Vianne (Davis) Jackson was called home Wednesday, August 18, 2021. Vianne was born on June 25, 1983, in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Vianne was a proud ‘military brat’ and received her education from all over the world. She will mostly be remembered by her big heart, distinctive laugh, and humorous personality.
Vianne is preceded in death by her maternal grandmother Viola McAden and maternal aunt Janice Paris.
She leaves behind a husband, Byron Jackson of Fayetteville, NC and two children, Jayla Felder of Fort Meade, MD and Jasmine Cabrera of Fayetteville, NC. She also leaves behind a loving mother and father, Vianne Laura Mohr and Dale Allen Mohr of Fayetteville, NC; Nine siblings, Alyssa (Tesa) Martin of PA, Thomas Martin of NJ, Robin Knight of PA, Kevin Davis of OK, Cheryl Davis-Triplett of NC, Jeannine Davis of NJ, David Mohr of WA, and Nicholas Mohr of WA.
Her memory will live on in her nieces and nephews of which she loved dearly, Charles Martin of PA; Denzel Martin of PA; Alyssa Martin of PA; Brandon Simmons of PA; Ryheem Knight of PA; Rashad Knight of PA; Takira Buchanan of PA; Charles Buchanan; Kal’el Davis of OK; Teziah Davisof OK; Kitana Triplett of NC; Darian Triplett of NY; Tesa Triplett of NC; Hadessa Martin of WA, and Nina Robinson of NJ.
Vianne was loved by her parents in law, Shbetta Jackson-Reid and Kelvin Reid of Fayetteville, NC. She will be remembered by her siblings in law Kenya Jackson and Devon Jackson of Fayetteville, NC. She will be missed dearly by her grandparents Bertha Mohr and Donald Mohr of Milton Freewater, OR; Betty Derry of Raleigh, NC; and Ailla Prince of Fayetteville, NC.
As a Military Brat and Veteran, Vianne is loved and will be missed dearly by service members and classmates around the world.
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