David Lee Jackson, age 81, of Kissimmee, FL was called to the Lord on December 23, 2020. He was born on August 3, 1939 to Eliza Jackson and Mary Frell-Jackson.
David pastored at Pentecostal Assembly of Churches of Jesus Christ, Inc., in Havre-de-Grace for Community Church of Christ in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware for over 30 years. Frankfurt, Germany at the Goodluc Karsern, The Hinesville Church in Macon, Georgia.
David Lee Jackson, United States Army (Retired), 20 years as well as Civil Service, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 10 plus years; and Contract Worker, NIH, Silver Springs, Maryland; Contract Worker, under the Clinical Research Management Team, Hinckley, Ohio.
David was known as Staff Sergeant, Elder Jackson, Brother Jackson and the Lord Jesus Christ personally ordained him as a Prophet--Prophet David Lee Jackson.
David graduated from Atkins High School, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The University of Maryland, Military Studies in various parts of the United States while serving in the Military, 121 Credits.
Delaware State University, Delaware, approximately 80 plus Credits.
He had business ventures starting: Global Biological Laboratories, Inc., Dover, Delaware (Felton, Delaware), Janie's Floral Designs, Dover, Delaware and Maryland, SJackson Enterprise and Transportation, LLC, Kissimmee, Florida.
He was also an inventor and patented the JADAC DEVICE (usage for medical purposes), HONEY BAND AID (usage for wounds), Fort Detrick, Maryland, Department of the Army, under the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command.
David wrote many poems such as: An Encounter with the Almighty (will be read aloud at the funeral)
David earned many Certificates just to name a few: Biological Personnel Reliability Training, October 28, 2005, Vivarium Design for Working With Infectious Diseases, November 6, 2005, Designing Your Animal Facility: Planning, Systems, Details, and Trends, November 10, 2005.
David loved his family and took his responsibilities to them very seriously. He was definitely a provider for them. He raised his children in Church and taught them to obey God's Word as well as the Law of the Land.
David is survived by his wife of 57 years Janie C. Jackson; children: Sandra Denise Jackson, Donald Alexander Jackson, David Lee Jackson III, Michael Raul Jackson, Dreama LaVette Jackson-McCoy and Shumar Jackson; 25 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
He is being cared for in Florida by CONRAD AND THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME, 511 Emmett St., Kissimmee, FL 34741 and in Winston-Salem, NC by Russell Funeral Home. He will have viewing on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 in NC and interment with military honors at Salisbury National Cemetery, Salisbury, NC.
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