Redlin Funeral Home

Richard G. `Dick` Jackson , Age 87

February 05, 1933 --February 20, 2020

Richard G. Dick Jackson, age 87, of Baraboo passed away peacefully Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020 at St. Clare Meadows with family by his side. Richard, son of Garland and Virginia (Edwards) Jackson was born Feb. 5, 1933 in Sparta. He was a graduate of Sparta High. On Aug. 2, 1950 he enlisted in the US Air Force, serving his country for 4 years during the Korean War until his honorable discharge on Aug. 1, 1954. Dick married His Blondy Marilyn Pip Apperson on June 15, 1957 in Chicago. Dick and Pip moved to Baraboo in 1968 where they raised six children. Dick had many friends in the Baraboo area. He was a member of St. Johns Lutheran Church. Dick most recently has resided at Oak Park Place with his wife.

Survivors include his loving wife of 62 years, Marilyn of Baraboo; children, Virginia (C.J.) Boyce of Marina, CA, Terry (Serena) Jackson of Dove Canyon, CA, Tom (Liz) Jackson of Seattle, WA, Rhonda (Dave) Schoell of Reedsburg, Richard II (Karla) Jackson of Murrieta, CA. He is further survived by his sister, Judy (Knut) Simonson of Pittsburg, PA; sister-in-law, Diana Jackson of Onalaska; grandkids, Malachi (Kacie) Boyce, Zach (Mimi) Boyce, Jessica Boyce, Marilyn and Audrey Jackson, Arlo and Frida Jackson, Kayla Raabe, David (Maddie) Schoell, Jennifer Schoell, Sophia Jackson; great-grandkids, Rylie, Cameron and McKenna Boyce and Jullian Lamm.

Dick was preceded in death by his oldest daughter, Victoria Lynn Jackson; parents, Garland and Virginia Jackson; and his brother, Maj. Robert W. Jackson.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020 at 11 a.m. at Redlin Funeral Home with Pastor Tim Kuske officiating. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will follow at Walnut Hill Cemetery where military rites will be conducted.


Joellen ‘Joey’ Scott February 23, 2020

Niece Guysville , Ohio

Dear Aunt Pip and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. May you all find comfort in the love and memories you share. Uncle Dick was a big personality and will live on in our hearts. Much Love, Joey

Renee Erickson February 25, 2020

Family friends Denmark , Wisconsin

It’s with sadness that we say goodbye to a friend. We’ve been lucky to have our families intertwined over the years and know that we are thinking of you all. Even though this is a sad time, the memories of a life well lived will hopefully help you on the journey to healing. In honor of Dick, a $75.00 donation has been made to the Alzheimer’s Association in the hopes that someday there will be a treatment or cure of this horrible disease. With all our love, Marilyn Ravey Autumn Ravey-Patton Renee (Ravey) Erickson