Jackson Adam Goodrich Jones

Obituaries in Mt Shasta, CA | Mount Shasta Herald
Obituaries in Mt Shasta, CA | Mount Shasta Herald

Jackson Adam Goodrich Jones was born in Mt. Shasta on October 5, 2004. He passed away February 16, 2022. He is missed by his father, Eli Jones, his mother, Mariah Goodrich-Jones, his brother, Chance Jackson, his sister, Tyler Jones, as well as extended family and friends.

Jackson was so many things: an entertainer, a comedian, a writer, a researcher, a musician, a free spirit, a bright star and a master of deep, philosophical discussions. He was an independent thinker; not afraid to ask the tough questions.

Above all, Jackson found joy in the uniqueness of individual people. His vast understanding of the human condition led Jackson to make the human experience better for those around him through small acts. On the first day of his senior year, August, 2021, Jackson put a poster on the front door of the school. It said “Need a Friend? Or a Leader? Join My Crew”. The poster included stickers that said, “Jackson’s Crew,” that were peeled off and worn by members of the student body and faculty.

Jackson touched many lives with his sensitivity, compassion, and humor. Although he is gone, whenever kindness is paid forward, the spirit of Jackson’s Crew will live on.

Posted online on April 26, 2022

Published in Mount Shasta Herald

Obituaries in Mt Shasta, CA | Mount Shasta Herald
Obituaries in Mt Shasta, CA | Mount Shasta Herald

Jackson Adam Goodrich Jones

Jackson Adam Goodrich Jones was born in Mt. Shasta on October 5, 2004. He passed away February 16, 2022. He is missed by his father, Eli Jones, his mother, Mariah Goodrich-Jones, his brother, Chance Jackson, his sister, Tyler Jones, as well as extended family and friends.

Jackson was so many things: an entertainer, a comedian, a writer, a researcher, a musician, a free spirit, a bright star and a master of deep, philosophical discussions. He was an independent thinker; not afraid to ask the tough questions.

Above all, Jackson found joy in the uniqueness of individual people. His vast understanding of the human condition led Jackson to make the human experience better for those around him through small acts. On the first day of his senior year, August, 2021, Jackson put a poster on the front door of the school. It said “Need a Friend? Or a Leader? Join My Crew”. The poster included stickers that said, “Jackson’s Crew,” that were peeled off and worn by members of the student body and faculty.

Jackson touched many lives with his sensitivity, compassion, and humor. Although he is gone, whenever kindness is paid forward, the spirit of Jackson’s Crew will live on.

Posted online on April 26, 2022

Published in Mount Shasta Herald