Michael David Jackson

Michael David Jackson was born January 9, 1954, in Topeka Kansas. He was the sixth child born to the late Marvin and Jessie Wilson Jackson.

Mr. Jackson attended Topeka public schools and was a certified welder until he became disabled. Michael was a long-time member of

Zion Tabernacle Church and volunteered his services at the Topeka Rescue Mission teaching bible studies. He had been severely ill over a period of months and was eventually admitted to Midland Hospice Care where he passed-away May 9, 2020 from his medical condition.

He leaves to cherish his memories one daughter Michele Jackson of Topeka, KS: two brother’s Elder Melvin and Rev. Donald Jackson

Both of Topeka, KS, and a host of nephews, niece’s other relatives and friends.

Psalms 27

The Lord is my light and my salvation whom shall I fear. The Lord is the strength of my life, of whom shall I be afraid,

One thing I desire of the Lord, that I will seek after. That I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life,

To behold the beauty of the Lord, and enquire in his temple.

Mr. Jackson will be cremated, therefore, due to the COVID 19 virus this will conclude any further services.

The family of Michael Jackson sincerely appreciates all the acts of kindness shown to us during this time.  

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  1. I have known Michael (known to me as “Pee-Wee”) since we were in the 5th grade at Monroe. Pee Wee was always kind. Just recently I was looking at the class pictures and wondered how he was doing. I hadn’t seen him in many years. RIP Pee-Wee. My condolences to his family and friends.

  2. Michael Davld Jackson, AKA Pee- Wee Jackson was a childhood friend of mine. He will be missed. Rest now my friend. Hope to see you again someday.

  3. Honoring Mr Jackson for his legacy of the faith in our God. I see that faith in his daughter. What a beautiful gift to give!

  4. My condolences. I’ve known Michael since 2006. He was silly and always help make yiu smile when you was down. He’s greatly missed.

  5. To the family, i’m sorry for your loss. He was my brother in Christ and also my fiend. I’m really going to miss laughing with him. So glad for his relationship with Jesus.

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