Steve Jackson shares a laugh with a ferry passenger at the Edmonds ferry terminal. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Steve Jackson shares a laugh with a ferry passenger at the Edmonds ferry terminal. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

For five decades, he’s been Puget Sound’s ferry godfather

Steve Jackson has worked for Washington State Ferries for 50 years. Find him at the Edmonds ticket booth.

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