Phyllis Hope Jackson

Phyllis Hope Jackson, 89, of Amarillo, TX was born May 10, 1930 and passed from this life October 29, 2019.

Services will be at 10:30 A.M., Saturday, November 2, 2019, at First Baptist Church with Dr. Howard K. Batson officiating. Burial will be at the Dimmitt Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

She was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, to Mauzee and Elmer Youts, and moved with her family to Dimmitt, Texas. The dust bowl years took them back to Shawnee until 1941, when they settled permanently in Dimmitt.

She married Bob Mooney in 1947. They moved to Borger in 1953, where Bob was employed by Joy Youts Motor Co., and returned to the farm in Dimmitt in 1961. They left Dimmitt with two children and returned with six.

Bob died in December,2000. She married Al Jackson in 2002. In 2017, she and Al moved to Amarillo to Park Place Towers. Al died in February of this year.

Phyllis was a long-time member of First Baptist Church in Dimmitt, and recently a member of First Baptist Church in Amarillo. She was a faithful prayer warrior for family, friends and anyone else who crossed her path who had a need. She had a huge capacity to love unconditionally and showed that love in many ways.

Phyllis was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Bob, her husband, Al, a great grandson, Rhett Moore, son in law, Bill Coffin, and brother in law, A.P. Sligh.

She is survived by her sister, Pat Sligh, of Monahans; children Judy Moore and husband Gary, of Sunray; Janice Davis and husband Gerald, of Amarillo; Jane Ann Coffin of Baytown; Susie White and partner Ed Randolph, of Dimmitt; Joe Mooney, of Amarillo; and Janet Wohlgemuth and husband Max, of Deer Park, and two step sons, Don Jackson of Dimmitt, and J.J. Jackson of Kingsland. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren. She is also survived by special friends from Park Place Towers.




4 Replies to “Phyllis Hope Jackson”

  1. To all Phyllis’ family , I have fond memories of her , and she was the nicest person I’ve ever met, when my grandma Helen Shipley was ill and dying, Phyllis, Aunt Mauzee, and Uncle Armon helped us through it , We are going to miss her kindness, Love to all and god bless, Trinal Johnson

  2. I was so sad to hear of Phyllis’ passing, my mom told me just a few days ago. She would travel with aunt Mauzee to visit and was always so nice. She emailed me quite a few times to let me know how Mauzee was, It was always nice to hear from her. I am so sorry for the loss to all her family, friends and loved ones. She was and will we remembered fondly as a wonderful woman. God Blessing and love to you all, Kasandra Greene ( Hubert & Helens granddaughter)

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