APOSTLE WALTER AND MARGARET JACKSON

  • Posted: Sunday, November 24, 2013 12:01 a.m.

APOSTLE WALTER lee AND MARGARET JACKSON, sr. Apostle Walter Lee Jackson Sr. and Mrs. Margaret Woods Jackson celebrated their 55th Wedding anniversary on Saturday November 23, 2013. The Jackson's were married on November 23, 1958 at Refuge Church, Congress Street, Charleston, SC, where Mrs. Jackson's father, Elder Archie Woods, (deceased) pastored. Apostle Jackson is one of the twelve Apostles of the Church Of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Apostolic Faith, Inc. He is the Pastor of Greater Refuge Temple in Charleston, and is also the pastor of Refuge Temple St. Stephen in St. Stephen, S.C. Pastor Jackson resigned from the Charleston Naval Shipyard; Mrs. Jackson retired from the Charleston Veterans Administration Hospital, where she worked in the Operating Room. The Jackson's have taken a trip to her birth place, New York City, NY, for their Anniversary. Their children are Dr. Sheryl J. Johnson (Nathan), Mr. Walter Lee Jackson, Jr. (deceased). Tammie, Mrs. Karen J Smith, Mr. Terrance Jackson, deceased and Mr. Archie D. Jackson. They are blessed with (11) Grandchildren Monique, Neah, Nathan (deceased), Reginald II, Walter III, Latoya, Janear, Angela, Brian, Sherilyn, and Aunastasia, (17) great grandchildren; Tymon, Zion, Travion, Patrick, Margaret, Neah, William, Brandacy, Brandon, Reginald III, Jayla, Jamison, Zyaire, Dominick, Marlena Trinity and David. To God Be The Glory! Happy 55th Wedding Anniversary! 1958 2013

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