Brenda Jackson, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Mother, Died!!! He Posted Emotional Message
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Mother, Brenda Jackson Died After Battle With Cancer.
- Brenda Jackson dies at the age of 65 after battling with cancer.
- JR Motorsports, where Brenda Jackson worked with her kids, revealed the news of her passing away on Monday.
- Dale Earnhardt Jr. shared the emotional post on his Twitter after the death of his mother.
Brenda Jackson dies at the age of 65 following a battle with cancer.
The death of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s mother was announced by JR Motorsports where she worked for a long time alongside her children: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kelley Earnhardt Miller. The NASCAR world is in mourning and shared condolences to Brenda's family.
Miss Brenda, we thank you for the all memories and the laughter. The office won’t be the same without you. Rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/CtPxq6VNWH
— JR Motorsports (@JRMotorsports) 22 April 2019
Their announcement said,
Known for her wit, charisma and unparalleled ability to cut to the heart of any matter, Jackson became an instant favorite to her friends and colleagues at JR Motorsports when she joined the company as an accounting specialist in 2004. Her sarcastic musings and straightforward approach injected a brand of humor at JR Motorsports that became part of its fabric as it grew into a full-time NASCAR racing operation in 2006 and a championship-winning organization in 2014.
While Jackson’s career at JR Motorsports spanned 15 years, her presence in racing covered a lifetime. She was one of two daughters and four children to legendary NASCAR fabricator Robert Gee, a Virginia native who built winning cars for many celebrated racers, including one up-and-comer from Kannapolis, N.C. named Dale Earnhardt.
Brenda Jackson's son wrote an emotional letter after the death of his mother.
Meanwhile, her daughter said Jackson was her biggest friend and inspiration. The post read like this,
Late Brenda Jackson was the daughter of Robert Gee (NASCAR fabricator) who built various car racers including her husband, late Dale Earnhardt. She and Earnhardt got married in 1972 and welcomed Dale Jr. and Kelley who preferred to stay with their mother after the separation of Dale and Brenda.