Kaye Arlene (Hall) Jackson, age 68, of Plainwell, Michigan, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, November 20 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. She was a beloved mom, grandma, sister, and friend who will be sorely missed. Born to William and Marjorie Hall, Kaye and her twin sister, Faye, joined this world on January 20, 1949. They were greeted by two older siblings, Marjorie Ann and Bill. She was raised in Wayland and graduated from Wayland High School in 1967. Over the years Kaye held various jobs in medical offices. For about a decade she worked at the Heart Center for Excellence where she made many friends. She most recently worked at Kalamazoo Gastroenterology Hepatology. She enjoyed bringing in delicious baked goods for the doctors there. Kaye also worked independently as a certified massage therapist. She enjoyed both of these jobs as long as she could - even after being diagnosed with cancer in 2014. Her time at Northbridge Church, where she was a member, was very important to her. Kaye loved the Lord and grew in her faith there. She was also an avid baker and will be fondly remembered for her delicious pumpkin rolls, pies, and cakes! Kaye was married to Dennis Jackson on October 30, 1970 until 2007. Together they were blessed with three children, Craig, Karen, and Carolyn. Kaye is survived by Dennis, their children, Craig (Wendy) Jackson, Karen (Jim) Raseman, and Carolyn (Steven) Wagner, her grandchildren, Kent, Peter, George, Evelyn, Miriam, Henry, Vivian, Theodore, Oliver, and Elliot Jackson and Ethan, Alex, and Liam Raseman. Kaye is also survived by her twin sister, Faye (Gary) Heintzelman. She was preceded in death by her parents and her older brother and sister. The family will receive friends from 2:00 to 4:00 on Saturday, December 2 at Northbridge Church. Kaye's celebration of life will follow the visitation with Pastor Ray Brandon officiating. Kaye was a selfless woman. Even in her passing, she is still giving to others by donating her body for scientific research. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wings of Hope Hospice (Allegan) and the Lili Ramos Scholarship Fund at Northbridge Church.