Wallendorf and Paul Wallendorf.  Maggie is survived by her sister, JoAnn Parsons of Towsend, DE; half-brother, Wayne Wallendorf; and half-sister, Virginia Havens.

          All services will be held privately.


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6 Condolences for Margaret Ann “Maggie” Jackson

  • We met Mary a few years ago when we attended a New Year’s Day concert in New York City. She impressed us and inspired us with her warm and generous nature, her courage, and her positive attitude. Mary was a lovely lady; we know how much you will miss her. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaudioso

  • So sorry for your loss Maggie was a good person and will be missed by many

  • My condolences.
    Tony and Debbie Gary

  • I didn’t get the chance to meet Maggie but I wanted to send my condolences to the family. So sorry for your loss and I am sending prayers to the family. Rest In Peace dearMaggie

  • so very sorry for your Loss. I worked with Maggie at Staplefords, she kept us laughing, She was a great person,she will be missed . 🙏
    Ellie Loveland

  • I just found out yesterday that you have passed away about a year ago… This one plays with my heart strings!! It’s been years since I’ve seen you and awhile since we spoke over the phone. I remember the last Christmas gift I had sent with my dad to give to you and it was a family photo of me and my children’s father and our first 2 children … I never forgot about you and still there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of you… You raised me and Ricky since we were younger with my dad and I’m sure these years were trying for you but I appreciate everything you did for me and my brother and the help you did for my dad over the years .. I wasn’t always good to you threw my teenage years and I have terrible regret for that… I LL never forget the day you came to Dover Delaware it was October 29th 2008 you came to visit me and Richard my oldest son I was especially happy to see you and grateful.. I just want you to know I could go on with a million memories and I will hold those dearest to my heart I love you Maggie and I’ll always be your pork chop.. Rest In Peace you will forever be missed.. you were always my mom.