Charles B. Jackson (Charlie)


Charles B. Jackson (Charlie) 87 years young -1932-2019.
It was Saturday night November 9, 2019 and decided enough of earthly life. He passed suddenly to rejoin his beloved Maggie(wife of 60 years) and baby daughter Marilyn. Because of his faith in Jesus Christ and the great Plan of Happiness to also be reunited with parents, John Bryan and Velma Olive Robison Jackson and sisters Eileen and Beverly (Reed). He is survived by his siblings Shirley (Stott), Joseph (Sherry), Steven (Pat), Jim (Sherry); his children Charles Jr (Kathe), Cindy Jackson, and Julia Wyman (Steve); and by 12 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. He lived a full and wonderful life with an appetite to read and a gift to write. Graduated from Millard High School in 1950 and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame. Attended BAC in Cedar City and then Utah State with scholarships in Track and Field graduating with a CPA degree. Somewhere in the middle he served as Captain in the Air Force reserves. After life as an accountant, he worked professionally as a TPA Executive earning ERISA and CEBS degrees. It can be said of Charlie that he epitomized living a joyful life full of family, friends, and a few pranks here and there. He traveled the world many times. It can be said that “nobody was a stranger to him, just a friend he hadn’t met.” He lived with an attitude of gratitude for all that he had and encouraged others to never give up on pursuing their dreams. His love for Fairview and the Sanpete Valley was second only to his sweet Maggie.
Charlie’s life will be celebrated Monday, November 18, 2019 at Fairview 1st Ward (122 South State) at 12:00 pm with viewing from 10-11:30 am. A viewing the night before 6-8 pm will be at the Rasmussen Mortuary 96 North, 100 West, Mt Pleasant, UT. Online condolence at

4 Responses to “Charles B. Jackson (Charlie)”

  1. Sue Hansen says:

    Dear family, How he cherished all of you. Though I did not know him long, I knew him well. What a man of honor, loyalty, and strength. He truly blessed my life , I loved his many stories!May you all be blessed with the Holy Comforter and know for certain is in joy with his sweet Maggie and family.

  2. Sharon McBride Hodson says:

    Heartfelt condolences to Charlie’s family and brother Joe. I will remember the good times in Utah, and your generous spirit and fun loving personality. Reunited with Maggie will bring you so much joy, and your stories will live on forever.

  3. Carolyn Jensen says:

    So sorry to hear about your loss. We live in Moroni but did not hear about his passing. He is my first cousin and I feel so badly that I didn’t know. He was always such a character and what he didn’t think up Maggie did. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family at this time.

  4. Connie Wells says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. He was such a friendly, colorful man. I last saw him at my retirement party
    In Las Vegas in 2017 (shortly before I retired from the IFEBP.) We had such a good time that night dancing with his daughters and witnessing his usual shenanigans. I spoke with him about six months later and we had a wonderful conversation. I am sure he is happy in heaven dancing with his Maggie.

    Connie Wells