Condolences for Gwen T. Jackson

Evelyn Young posted on 5/6/19

Praying for comfort Revelation 21:4 gives us a wonderful hope death will be no more



Linda Langen posted on 4/1/19

I enjoyed being Gwen's assistant at Red Cross. Those were my most fondest memories when I was working there.


Lisa Bittman posted on 3/29/19

Gwen was an amazing woman. Mentoring all of us without even knowing she was doing so. She will always be admired and loved and treasured by anyone who had the honor of knowing her.


Karen J Coy-Romano posted on 3/29/19

My prayers and deepest condolences go out to Gwen's family and friends. Gwen set the bar very high for us in the nonprofit sector and we are blessed with the wonderful memories and teaching we received from her leadership. We will never forget her dedication to our community and her significant contributions to ensuring a high quality of life for the less fortunate. We miss her deeply and place her in God's hands.


David Hoffman posted on 3/28/19

Gwen was a mentor of mine for 50 years. I miss her. Milwaukee misses her.


Mrs. Marsh posted on 3/28/19

Death can be one of the most difficult things in life to endure. The loss of a love one can cause tremendous grief, pain and sorrow. But knowing that the Grand Creator of the Universe, Jehovah God (Psalms 83:18), views Death as an enemy should give us Hope for a different future (1Corinthians 15:26). In this future, that we're promised in the Bible, it expresses the loss of Death, Pain and Sorrow. How great it will be to see our dear love ones again (Revelation 21:3,4). Trust in the Resurrection Hope will sustain us until we meet our love ones again (John 5:29,28). Please accept this message as my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the departed. Please consider reviewing the attached document for further information and encouragement:


Dr. Laci Coppins Robbins posted on 3/27/19

Thank you for the legacy you have left for us all via your service and sacrifice. May we always reflect your life's work with a heart of gratitude.


Joan Prince posted on 3/27/19

To my dear mentor and friend: Wear your wings well. I will miss you on earth, but I will spend my time here knowing that you are watching over me. I will always love you!


Debra J. Jupka posted on 3/27/19

This is the passing of an icon; a great woman who stood up for those who couldn't and for those who needed her strong voice, love and care.