Welcome to the
memorial page for
Catherine R. Jackson Booker
February 9, 1977
~ May 8, 2021
Catherine Roberta Jackson Booker was born on February 9, 1977 in Long Branch, New Jersey and was called home May 8, 2021 surrounded by her family and companion Milton Rainey. Kizzy was the daughter of the late Ernie Jackson and Patricia Jackson.
Kizzy "Boom Boom as she was called by her family and friends, attended Red Bank public schools. Kizzy then became a Certified Nurses Aid and enjoyed working with the Elderly and Disabled until she became sick. Kizzy gave her heart to God and was baptized by the Holy Spirit. She was always known for singing various songs. She is now singing in the Heavenly Choir.
Kizzy AKA "Boom Boom" had a heart of gold and loved everyone unconditionally with no questions asked. She opened up her home for many. Kizzy would give you the clothes off her back. Everyone from town to town knew Boom Boom. She loved to sing and particularly loved Keyshia Cole. Kizzy will always be remembered as the dancing queen and was ready to battle anyone at any time. She loved her girls so much and her grandson BJ aka "Fat Daddy." Kizzy was always about family. Boom Boom would often say "The Lord knows my Heart."
She is predeceased by her son Drew Booker Jr.; her first cousin Lamont Crank; her grandparents David and Dorothy Fairley, Ernie and Catherine Jackson.
She is survived by her mother Patricia Jackson (Herbert) of Asbury Park, her daughters Patricia Jackson of Long Branch, Jahna Blount of Asbury Park and Tiffany Jackson of Asbury Park; her brother Jimmy (Kimberly) Fairley of Neptune; sister Dorothy Howard of Asbury Park; grandson Brandon of Long Branch; nephew Jimmy Jr. of Asbury Park; nieces Jayanna (Joe) Matthews of North Carolina, Jakiera (Ricky) Dellahunt of North Carolina; uncle David Fairley of Asbury Park; aunts Emma Fairley of New York and Lisa Ottley of Asbury Park; great aunts Ollie Davis of Red Bank and Elaine Johnson of Red Bank and great uncle Deacon Fred Johnson of Red Bank as well as a host of great nieces, great nephews, cousins and friends.