Mayhew-Brown Funeral Home
Jackson, Ohio is a town packed with tradition, overflowing with
history and preserved with the memories of families who have lived,
worked and played here for generations.
We grew up in this community. We share those exclusive
childhood memories of the Apple Festival, the eisteddfod, "Bubbles"
from Michael's ice cream, Foothills Art Festival, Friday nights
with the Jackson Fighting Ironmen and so many other priceless
traditions. We're proud ofour town. Most of all we're
proud to be raising our family in our town.
To be able to live, work and raise our family in the community
where we both grew up is a privilege. We know times are
tough. Families have moved away to find work and new
opportunity and those who have stayed here are still experiencing
the challenges associated with small town life in a time when the
economy isn't seeing it's finest hour and the industries our
parents and grandparents relied on for job security are no
But through it all, there's one thing that has stayed the same
for so many of us and that's our sense of PRIDE. The pride we
feel when we watch our children play together and succeed together
in our excellent school district, or when our community members
come together to benefit a family or local citizen in need or even
when we sit on the street corner every September and watch the
Jackson Marching Ironmen take to the streets during the Saturday
night parade at the Apple Festival.
We are a community that endures the challenges, but celebrates
the goodness that exists. We're proud to be a part of Jackson
County. Thank you for allowing our family an opportunity to
become part of yours.
Jason & Shelley Brown &