Memorial set for ‘Voice of Disneyland’

By | 2007-05-05T17:31:55+00:00 May 5th, 2007|Categories: DAPs Magic News, Disney|0 Comments

A memorial service will be Sunday for Earl Raymond Jackson, dubbed "the voice of Disneyland," who died April 30. He was 72.

He moved with family to California in 1967, working in the Entertainment Division at Disneyland. After producing and announcing many live shows, including the premier of Disneyland on Parade, Jackson was dubbed "the voice of Disneyland" by Walt Disney.

Survivors include Patricia Jackson, his wife of 49 years; daughters Beverly and Catherine; son David; and four grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Pickwick Gardens, 1001 Riverside Drive Burbank.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the HealthCare Foundation at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. 

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