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Jackson Brad(Chuckie) White
April 13, 2023
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On April 13th, 2023, Jackson Brad White Sr. affectionately known as Chuckie entered into eternal rest at Georgetown University Hospital with his loving wife Annie C. White by his side.
He was born to the late Viola Elizabeth McDowney-Johnson and Jackson Brad White. Though Chuckie was born in Washington, D.C., he grew up in King George, VA where he received his education in the King George County Public School System.
Chuckie built his relationship with the Lord early in life as he attended church faithfully every Sunday at Good Hope Baptist Church with his grandparents Ernest Andrew and Mary Emma Lomax McDowney, where he was also baptized.
Chuckie began his relationship with his wife Annie at a very young age, eventually getting married April 22, 1988. This union lasted 49 years from the start to reward. This beautiful union also brought them 3 sons; Jackson Brad White Jr. also known as “Junior”, Jamel White, and Joseph White which were their pride, joy and protection throughout the years. This also brought many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Chuckie was always the comic relief in any room and was often the entertainment and prankster for the kids in the family. Chuckie was a lover of music gospel, and old school rhythm & blues were his favorites. He also loved fishing, cooking and eating. Family time with his wife, sons, daughters-in-law and grandchildren were his most favorite past times. Though he moved to the city many years ago he would often be found in the country on the farm because he was always a country man at heart.
Chuckie spent most of his life as a mechanic and would often be found working on cars of friends, family and members of the community in which his sons followed suit. Chuckie’s sons were his brawn, but his wife Annie was definitely his soft spot.
He was proceeded in death by his parents-in-law; a great-granddaughter, Ja’Leyah Wills-White; and his oldest brother, Walter McDowney Sr.
He leaves to cherish his memory a devoted wife, Annie C. White of Waldorf, MD; three sons Jackson Brad White Jr. (Artavia), Jamel White (Juanita) and Joseph White (Jennifer). 16 grandchildren: Brandy, Kemonie, Ja’Kiesha, Nyiah, Jayla, Jackson III, Jamel, Jamal, Jamel Jr., Ja’Nadia. JaSean, Isiah, Joseph Jr., Jocelia, Jaleah, and Diamond; 11 great-grandchildren; one brother, Michael White (Grace); one sister, Darlean White; 4 aunts: Evereda Taylor, Willette Greene,Tameenah Dubose (Joseph), and Emma Johnson; 2 uncles: Ernest McDowney (Alberta), Alexander McDowney, Sr (Darnell); 3 sisters-in-law: Jo Ann McDowney, Theresa Cole (Herbert), and Mary Knott; 5 brothers-in-law: Thomas Knott (Dorothy), James Knott (Clara), Gerald Knott (Wanda), Michael Knott, and Kenneth Knott.
Funeral services for Jackson Brad White will be held on Wednesday, May 3 at 12 Noon in the sanctuary of Galilee Baptist Church, 20461Kings Highway, Montross, Virginia.
Interment will follow in the Lomax-McDowney Family Cemetery, Chastine Drive, King George, Virginia.
Remains may be viewed from 10AM until service time on Wednesday, May 3 at Galilee Baptist Church.