OBITUARY

Jackson Philip Strickland Jr.

November 13, 1937January 12, 2021

Jackson Phillip Strickland, Jr. passed away January 12, 2021 at Acosta Rua Hospice Center in Jacksonville, FL.

He was native of Jacksonville and son of the late Jack and Elizabeth Strickland. Jack was a member and past elder of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. He had been involved in the family business, Jack Strickland Heating/AC, since the age of 16, which his father founded in 1948. Jack was on the JEA Board, involved in West Duval Jaycees, NE Florida A/C Contractors Association and NE Florida Building Association Apprentice Program.

Jack is survived by wife of 63 years Linda B. Strickland; son Michael Strickland; brother William O. “Bill” Strickland and wife Faye; two grandchildren Christine and Tyer Strickland and wife Azia Lynne; six great-grandchildren Haley Meanyhan, David Meanyhan, Josh Meanyhan, Kelsey Strickland, Jackson Strickland and Jude Strickland; two nieces Diana Strickland and Donna Strickland.

Bless all the staff at Memorial Hospital, Acosta Rua Hospice Center and Heritage Crossing for taking such good care of him.

A memorial service will be held January 28, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. in the chapel of Hardage-Giddens Riverside Memorial Park and Funeral Home, 7242 Normand Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32205 with Marc Jones officiating.

Please leave words of comfort and condolences for the family on our online guest register at www.hgriversidefuneralhome.com

Services

28 January

Celebration of Life

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Hardage-Giddens, Riverside Memorial Park and Funeral Home

Buckman Room

7242 Normandy Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32205

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Theresa Bookout

January 19, 2021

Linda and Michael,

We loved Jack so much. He brightened our lives so much especially
when he visited us in NC. We all had so much fun. I remember him saying even if he got as far as Columbia, SC and he heard it was snowing in NC, he would turn around and go back. He and I always had the thing going about the snow cone stand in Kings Mountain, and the lack of stop lights. Mike remembers all the summers he came to Florida and worked for Jack. He really loved Jack.

You and Michael are in our thoughts and prayers.

Love To You Both,

Mike and Theresa

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY