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NEVER PUBLISHED, 28 December 1999
Lillie May "Patterson" Jackson died December 28, 1999 in Denver, Colorado. She was born August 12, 1913 at Andover, Kansas the daughter of Albert Mansfield and Lillie Martha "Harris" Patterson. Lillie was the 8th of 11 children. She lived in the Augusta area most of her life.

On April 18, 1933, she and William Fredrick Opperman, Jr. were united in a ceremony at Winfield, Kansas. Bill died August 23, 1946.

On January 15, 1947 Lillie and Marvin Jackson were married in a ceremony at Augusta. Marvin died August 31, 1989 in Glenrock, Wyoming. To this union one son, Curtis was born.

Survivors include her son Curtis, two grandchildren, Julie and James, a sister, Lovey Boucher of Augusta, and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, two sisters, Alberta Dagel and Connie Urban, and seven brothers, Lee, Loy, Ryle, Ross, Clive, Fay and Clare, preceded her in death.

Lillie was buried in the Glenrock Cemetery, Glenrock, Wyoming, next to her husband Marvin.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

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