July 26, 1959 ~ February 23, 2023

Born in: Gary, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

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Jackqueline Campbell-Anderson, Born July 26, 1959 in Gary, Indiana to Willie Lee Lott and Leon Lott Sr.. She entered eternal rest February 23, 2023, Jacqueline held many titles Grandmother, Mother, Sister, and most importantly a child of God.

Jackqueline dedicated her life to God at a very young age and assumed a myriad of roles in the church as she would grow older. She was an altruistic servant of God, spreading her love for singing and passion for cooking to not only her family, yet her community as well. Alongside being an active changemaker in her community, she also worked as Purchasing Assistant for the Metra Railroad where she would later retire.

Jackqueline is preceded in death by her: parents Willie Lee & Leon Lott Sr., Child Ronnie Campbell Jr., Husband Steven Anderson, Brother, Leon B Lott Jr

She leaves to Mourn: Daughter Jakeisha (Terrence) Campbell-Caldwell; Stepson Jason Anderson, Stephen Anderson; God Daughter, Sharonda Ballard; Grandchildren Kaija K. Freeman, Kyrian J. Freeman, Javien T. Freeman, Ronnie D. Campbell, Heiress Campbell; Great Granddaughter Gianni C. Freeman, and a host of family members near and far that love her.

It is quintessential For those who loved and cared for Jackqueline to learn from her departure that Forgiveness is the purest act of strength, Acceptance is the path to radical understanding, Mindfulness is composed of a series of nows, Now’s that provide you the opportunity to let those who you care deeply about I Love You. In this deep connection you will truly understand the foundation of FAMILY.


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Indianapolis, IN 46218

Funeral Service: March 9, 2023 12:00 pm

Lavenia & Summers Home For Funerals
5811 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46218

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  1. I am going to miss my best friend we had some good and some bd day but we were always their each other it so hard to say goodby but God know was best love you alway never be forgotten

  2. Jackie we have been friends for over 40 years, one week I got married next week you got married. I had my first baby, you had your first child. We went to church together and we talked over the phone about cooking, when you hurt I hurt. We I was sick you stood right there and payed all my bills and purchased groceries. I will miss my BFF , my children’s godmother. You will truly be missed .

  3. Jackie, we were the best of friends & family always. I am truly grateful that God placed you in my life. You are truly going to be missed, rest now my child from your labor. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on. “Yes,” says the Spirit, “they will rest from their labor, for their deeds follow them!” (Revelation 14:13). Love ❤️ you so very much, RIP

  4. To my family Keisha &Kids. I love you all so much. I’m always here to lend a hear or and a Encouraging word so you can always count on me I love you and i’m praying for you all

    Love Auntie Trisha ❤️

  5. I remember when we first met. I was hanging out on 13th. ave with Joe Mohn and the Lott family was on the avenue. You were very nice and buggy hung out with us. Ronnie would introduce us years later and me and you would have the laugh of a lifetime. That beautiful smile and voice is how you wiil be remembered.

  6. Rest peacefully Jackie! You’ll be missed and remembered by many! The lord needed you more!

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