Marty Elizabeth Jackson Neal "MiMi", was born in Richland, Missouri, on April 6, 1937, and departed this life October 31, 2020, in Hartville, Missouri, at the age of eighty-three years.

Marty Elizabeth Jackson Neal "MiMi", was born in Richland, Missouri, on April 6, 1937, and departed this life October 31, 2020, in Hartville, Missouri, at the age of eighty-three years.

Marty is survived by three sons, Michael Anthony Jackson and his wife Diana, Clay Timothy Jackson and his wife Sammi and Mark Terrance Jackson and his wife Teresa, all of Lebanon, MO; two daughters, Allison Kimberlee Shaver and her husband Wallace of Grovespring, MO and Melissa Elizabeth Lee Bowling of Lebanon, MO; ten grandchildren, Tony Jackson, Jr. and his wife Crissy, Kristopher Jackson and his wife Crystal, Spencer and Rilee Jackson, Crissy McBride and her husband Matt. Amy Chastain and her husband Tyler, Joshua Shaver and his wife Victoria, Jeremy Shaver, Ashlee and Emilee Bowling; several great grandchildren; her brother, Michael Stewart and his wife Autumn of Springfield, MO and her sister, Sue Durbin of Lebanon; several nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.

Marty received her cosmetology degree and instructors license in 1970, and taught at Missy-Lee’s College of Beauty in Lebanon for many years. She was also employed with Colonial Funeral Chapel, as their hairdresser for several years. She served as a Pink Lady at Wallace Hospital and helped with many Blood Drives in the Lebanon community. In later years, Marty worked along side her husband Charlie Neal, at Butts Barber Shop, in Camdenton, Missouri. She enjoyed sewing, collecting rocks and driftwood, being outdoors, walking along the shores of the Lake of the Ozarks, flower gardening, landscaping, and she started Levi & Laces, the first square dance club in the Lebanon area.

Her most precious times where those spent with her family.

No services are planned for Marty Elizabeth Jackson Neal, "MiMi". As per her request, her body will be cremated under the direction of Shadel’s Colonial Chapel.