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Jackie Brunson Lucas
September 27, 1946 ~ November 11, 2023 (age 77) 77 Years Old
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Jackie Brunson Lucas, of Jamestown, S.C., widow of Reverend Adlai L. Lucas, Sr., died peacefully at her home Saturday, November 11, 2023.
Her Celebration of Life will be held, Saturday, December 2, 2023, at 1 o’clock, in the Jamestown Baptist Church. The family will receive friends following the service in the Jamestown Baptist Life Center, with a meal provided.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Jamestown Baptist Church, Playground Fund, P.O. Box 104, Jamestown, S.C. 29453.
Jackie was born September 27, 1946, in Charleston, S.C., a daughter of the late Isaac Aaron “Dutch” Brunson and Kathleen Josey Brunson. She married the love of her life, Adlai Lucas, moved to Columbia, S.C. in 1977, in 2001 her husband went to be with the Lord. Prior to her marriage, she worked several years at the Berkeley County Hospital as an X-Ray Technician. After Adlai’s death she returned home to Jamestown and became very active in her church and community. She was a faithful member of the Jamestown Baptist Church, serving in Prayer Ministry, teaching Sunday school, singing in the choir and helping with VBS. She also had been Chaplain for the 29453 Community Neighborhood Watch.
Jackie will be forever remembered for her “Mama’s Melt in Your Mouth” Pound Cakes, which traveled across the miles and often showed up as a surprise on someone’s doorstep. Jackie was a loyal friend who always took the time to listen, encourage, pray and lend a helping hand. She also enjoyed reading and sending out cards. But Jackie’s greatest joy was spending time with family and friends. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
Jackie was passionate about praying for others. She served as a Prayer Warrior for her home church and was also a member the Berkeley Baptist Ladies Tuesday Morning Prayer Group. She served in the Prayer Ministry of her former church, Holland Avenue Baptist, where she was a member of the Faith, Hope and Love Sunday school class.
Jackie is survived by her brother, Thomas “Tom” H. Brunson and his wife, Anne, of Jamestown; stepsister, Penny S. Metts and her husband, J.D., of Moncks Corner; stepdaughters- Donna Lucas Fitzpatrick and her husband John, of Sunset Beach, N.C. and Hope Lucas Mathis and her husband Kenny, of Virginia; stepson, Adlai Lucas Jr. and his wife, Astrid, of Virginia; step daughter-in-law, Syenni Lucas of New York; step granddaughter, Emily Fitzpatrick of Virginia; nieces- Lisa B. Clark and Trebor B. Boatright; nephews-Glenn Pipkin Jr. and Robert Brunson; great nieces- Carson Brunson, Cassi Clark and Braylin Clark; great nephews- Cade Brunson, Braddock Keffer and Trenton Keffer; sisters-in-law, Linda Brunson and June Burkhalter; and many loving extended family members.
Jackie was predeceased by her sister, Dr. Gloria B. Pipkin; brother, Robert L. Brunson; stepfather, James W. Scott and stepson, Robin Lucas.
The family wishes to extend a special thanks to all members of the Amedisys Hospice team for their exceptional and loving care they provided Jackie.