Welcome to the
memorial page for
Effie A. Jackson
February 7, 1944
~ April 6, 2020
Rev. Effie A. Jackson was born on February 7, 1944 in Greenville, South Carolina. She made her heavenly transition on April 6, 2020 at the Ocean Medical Center in Brick, NJ.
Effie was saved in 1955 at the very young age of eleven. In 1966 she joined in marriage to Reverend Reginald E. Jackson at her home church of Glad Tidings Pentecostal Tabernacle. She was called by God into the Gospel of Ministry in the year of 1977.
Effie was officially and publicly licensed as an Evangelist on June 24, 1987 and was ordained as Reverend in October 1998 at Glad Tidings Pentecostal Tabernacle under Bishop Russell Scott (Overseer). She was an honorary four-year graduate of Monmouth Bible Institute of Farmingdale, NJ where she received certifications in Evangelical Teacher Training, Association in Preliminary, Advanced Teacher Training and Diploma in Religious Education.
She worked for more than 30 years at the Newbury Elementary School in Howell, NJ as a School Aide.
She leaves to mourn her beloved husband of 54 years Rev. Reginald E. Jackson; 2 daughters April A. Vankline of Howell, NJ and Erica A. (Ricky) Jackson of Pennsylvania; 1 brother Napolean Bolding of Harrisburg, PA and 1 sister Rev. Eva Jackson of Lakewood, NJ as well as many other relatives and friends.
*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic following nationwide social distancing all services are private. We appreciate your understanding.*
2 thoughts on “Rev. Effie A. Jackson”
Pastor Reggie, April, Ricky,
My heart broke when i heard of Sis. Effie’s passing. She loved me, understood me, and carried me in prayer for over 40 years.
I have her voice on a voicemail message that she left and i will cherish that message forever. Please know that i love you all and will continue to hold you up in prayer.
Love Cynthia Rejoyce Lindsey
1 Cor. 15:58 ”
Speaking for the Dekle and Miller families. Our hearts are saddened to hear of Sister Jackson’s passing. She, Rev Jackson and the girls are more like family than friends. We do believe she is resting in the arms of Christ her Savior and smiling with our Moms and other Saints. Peace and comfort to Pastor Reggie, the girls, other relatives; and of course, the beloved members of Glad Tidings Tabernacle of Vauxhall.
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