Paula Marche' Jackson was born on September 30,1971 to Paul and MaxCine Jackson in Omaha, NE. She
was the youngest of two siblings.
She departed this life on Monday, August 8, 2022, in Omaha, NE. She is preceded in death by her
grandmother, Velma Walker, her grandfather, Ernest Jackson, her brother, Toriano Jackson and her
aunt, Lorraine Walker.
Paula attended Omaha Public School District and the Antelope Valley School District in Lancaster, CA.
She also acquired her Associates Degree from Vatterott College in Omaha.
She was employed by Farm Credit Services of America until her health began to fail.
She was baptized into Christ at Vaughn Street Church of Christ under the leadership of Bro. Dewayne
Winrow in Pacoima, CA.
Paula was a very devoted mother to her sons, Marcell and Jaylan. They spent many days of fun and
laughter together. Her sons usually spoiled her by taking her out to dinner on a regular basis and buying
her gifts. She taught them to be strong, respectful and hard-working men. To never rely on a female to
support them was one of her strictest rules.
She loved dragonflies and sported jewelry or anything depicting them. She loved what the dragonfly
represented through her many years of illness. For her it was a spiritual meaning of prosperity, strength,
courage, peace, harmony and purity. They also represent change; they are usually found near water and
as a creature of the water when they emerge and the light touches their wings, there is an iridescent
light and they become beautiful. That beauty represents our movement into the Light of God from the
depths of disillusionment and darkness.
Paula is survived by her sons, Marcell Semaj Jackson and Jaylan Remone Newsome. Her parents Paul
and MaxCine Jackson, her 1 st cousins, Brett and Sharde' Walker.
Aunts: Mildred Johnson, Caryette Fenner, Vernestine Walker, Rita Neal, Mary, Sharon and Stephanie
Uncles: Clarence Johnson, Harold, Ernest Jr and Dexter Jackson and a Bonus Aunt, Linda Morris and a
host of cousins and other relatives.
She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.