Jacqueline Juanette Johnson Nichols was born on November 29, 1948 in Nashville, Tennessee to the union of Rhuel Enable and Lorenzo Nathan Johnson. She accepted the call from her Savior to rise to her heavenly home on Tuesday, March 14, 2023.
Missionary Jacqueline Juanette Nichols accepted Christ at an early age and united with Pentecostal Tabernacle (Cathedral of Praise COGIC). She was educated in Metro Nashville Public School Systems, graduating from Haynes High School. She continued her education by attending and graduating from the University of Memphis in 1999.
Jacqueline was united in Holy Matrimony to Elder William Howard Nichols Jr. on February 3, 1968. This union was blessed with 55 years of marriage to each other and four beautiful children. "They have built a life together that honored God and was an example to not only their children but other saints.
Jacqueline was proud to have held the position as the first Church Secretary at Pentecostal Tabernacle. Her other employment includes; South Central Bell (14 years), University of California San Diego, San Pasqual Academy as a grandparent for 10 years, The Witness Project, and Fifty Forward. She enjoyed being a health advocate, community service, cooking, sewing, Singing and playing the piano alongside her husband in the nursing home ministry and mostly spending time with her precious family.
Jacqueline was preceded in death by her parents, Rhuel Enable and Lorenzo Johnson, sons, Jerry Lorenzo and Eric David Nichols, siblings, Mary Boyd, Jonathan “Joe” and David E. “Sonny” Johnson.
She leaves to cherish her memories her loving and devoted husband, Elder William H. Nichols, children, Timothy Howard (Carol) Nichols, Dr. Erika (Eric) Henderson, grandchildren, Jasmine (Darren) Lynch, Brianna, Tierenee, Tiffany, and Tyler Nichols, Whitney Deberry, Eric Henderson Jr., Frederick Henderson, great grandchildren, Mylan, Darren Jr., Elias, Brian, Nya, siblings, Brenda Covington, Christopher (Joyce) Johnson, sisters-in-law, Dorothy McCrady, Anna Bolling, Martha Hayes, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, fellow church members, other family, and friends.