Jackie Janelle Garrett • February 28, 2019

Jackie Janelle Garrett, 85, passed on to her heavenly home on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Jackie was born on January 21, 1934 in Henryetta, Oklahoma and moved to Pensacola 55 years ago. She is preceded in death by her parents Calvin and Martha Livesay and her seven brothers and two sisters. She is survived by her daughter, Leah (Tommy) Braddock and son, Jonathan (Tanya) Garrett, grandchildren Jordan, Cain, Miles and Aiden Garrett and sister Nowasa Tavel.

Jackie was a faithful member of Victory Assembly of God in Cantonment, Florida and was dearly loved by her church family. She was a phone operator in her younger years and went on to become a beautician; owning her own hair salon called 21st Century Hair Stylists. She enjoyed cooking, taking care of the elderly and spending time with all her family, especially her grandchildren. She loved the Lord and prayed for anyone in need.

Services will be held at Victory Assembly of God in Cantonment, Florida on March 4, 2019. Visitation will be at 11:00 am and the service will follow at 12:00 pm. Interment will follow at Pensacola Memorial Gardens.

A special thanks to Covenant Care Hospice at Sacred Heart Hospital for the excellent care they provided for our mother/grandmother.

  1. Kimberly Morrison says:

    Our mommas are together with our Lord. Love you Leah.

  2. Marcia Whigham says:

    Aunt Jackie gave me and my sisters the greatest gift possible. She taught us how to pray and love the Lord. I will always be grateful to have had her in my life. She had such a funny sense of humor and could keep you laughing over some of the smallest of things. She always gave of herself to others and helped a lot of people along their way in life no matter what their life problems would be. Thank you Aunt Jackie!

  3. Lori Siders says:

    I have fond memories of Aunt Jackie. She was always teaching Leah and me Bible songs when we were just little girls. Rest in peace Aunt Jackie.

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