In Memory

Jackson Haskell - Class Of 1982

Jackson Coulter Haskell, 48, passed away on November 17, 2012 after battling pancreatic cancer. He was a resident of Columbus, GA.
Jackson was born July 25, 1964 to LTC (Ret.) Charles T. Haskell, Jr. and Diane Coulter Haskell in Columbus, Georgia. He was a graduate of Hardaway High School. He received his bachelor's degree from Columbus State University, and his master's degree from the University of Alabama.
A graveside service was held on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 2:00 PM in Parkhill Cemetery, according to Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, 4071 Macon Rd., Columbus.

Survivors include his wife, Melissa Haskell of Waverly Hall, GA; three sons, Dylan Rawlinson Haskell, Jackson Coulter Haskell, Jr. and Langdon Cheves Haskell; his mother, Diane Haskell of Columbus; two brothers, Charles T. Haskell, III (Laura) of Fortson, GA and Glenn Haskell (Heather) of Garden City, GA; three uncles, Louie Jackson Coulter, Jr. of Columbus, Gary L. Coulter (Rheanell) of Athens, GA and Elnathan Haskell (Angela) of Maryland; and several nieces and nephews.

Jackson was preceded in death by his father, LTC U.S. Army (Ret.)Charles Thomson (Tom) Haskell, Jr. of Columbus; and his grandparents; Charles T. Haskell Sr. and Marion S. Haskell of Columbia, SC and Louie J. Coulter and Frances W. Coulter of Columbus, GA.
Note from Jackson's brother, Glenn ('81):

My younger brother, Jack, passed away 11/17/12. I will always miss him.
Unfortunately my father, LTC U.S. Army (Ret.)Charles Thomson (Tom) Haskell, Jr., also passed away 4/17/14. There were a good many folks that knew and liked him. He and Doug Schulte got along famously.

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07/25/14 05:43 AM #1    

Tom Haskell (1978)

Jack is missed by many and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of him. He was a friend to many and an enemy of none. He and I worked for the same company for over 10 years and hardly a day went by that we did not trade barbs via email or instant messaging. I will always miss him.

07/27/14 02:46 PM #2    

Mike Barsky (1982)

I only knew Jack for a few years, 7th - 9th grades in Japan, but we were pretty good friends back then. We had a lot of fun knocking around Sagami Depot, and camping with the Boy Scouts. I remember him working exceptionally hard to qualify for the 7th Nippon Jamboree. Those were great times!

07/28/14 04:38 PM #3    

John Bishop (1982)

I remember Jack very well.  My condolences to the family.

04/01/21 08:50 AM #4    

Robert Myslinski (1982)

My memories of Jack revolve mainly around playing DYA baseball together back in 8th grade. We were both outfielders and he was a great hitter. Jack would astonish us every once in a while by knocking one over the fence. It was my first year playing any organized sports and I remember him and those days with such fondness. RIP Jack.

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