We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Glover's Funeral Home
“Well done thy Good and Faithful Servant”
Jack Jamison was born September 20, 1949 in Lone Star, SC to Wilbur (Bill) & Rosa Noble Jamison. At an early age he joined St. Mark Baptist Church, Lone Star, SC where he served on the Board of Trustees until his health failed. Jack graduated from St. John High School in 1969. While in school he was a great basketball player and also was a guitar player with a local singing group. Jack was a people person, a great talker and was always the life of the party in which he developed many lifelong friendships along the way. Jack always had a smile, never met a stranger and treated everyone with respect.
After high school, Jack entered the workforce and begin working at Consolidated Systems in Columbia, SC as a machine operator for 15 years. He retired from Hungerpillar Farms as a farmer in 2013 after 31 years of service. After retirement, he would spend time with his grandchildren, fishing and work in the yard. He also was avid basketball and football fan.
Jack is survived by his loving wife of 48 years Mary Jamison of Cameron, SC; his one and only daughter & son in law Lakekia (Kevin) Lewis of Orangeburg, SC; the apple of his eyes-grandchildren Kevin Jr., and Areyana; Sister: Rosa Mae Williams of Elloree, SC; Brothers: Robert Jamison of St. Matthews, SC, Booker T. (Shirley) Jamison of Orangeburg, SC, Dave Jamison of Denver, Colorado; and Sister-in-law: Minnie Jamison of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a devoted and loving niece Annie Jamison Pelzer of Blythewood, SC. A host of nieces, nephews and friends.
Jack was preceded in death by his twin sister Jill, and sister Celia; Brothers, Saul, Paul, Wilbur, Jr. and Roosevelt.
Our hearts are broken, but our spirits are not crushed. We have the joy of his beautiful memories and life lessons he taught.
The service will proceed as follows:
The viewing will be held on Friday, June 3,2022 at Glover's Funeral Home from 1:00pm until 7:00pm.
The funeral will be held on Saturday, June 4,2022 at St. Mark Baptist Church 2333 McCord Ferry Rd. Lone Star, SC beginning at 11:30am. All those attending service must wear a mask and adhere to COVID-19 rules and regulations.