Freddie Jackson II, was born in Tuskegee, AL on June 19, 1973 to the late Freddie and Ella Jackson. He was the oldest of 6 Children. He graduated from Autaugaville High School, Class of 1992. He went on to get his CDL License. He had a passion for driving 18 wheelers until he became terminally ill. On Thursday, January 9, 2020, God decided to relieve Freddie of all his sickness and pain at Jackson Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama. He has earned his wings and resting in Jesus.
Freddie was faithful member of Reach Out & Touch Holiness Ministry. He also rededicated his life to God and accepted the calling into the ministry, God had on his life during his service of almost 10 years.
Freddie was preceded in death by his loving wife, Doretha Jackson parents; Freddie and Ella Jackson; grandparents; Charlie and Mae Neal Steele; uncles; Ollie, Tommy, Willie, Frank, and Jack Harris, and Henry Saffold; aunts, Ola Bella Jackson, Louise Saffold, and Mary Harris.
Freddie leaves to cherish his memories four loving sons, DeAndre, Marquez, Demetrius, and Joseph Jackson, four loving and devoted siblings, Ola Bell Jackson-Richards (Roderikus Richards), Cedric Jackson, both of Montgomery, AL, Lasundra Palmer, and Antonio Jackson of Autaugaville, AL, eight nieces, Kayla and Brianna Jackson, Joshunta, Jonquitta Frazier, Ella Pettway, Jashuna Brown, Ja'lyric Jackson, and Quanteshia Smith five nephews, Timothy (Karolyn Jackson), Xavier Jackson, Emmanuel Frazier, Jason Brown II, and Kamden Jackson, and aunts, Qwen Harrisand Debbie Harris and mother-in-law, Ida Mae Brown (deceased William Brown, Sr.), brother-in-laws, William Brown II and Jason Brown and a host of cousins, other relatives, and friends.
Freddie spiritual father was the late Elder Willie Smith and spiritual mother Minister Barbara Smith. We can't forget his best friend Kenneth Stone, bonded together by an unbreakable bond and in their hearts, they were brothers.
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