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Jacquelyn Rountree Mixon(September 20, 1938- March 11, 2022)

Jacquelyn Rountree Mixon(September 20, 1938- March 11, 2022)

Visitation Date:   Friday, March 18th, 2022 
Visitation Time:  5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Visitation Location: Golden’s Funeral Home Inc., 210 N, Pennsylvania Ave, Winter Park, Fl.,   32789
Viewing will be held at 10:00 to 12:00 noon on Saturday, March 19th, 2022

***Service to start immediately follow viewing***

Service Date:       Saturday, March 19th, 2022
Service Time:       12:00 PM – 2:00PM
Service Location:Tabernacle of the Enlightened Church of God, Inc., 1097 Broome St., Orlando, FL.,  32811
Hello everyone. My name is Phil and I will be handling the production for Ms. Mixon. Here is the link for the service for Ms. Jacquelyn Rountree  Mixon. The video is set for Saturday, March 19th at 11:45. The service will start at 12pm. 
Also, After the service, the recorded video will be in this google drive folder below. So check the folder shortly afterward if you would like to download the video in full
***Interment to be held at Washington Park Cemetery, 2600 Bruton Blvd., Orlando FL., 32811***


Mrs. Jacquelyn Bradshaw Rountree Mixon:

On September 20th 1938 was born a precious baby girl to proud parents, Mr. Herbert Bradshaw and Eloise Bowden Bradshaw. Also born to this union was another precious baby girl, Jacquelyn’s younger sister who is known today as Mrs. Phyllis Bradshaw Leonard. They grew up together being raised by their father, mother, grandmothers, Claudia Bradshaw, Lena Bowden and other loving family members. Jacquelyn and Phyllis were very close as sisters and always had love for each other, a love that could never be broken. As Jacquelyn grew she had a strong drive to achieve and a passionate desire of being the best in everything she attempted to do, even at a young age. Jacquelyn attended Jones High School where She received a first place trophy in swimming and in diving in 1956. She also attended Texas College, Bethune-Cookman College and UCF.  She was the first chair trumpet player at Jones High School and at Bethune-Cookman College. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in music at Bethune-Cookman College and at UCF she received her Master’s in education. 

In June of 1957 she married Mr. Rudolph V. Rountree and had 4 children: Chere’, Priscilla, Stephanie and Rudolph Rountree II. She established a music program at Carver Junior High and taught second grade at Webster Elementary and Aloma Elementary. In her 30’s she found out that her biological dad was Daniel Chappie James Junior an American Tuskegee Airmen, the first black four star general.

Many years later she became a member of the Bible School IDMR and later married the State Dean Dr. Edward Mixon. After his Death, Jacquelyn was appointed as IDMR Florida State Dean. She and her traveling friend Catherine Mayer visited all the schools In Florida and schools in other states. She preached to many people, counseled them and was used by the Heavenly Yahweh Elohim thru his son Yahshua the Messiah to even heal some people.

In 2016 she became a book author, writing and publishing her first book called “Farmer Jack’s Grove” introducing the book character “Little Butter”.

Many years went by and on March 11, 2022 the father Yahweh thru Yahshua called Jacquelyn home. Where she is now, in Eternal Peace, Joy and Happiness with all the Righteous Angels.

And as Dr. Jacquelyn Bradshaw Rountree Mixon would always say: All Honor and Praise goes to our Heavenly Father Yahweh Elohim thru Yahshua the Messiah. HALLELUYAH !!!!

Dr. Jacquelyn is survived by: Chere’, Priscilla, Stephanie and Rudolph II

Also her Grandchildren: Gabrielle, Benjamin, Sarah, Steven, Daniel, Brian and a Host of great grandchildren and other family members.




  • Michael Lusk Posted March 16, 2022 4:39 pm

    Dr. Jacquelyn Mixon was one of the most knowledgeable and beautiful woman inside and out that I have ever known. Her knowledge of her creator that she shared with me and many others will forever be etched in my heart and mind.. Being a true servant of Yahweh she has received her crown. My family and I send our love to the family. Halleluyah.

  • Janice D Golphin Posted March 18, 2022 1:40 am

    Deepest Sympathy to the Roundtree/ Mixon family
    Jackie will be TRUELY MISSED.⚘

  • Deshawn Posted March 18, 2022 5:25 am

    Dr. Mixon has been my sister’s Mother-in-Law for over 25 years. During the times that I have met her I always felt that I was in the presence of a phenomenal women. But, it was not until I read her obituary that I truly realized how phenomenal she was because her family is so humble. I am in awe of her.

  • Gregory James Posted March 18, 2022 5:21 pm

    ” my God mother, spiritual mother during my journey in the ministry ” thank you so much mother , your inspiration to my life going on” you, will be missed , I will continue on, peace and love in yah ” our saviour.

  • Winifred Craighead Posted March 18, 2022 6:52 pm

    Iremember my first class attending the class of Yahseh when dr mixon preach. the gospil law and proffits. I mean i couldñot come home after hering. The first. Class that was preach that day the mixon family i vited me and. Kay thomson in thei.r homo such. Love was shown to us they showed us all the classes all over florida we stay for a week learing about yahweh and yahshua and the pattern first love of yahweh and theffillmement o yahshua i am know inthe RhodeIsland oi have benn i n class inclass for 37 years ah is my my home i love. the whole mixon family thankyou yahshua. For our paths crossings yoou are with Yawehthe place yahshua prepair for you

  • Nila nayee Posted March 18, 2022 8:36 pm

    Our heartfelt condolences to Rudy and the entire Roundtree and Mixon families . You are in our thoughts and prayers .

  • Birget Cordis Posted March 19, 2022 9:00 am

    Dr Mixon has touched my life and that of my son Christopher in a profound manner. She exudes grace, dignity and truth as she walks the floor in class preaching Yahweh’s gospel. Dr Mixon’s testimonies and teaching were delivered with such clarity and simplicity that even a child could comprehend.
    She holds a special place in our hearts and will be missed. We know that she is with Father Yahweh Elohim Yahshau Messiah-her mission here is completed.

    We lift all of the family, friends, and sons up in prayers….through Yahshau Messiah HalleluYah!

  • Patrick Bell Posted March 19, 2022 2:28 pm

    I had the opportunity to meet Mrs Mixon and she was always a pleasure to be around. She would always joke with me and that filled my heart with joy. Her smile was always captivating to get your attention. Mrs. Mixon will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Thank you Patrick Bell

  • Lain😘 Posted March 20, 2022 6:08 pm

    I loved her, and I will miss her dearly! I’m thankful to Yahweh Elohim Yahshua for the many years I have been blessed to know her and for her being in my life the way she was. Phenomenal women that was her. Peace in Yahshua💞

  • Lisa H Posted March 21, 2022 3:22 am

    Words cannot express how we feel. You took our breath away when you secretly left us. I didn’t know that it would be 24 hrs after we spoke, that it would be our last goodbye. You are in Yahshua and his glory and what better gift to receive. Thanks for being an excellent example of obedience in this teaching. It just don’t feel the same without you being a call away. Loving you always mammy❤️🙏🏽

  • Cha’Sani Mike Posted March 21, 2022 9:50 pm

    One of the most powerful women I’ve ever met!! One who truly had a passionate sincere love for the teaching!! May you rest in the heavenly arms of Yahweh Elohim through his son Yahshua!! HalleluYAH!!

  • Anthony Troy Williams Posted November 15, 2022 7:32 pm

    I knew her as Mom. She took my understanding of Yahweh to a whole new level and I’m eternally grateful to Yahshua in her. I regret I wasn’t able to see her and share with her what Yahshua showed me about her. I will share it with the brethren who knew and loved her so they can rejoice also in what Yahweh has revealed unto be about her. You will forever be in my heart mom.

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