On September 29, 2021, God in His wisdom decided to call Audrey Mae Jackson-Baloney from labor to reward. Audrey was born on February 26, 1943 to the late Rose Davis Jackson and the late Joseph Jackson. Audrey would grow up as the baby of twelve children. She was born and raised in Lyon, LA. She was educated in the St. John the Baptist School System, where she later became a substitute teacher. \n\nAudrey loved the Lord. At an early age she was baptized at Zion Travelers Missionary Baptist Church by the late Rev. Marshall Cambre, Sr.She was a dedicated and faithful member at Zion. She became a choir member at a young age and was always available to sing when asked, until she became ill. Audrey took care of the children in the church's nursery. She never said no to something that needed to be done when she was able to do it.\n\nOne day she decided to say "YES!", and married the late Joseph Baloney III. Their union was blessed with seven loving children. When Audrey was not tending to the needs of others, you could find her watching one of her favorite TV shows; Rifle Man, Big Valley, or any cowboy show she could find.\n\nAudrey leaves to cherish her precious memories her children: Lola Jackson, Angela Baloney-Davis (Paul), Randy Jackson (Shelita), Dexter Jackson (Valerie), Kay Baloney, and Corey Jackson; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.\n\nShe was preceded in death by her son, Kirk L. Baloney; parents, Rose Davis-Jackson and Joseph Jackson; siblings: Sedonia J. Smith, Martha J. Mason, Vivian Jackson, Lillian J. Miles, Valentine Fleming, Cecile J. Washington, Caldonia J. Ellis, Pearl J. Washington, Junius and Earl Jackson; uncles and aunts: Sidney and Mary Davis, Lawrence and Victoria Isaac, and Charlie and Alberta Clay.\n\nAlthough Audrey will be truly missed, her family, friends, and church family will forever cherish her memories.\n\nA celebration honoring the life of Audrey Mae Jackson-Baloney will be held on Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Zion Travelers Missionary Baptist Church, 713 Walnut St., LaPlace, LA 70068. Visitation will begin at 11am until the start of service at 12pm. Entombment to follow at St. John Memorial Gardens, 2205 W Airline Hwy., LaPlace, LA 70068. Final care and professional services entrusted to Treasures of Life Funeral Services, 315 E Airline Hwy., Gramercy, LA 70052.\n\n"When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a TREASURE!!"\n\nTo share condolences and thoughts, and to sign guest book, please visit: www.treasurefunerals.com.\n\nDue to COVID-19 and CDC guidelines and restrictions, masks and social distancing are REQUIRED!!!