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Claybrook F. Jackson, 61, baker, Army veteran

Claybrook Francis Jackson, a baker who prepared sweets and pastries, died of a heart attack May 28 while walking on Laurens Street in West Baltimore. The Sandtown-Winchester resident was 61.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Sandtown-Winchester, he attended Booker T. Washington Junior High School and Frederick Douglass High School.

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He served in the Army in Germany, then worked at Catonsville Bakery and Pariser's Bakery on Reisterstown Road, making doughnuts, cakes and buns.

He attended Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church.

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Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Carlton C. Douglass Funeral Home, 1701 McCulloh St.

Survivors include two sons, Keith Jackson of Stone Bridge, Ga., and Mickey Kees of Baltimore; a daughter, LaTonya Burley of Stone Bridge; a brother, John R. Jackson of Baltimore; two sisters, Winifred Sug Parks and Julia Griffin, both of Baltimore; and five grandchildren. His marriages to the former Barbara Walker and to Queenie Jackson ended in divorce.


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