Bishop Harry Jackson Jr passed away on November 9, 2020. He was a Conservative pastor best-known as one of POTUS Donald Trump’s unofficial spiritual and evangelical advisers.
How did he die? Harry Jackson Jr’s cause of death is unknown at the time of writing but according to sources, he had been diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2005. He had also attended White House ‘superspreader’ events but had tested negative for COVID. However, he had been holding limited in-person sermons.
|Name||Harry Jackson Jr|
|Profession||Pastor; Business Executive|
|Education||Harvard Business School.|
10 Facts About Bishop Harry Jackson Jr
- Bishop Harry Jackson Jr was born in 1953 and was 66 years old at the time of his death in 2020 according to this source.
- He was survived by his wife, Rosalind Lott, and family. He got married to her on September 5, 2020. She is his second wife.
- Before this, he was married to Michele, they tied the knot in 1976 and they had been together for a while. It is unclear when they got divorced.
- Jackson passed away on November 9, 2020, in his home while asleep.
- Information about his children is not available in the media and public, he remained secretive when it came to his kids and rarely revealed the information to the media.
- Jackson grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and learned activism from his mother. He attended college and tried to become a football player but failed.
- After his unsuccessful football career, he became an executive at Republic Steel and also got into Harvard Business School. He had faith in religion but was not a passionate religious leader until the death of his father, Harry Jackson Sr.
- He decided to become a minister in the church. He was a part-time preacher and had a job at Corning Glass, the manufacturer of Gorilla Glass.
- Later, he became a full-time preacher and started preaching to his church members.
- He was a Conservative pastor and made it clear that he was against same-sex marriage and homosexuality as well as abortion. Due to his matching beliefs, he was one of POTUS Trump’s spiritual and evangelical advisors.