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DeWaine (Button) Earl Muzny Jackson

April 3, 1967 - September 6, 2020

DeWaine (Button) Earl Muzny Jackson, 53, born in Tomball, Texas on April 3, 1967, passed away peacefully at his home in Dallas, Texas Sunday morning September 6, 2020. Surrounded by love he went to be with his Lord.
DeWaine enjoyed making his living as Manager and Catering Director at Parigi Restaurant, in Dallas, then as Maître D' and Catering Director at Salum Restaurant, also in Dallas.

He is survived by husband, Arthur Lee Muzny Jackson; brothers, Dennis Ray Muzny, Greg Donelson, and Clifton Troy Richardson; step-dads, Ron York and Daniel Smith; sisters, Angela Castiglione, Renee' Richardson Mathews, Lisa Gail Jackson, and Frances Laverne White; step-mom, Ann Muzny; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends, as well as his cats Malcolm, Noelle, and Tyga. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Henry Muzny; his mother, Lillian "Doll" Mae Russell Muzny; brother, Charles Derran Muzny; sister, Terry Michelle Richardson Boatright; his step-dad, CT Richardson; his step-mother, Lois Alene Russell Richardson; and beloved mother-in-law, Betty Jean Jackson.


IN HOUSTON

A Memorial Service will be held 4:00 pm, Saturday, September 19, 2020. J & L Sheet Metal –Houston 14102 Chrisman Rd. Houston, TX 77039

DALLAS
A Memorial Service will be held, 10:00 am, Saturday, September 26, 2020.
Via Zoom: Email artanddewaine@outlook.com for info and instructions.
DeWaine loved with all his heart and wanted those he cherished to remember him by loving one another and celebrating every day on earth as if it were their last.

There's Something Special About
BUTTON

We are all unique, that's a given. No two people since the beginning of time have ever been the exact same. It's an impossibility! So what makes an impression and makes a person stand out? The family and friends of Dewaine knew the answer. He held many titles to those who knew him but it wasn't these roles that held the weight. It was the experience after being in his presence that left the indelible mark on ones being. His smile alone could pierce a steely heart, lift the grey clouds of mediocrity, ignite a fire within a melancholy heart and invite the timid to full bloom. The zest he had for life and others was genuine, real and contagious. He touched a place within your being that enlivened one's spirit and left you changed. The essence of his person was one that was open, transparent, real and remarkably relatable. He made no excuses for who he was or what he stood for but it was the unspoken part of him that didn't need to be explained because it was on display to those fortunate enough to get access to the delightful inner world of all he embodied and encompassed. He left his mark, an imprint in the deep recesses of the hearts and minds that crossed his path. There will never be another Dewaine and the character of those that grew from knowing him will be what carries him on eternally, never to be forgotten and forever cherished!