In Memory

Betty Darby (Jackson)


Betty Darby Jackson

August 16, 1952 - July 17, 2016

Ms. Betty Darby-Jackson was born on August 16, 1952 in St. Stephen, SC

to Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Diana Darby. Betty was the fourth child of Mr. &

Mrs. Darby and the beloved mother of two sons presented to their father,

James Jackson of Hartford, CT: James Samuel Jackson, Jr. of

Summerville, SC and Mitchell Alexander Jackson of Hartford, CT.

Betty spent a full and productive life in Hartford. She graduated from

Weaver High School and pursued educational and professional growth in

the health care system for over 46 years.

In 2000, Betty relocated back home to South Carolina and continued her

professional and caring service, serving as a CNA at White Oak Manor in

Charleston. She demonstrated a deep love for children, her family and the


On July 17, 2016 at Hospice of Charleston, Betty made her heavenly

transition fearlessly and with great peace.

She leaves a sweet fragrance of love to her family: her parents, Mr. & Mrs.

Samuel Darby of St. Stephen, SC; two sons, James Samuel Jackson of

Summerville, SC and Mitchell Alexander Jackson of Hartford, CT; two

sisters, Gailya (Augustus) Warren of Hartford, CT and Samira Darby-Mall

of Zurich, Switzerland; two brothers, Frank (Iris) Darby of Tampa, FL and

Michael (Vivian) Darby of Hartford, CT; several beloved aunts and uncles

of the Darby and the Green Families; a host of special nieces, nephews,

and cousins; many dear friends and co-workers.

Until We Meet Again, "Our Dear Mikki"



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07/20/16 09:20 AM #1    

Shirley Harrison

Please trell me this is not true.  I am losing all my classmates and not been able to say good-bye.  Betty was the best we had so much fun in school.  I will never forget that beautiful smile and all the fun we had.  R.I.P. sister until we all meet again.  Strength and love to your entyire family my prayers are with you we are all one big family forever.


07/21/16 11:22 PM #2    

Deborah Dixon (Rogers)

I am SO sorry to hear this news!  Betty was not only my classmate but my neighbor!  Words can't express my shock and sadness.  It's so unbelievable.  Although we had loss touch over the years I will never forget her beautiful smile and her fun loving spirit.  RIP Betty.  Keeping her family in prayer.

07/25/16 03:05 PM #3    

Donna Brown (Long)

I send my heartfelt condolences to the family of a beautiful woman and  I thank the Lord for the time we had at our Class Reunion and for all the memories. Family hold on to all the memories you have of her beauty and look to the Lord for your continued strength. Classmate Donna A. Brown-Long 

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