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Elder Paul Toni Jackson
December 24, 1949 ~ November 17, 2022 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Elder Paul Toni Jackson, Sr. “Paulie Boy” was born December 24, 1949 in Cosmo, Florida Jacksonville Beaches area to the proud parents of Bishop Robert Jackson II and Elder Marie Jackson.
He attended local elementary schools, Douglas Anderson and Terry Parker High School of Jacksonville, FL. He worked as a foreman, concrete finisher and labored in the concrete industry for over 30 years.
Elder Paul Toni Jackson served as Pastor of We’re Not Ashamed of the Gospel Church of God in Christ for 23 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, the late Bishop Robert Jackson II and Elder Marie Jackson; grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, one brother, Joseph Jackson; two sisters, Edith Collins and Barbara Jackson-Blaney; and wife, Mary Belle Peterson-Jackson.
He is survived by his wife, Mica Jackson; daughters, Paula Jackson-Joseph (Sheldon), Meltonia Jackson, Shalundra Caldwell (Larry), Latasha Nash, Chandala Hagans (Herbert), Stephanie Jackson, Roberta Jackson, Jordan Jackson, Sabrina Jackson, Zion Jackson, Tamika Moors, Tori McKenzy, Kierra Turner, Brandy Turner and Destiny Turner; sons, Paul Toni Jackson, Jr., Charles Campbell, Terrence McKenzy, Jeremiah McKenzy, and Christopher McKenzy; brothers, Robert Jackson III, Shelton Jackson, and Ervin Earl Jackson; sister, Geraldine Brady; dearly loved family member, Marsha Bostic; grandchildren, John Maple, Paul Maple, Zenithia Maple, Lorenzo Maple, Joshua Chaney, Sialas Chaney, Josiah Chaney, D’Angelio Nash, Jackie Nash, Maquela Joseph, Naima Joseph, Jaylen Love, Ebony Hagans, Edony Williams, Alisha Williams-Ross, Arnesha Mitchell, Kareema Howe, Moriah McKenzy, Jereniah McKenzy, Jeremisha McKenzy, Kemiah McKenzy, Terisha McKenzy, Tereanna McKenzy, Tiandra McKenzy, Trianna McKenzy, Miranda McKenzy, Terrence McKenzy, Jeremiah McKenzy, Ja’layah McKenzy, Diamond Brown, Aiden Jackson, Messiah Deas, Prosper Jackson, Louis Allen, Jordan Allen, Honey Allen, Kobe Frazier, Lamari Frazier, Devon Bacon, Sincere Frazier, Valentino Woodruff and William Pugh; a host of great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, family and friends; special nephews, Ronnie Blaney (Punkin) and Joseph Brady (Charlie); goddaughters, Juanita Dixon, Lakicia Lee, Rita Lee, Katrina Dixon and Naprena Christian; caregivers, Diane Cobb, Tasha Crosland, Dedicated Senior Medical Center and Community Hospice.
Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home Northside is serving the Family.