Jackie Dewayne Skinner was born in Dallas, Texas, on Aug. 28, 1961.


He is preceded in death by his mother Joyce Brewer, sister Opal Graham and sister Joann Copeland.


He is survived by his wife Julie Skinner, sons Jackie Skinner Jr.(Jay) and wife, Michelle, Jeff Smith and wife, Kylie, and Cody Skinner; grandchildren, Trey, Desiree, Jaxon, Chance, Carter, Jeremiah, Gage, Lexi and Azaela; brother Bobby Kennimer and wife, Lavanda, brother Eugene Skinner and wife, Jayne, and sister Rhonda Kennimer; brother Steve Skinner and wife, Kim, and many nieces and nephews; Grace and CoCo.


Jackie was so many things to so many people. Loving father, grandfather and brother. Friend, uncle, golf buddy, brother in Christ, the best plumber in the world and most of all, the one I gave my heart to. He loved me like Jesus does and never denied me anything.


He loved the Lord and proudly displayed it through his big generous heart, bright smile, his leadership, his friendship and love for all who were a part of his life. His motorcycle was his pride and joy and he used it to spread God’s word to those who so desperately needed to hear it. Our motorcycle ministry not only allowed us to minister to others but brought us a family that we never expected. I am so thankful for all of them. He loved them all like brothers and sisters.


No words can express how much he will be missed but never forgotten.


If you feel led to make a donation you may do so in Jackie’s name to the Kings Trail Cowboy Church Motorcycle Ministry or any other that is close to your heart.


Funeral services for Jackie will be held at 10:30 a.m. March 20, 2020 at the Kings Trail Cowboy Church, located at 498 Bethel Cannon Road, Whitewright, Texas 75491 with Pastor Jason Norton officiating. Pallbearers will be Jackie Skinner Jr. (Jay), Jeff Smith, Bobby Kennimer, Colby Wadley, John Purcell, Michael Allen, Patrick Mygrants, Red Dodge and honorary pallbearer will be Cody Skinner. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. March 19, 2020 at Scoggins Funeral Home.