Long time resident of Camden, South Carolina, Maudine Corley Jackson died on March 5, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Born July 28, 1921 in Lexington, SC, she was the daughter of the late Ernest Jamison Corley, Sr. and Maude Wingard Corley. She was a former member of Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Lexington and a long time member of Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church where she was served on the official board as well as president and assistant pianist for the Wembley Sunday School Class. She was also a member of the DeLoache-Zemp Circle of the United Methodist Women.
Mrs. Jackson graduated from the Lexington public schools and Winthrop University in 1943.She did post graduate work at the University of South Carolina and Columbia College. During her 35 year career as a teacher, she served as president of the Camden Teachers Council, the Upsilon chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, and the South Carolina Home Economics Association. She was also a member of the NEA, Retired Teachers Association, SCEA, Kershaw County Education Association, and Kershaw County Landowners and Forestry Association. Mrs. Jackson served as a member of the Winthrop University Board of Visitors for several years.
Mrs. Jackson, widow of William Lawrence Jackson, Sr., is survived by a son, William Lawrence Jackson, Jr. and daughter-in-law, Julie Calk Jackson, a grandson, Benjamin Curt Jackson, all of Baton Rouge, a grandson, Adam Pierce Jackson and his wife, Kristy Toepfer Jackson of New Orleans, Louisiana, and a sister, Imogene Corley Carns of Davidson, North Carolina. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Ernest J. Corley and John E. Corley, sisters Margaret, Salley, Corene, and Eloise Corley and Essie Corley Monts and Lavinia Corley Miller.
There will be a memorial service at a later date. Memorials may be made to Lyttleton Street United Methodist or Winthrop University.
Rabenhorst Funeral Home is in charge.