At a young age, she united with the Mt. Sinai No. 1 Baptist Church in Jackson and later joined the All Faith Outreach Ministry in Pensacola, Fla. She was a member of the Jackson High School graduating Class of 1995 and later received an associate’s degree as a medical assistant at the Virginia College in Mobile. She was employed with the Mobile Press Register.
Survivors include two sisters, Johnetta L. Jackson and Florence M. Jackson, both of Jackson; three brothers, Jimmie E. (Omeka) Jackson of Sunflower, and Cleveland D. Jackson and James Jackson, both of Jackson; three devoted in-laws, Ophelia Simpson, Demetrius Davis and Omeka Jackson, all of Sunflower; devoted cousin, Callie House of Jackson; four devoted friends, Stacy Lawrence, Keila Belton-Doss, Tierra Washington and LaSedrick Adams, all of Jackson; six nieces and nephews, Michael Jackson of Jackson, Nygel, Bionca, Amarri, Amaniah and Destiny, all of Sunflower; a host of other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends, who are too numerous to name.
Viewing will be Wednesday, Oct. 6, 6-8 p.m., at the Jackson Memorial Funeral Home in Jackson and one hour prior to the 12:30 p.m. funeral service on Thursday, Oct. 7 at Greater Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Jackson. Overseer/prophetess Carolyn Newell and Pastor Alphonso Lucas, both of All Faith Outreach Ministry in Pensacola, will co-officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery. (37-1tp)