Joseph G. Jackman

  • Died: July 10, 2021
  • Location: Bronx, New York

Pelham Funeral Home

64 Lincoln Ave
Pelham, NY 10803

Tel. (914) 738-1060

Tribute & Message From The Family

Jackman, Joseph. Lucan, Co. Dublin & Woodlawn, New York

"Ahh Jaysus", it's with great sorrow we share the passing of Joseph 'Joe' Jackman on July 10, 2021 in Woodlawn, New York. Joe was born in 1959 in Lucan, Co. Dublin and is survived by siblings, Ann, Margaret and Pascal. In his youth he developed a love of farming, and a passion for tractors and motorcycles. He went on to serve his apprenticeship as a diesel mechanic. He drove the length and breadth of Ireland as a truck driver before moving to New York in 1986. He lived in Bainbridge for many years before moving to Woodlawn where he spent his final days. Joe worked on building New York with scaffold, welding and general construction.

Joe will be remembered as social man who loved the craic, and was well known to many neighbors and friends. As a long-time member of Celtic Motorcycle Club New York, he was clubhouse manager for many years, and a raffle ticket seller extraordinaire! Joe combined his love of motorcycle racing, travel and the odd Coors Light with good effect, trips included classics, Daytona Beach, Florida - most every year, Laguna Seca, California & the Brickyard at Indianapolis.

Ar dheis de go raibh a anam. A celebration of Joe's life will take place at the Pelham Funeral Home located at 64 Lincoln Avenue, Pelham, New York on Saturday, July 17, 2021 from 3pm - 6pm.
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Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear of Joes passing....he was a lovely guy and i remember him with fondness...condolences to his family...may he rest in peace..

Posted by Linda Kane (Speight) - Ireland. - Friend   July 19, 2021

One of life's nice guys . . . enjoyed great times in Kenny's with Joe . . . he was sincere, witty, funny and just a lovely bloke to be around . . . deepest sympathy to Pascal and Margaret and the rest of the Jackman family . . . your brother did you proud.

Posted by Johnny Kelly    July 18, 2021

sorry big joe my dear friend always right to the point i will miss our no non sense talks -upstate t

Posted by TOM KINNEY - NEWBURGH, NY - Friend   July 18, 2021

Sincere condolences to family and friends. Rest in Paradise Joe forever in our hearts❤

Posted by Fran Vogt - YONKERS, NY - Friend   July 17, 2021


may God comfort all who will miss Joe

Posted by Jim Higgins - Yonkers, NY - Friend   July 17, 2021

R.I.P Joe. Condolences to all his family members.

Posted by Wendy Whitehead    July 17, 2021

Farewell to my big brother joe, he always minded me, both here in lucan and in new york.
Will miss you

Posted by Pascal Jackman - Naas - Brother   July 16, 2021

Condolences to Joe's Family . Was a pleasure to Work with you Joe , Many years ago and Many's a Scoop we had as well . Rest In Peace

Posted by Martin McDermott - Pearl River, NY - Friend   July 16, 2021

Deeply saddened to hear of Joes passing. I have very fond memories of Joe. One such memory was when I brought Joe to buy his first motorbike in the '70's to Dublin City centre. His love for motorbikes took off from there. Will miss you Joe, rest in peace. Uncle Mick & Family.

Posted by Mick Foley - Dublin - Family   July 16, 2021

Rest In Peace Joseph you were the best.
Fly with the angels.

Posted by Michael & Martina Mahoney - Bromx, NY - Friend   July 16, 2021

Rest in peace joe ,

Posted by Ryan O Neill - Ireland - Coworker   July 15, 2021

Our sincere condolences to Ann,Margaret and Pascal on the passing of Joe. May he Rest In Peace.
Josephine and Dermot Coakley. Mahopac Ny.

Posted by Dermot Coakley - Mahopac, NY - Friend   July 15, 2021

Rest in peace Joe. A long time ago since we last met, but heard of you being at 'The Cross'in recent times.

Posted by Joan Berney. - Wexford - Family   July 15, 2021

Rest in peace Joe.

Posted by Ann Berney - Wexford - Family   July 15, 2021

Farewell Joe,Though time and distance separated us over the years, memories childhood adventures shared and enjoyed in freedom and innocence remain. May you rest in peace and be blessed for your onward journey. Love Margaret

Posted by Margaret Jackman Jackman - Melbourne - Sister   July 15, 2021

Will treasure the memories rest in peace Joe,

Posted by Breedge Carroll - Friend   July 14, 2021

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