Ronny Jackson’s Wife Jane Jackson

Jane Jackson

Jane Jackson is the lovely wife of Rear Admiral Dr. Ronny Jackson –who has served as a White House physician for the past three administrations.

Jane’s hubby is believed to be assuming a new position after President Trump announced he was making Jackson his new head of the Department of Veteran Affairs, replacing the current secretary of the department, David Shulkin.

Ronny is the same guy who back in January gave his report on Trump’s physical at a press conference, causing his credibility to be questioned after giving Trump effusive compliments on his health. For the time being, Dr. Jackson’s confirmation hearing has been delayed as Jackson faces claims of overprescribing medication and drinking on the job, according to The New York Times.

Jane Jackson

Before serving as a White House physician, Dr. Jackson had deployed as an emergency medicine physician to Taqaddum, Iraq, during the Iraq war. The Texas native born Ronny Lynn Jackson on May 4, 1967 – graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Marine Biology. In 1995 he graduated from University of Texas Medical Branch.

He and wife Jane Jackson have been married for years. The couple tied the knot on Jan. 30, 1993 in Galveston. Since their nuptials they have welcomed three children, Libby, Ben and Matthew.

Jane Jackson was born Jane Ely Annable, she and her family currently live in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Though not much is known about Jane Jackson –is easy to assume she has been a supportive spouse from the very beginning of her hubby’s long and until recently successful career.

According to his bio, Ronny Jackson completed his internship at the Portsmouth Naval Medical Center in Virginia and began active duty naval service in 1995. He returned to Portsmouth in 2001 to begin his residency in emergency medicine. He completed his residency in 2004, finishing at the top of his class.

The following year he joined the 2nd Marines, Combat Logistics Regiment 25 at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina. He was then deployed to Iraq, where he served during Operation Iraqi Freedom as an emergency medicine physician based out of Taqaddum, Iraq. In addition to Iraq, Jackson also has served in Norfolk, Virginia; Panama City, Florida; Pearl Harbor; and Sigonella, Italy.

While Dr. Jackson is doing what he does best, this means Jane Jackson is the one caring for their children at home. Certainly not an easy task.