Barbara Ellen Cavin Jackson

Barbara Ellen Cavin Jackson

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Barbara Ellen Cavin Jackson of St. Louis, Missouri, passed away on August 5, 2017 at her residence, after a long illness.  She was 57 years old.  She is sadly missed by her daughter Maya Jackson; her siblings Marsha, Craig (Michelle), and Stephen (Lorie) Cavin; her aunt and uncle, cousins, nieces, and nephews; her vast extended Thomas family; and by her many great friends.  A celebration of Barbara’s life will be held at St. Louis Cremation, 2135 Chouteau Avenue, on Wednesday, August 16th, from 2 to 5 pm.  The celebration will continue at Joanie’s Pizzeria in Soulard after 5pm.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Barbara’s name to Stray Rescue of St. Louis, 2320 Pine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. sally johnston says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of such a bright light. I am sending you love and strength from Maui. I know this is going to be a hard journey with out her.

    Love love love

    Sally

  2. Cassandra says:

    My heart hurts with your heart~ <3
    May she rest in awesome~

  3. Brenda Kline Hawkins says:

    Speechless. What does one say… Just want to remember my cousin Barbara for the sincere person she was. Marsha and Maya my heart goes out to you. What a Sweetheart!

  4. David Udell says:

    A very beautiful, real person. Words can’t get close.

  5. Linda says:

    Shocked to see that she is no longer on this earth with us. Can’t find the words, because none can suffice. Be kind to yourselves. Treasure the time that you had.

  6. Chris Ballew says:

    Barb had the greatest smile, from inside out, it was a soul smile; and she shared it generously.
    Love to Maya and all the extended family.

  7. Dianne (Petschonek) Bennett says:

    Marsha, Craig and Steve, I’m so sorry to hear of Barb’s loss. Although Barb and I lost touch after those years in the neighborhood, I’ve always remembered her as the older sister I never had. She and I were friends mostly due to our homes’ proximity and her open heart. The last time I saw her was at your mom’s funeral but she’s always had a special place in my heart–all those nights under the streetlights just hanging out. I’m so sorry the news didn’t reach me soon enough to give you my condolences in person.