Jackson  D. Smith

smith, jackson DeWayne picEvangelist, husband, father, grandfather, and friend to many, Jackson DeWayne Smith from Edmond, Oklahoma passed away on the evening of Tuesday, July 8th. Jack was born on April 24th, 1942 in Clinton Oklahoma.

He attended Midwest City High School and graduated from Metro School of ministry and proceeded to become an evangelist who traveled the world to share the love of Christ for the remainder of his life.

Jack is survived by his wife Betty Smith and children, David Smith and Kayla Spears along with their families. He was known by friends and family for his tireless energy when it came to serving the Lord, and leading the souls of thousands to Christ.

His viewing will be open to the public from 3-8 p.m., Saturday, July 12th at Matthews Funeral Home located at 601 S. Kelly Edmond, Oklahoma 73003 and his Memorial Service will be held at Waterloo Road Baptist Church located at 3100 E. Waterloo Rd. Edmond, Oklahoma 73034 on Monday, July 14th at 10:00 a.m.

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  1. Dear Betty and members of the Smith family,

    I was sorry to hear about Jack’s death. I like what one man said. He said that we should not say that a Christian died but that he lifed. And that is certainly true of Jack. He is enjoying such joy and abundant life as we cannot imagine. May the Lord raise up other men who love Jesus and love souls like Jack did. I appreciate his heart for evangelism and the wonderful ways that the Lord used him.

    May the Lord give you comfort and strength during these days.

    In Christ,

    Blake Western

  2. Betty,
    Jack was a great soul winner and heaven is where he wanted the world to go. He will be missed by all of us.
    Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted.

  3. Sympathy from Mandeville, LA,
    Sending our prayers and sympathy to our neighbors, Muriel Hudson and Kathy Young. Special prayers to Betty Smith, sister of our own Muriel Hudson. May God bless and keep the entire family during this time of loss.

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