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Richard Lowe & Donna Sherman

We first met Jack, Robin, Katie & Mary at a special wedding in Colorado. The wonderful Meg married my son Darren Lowe. They are all such special people. Lots of fun & fond memories. One of the many highlights of the evening was Jack & Meg dancing to the Father Daughter wedding dance. Jack had some moves! Our sincere condolences to the family. We love you all Richard Lowe & Donna Sherman

Julie White

To Meg and her family, so very sorry for the loss for you Dad. I met your Dad during your wedding weekend in Winter Park. He was all smiles and very happy to be sharing that special time with you. My heartfelt condolences to you all. Julie

Lee Harrington

I met Jack at Wofford College and we stayed in touch for years. We were neighbors in Greenville, SC and spent many hours on the basketball court or during shared dinners. After he met Robin, I became sort of the third wheel. The countless weekends in Greenville and Columbia are fond memories. I will miss my brother. All my love to Robin and family.

Matthew Edelman

Condolences to the family on Jack's death. I know him from Florida National Bank days and we became friends. He was such a nice guy and was a great person. I know that family was very important to him. Remember all of the good times and keep him in your thoughts as I will.

Rozie Rosenbaum (Goldstein)

I am so saddened to hear about this. I have known Jack since elementary school and he was a special person. I know he will be missed. Sincerely, Rozie Rosenbaum (Goldstein)

Louis Dean

I first met Jack (and Robin) through his younger sister, Peggy, whom I was soon to marry. The Mizell family graciously welcomed me into the fold. Jack and I became good friends and we shared countless times together at parties or ball games. Jack, Katie & Meg were fortunate because Robin is a superb cook. Jack was a man of integrity and an American patriot. More than a brother in law, he was also a trusted and reliable friend. He will be missed. Heartfelt condolences to Robin, Katie, Meg and his wonderful sister, Mary.

Bill and Tina Castro

We first met Jack when he bought the house across the street in Lake Mandarin. He was outside edging his yard with a manual edger. I approached him and offered my gas edger, and the rest is history. Our families would get together on Friday nights for some light partying. The kids would play while the adults had a few beers, played Hearts (the girls always won) and/or discussed the current state of affairs. On Saturdays we would watch Jack’s beloved Gators and keep track of the various football teams that were listed in neighborhood football pool. We both moved out of Lake Mandarin about the same time and slowly lost touch. Anyone who knew Jack liked him. He was a warm caring person loved by all. My thoughts and prayers are with Jack and his family, God Bless.

Stephen Parker

Jack was my roommate and fellow infantry officer while we were stationed in Ft Gordon in Augusta,Georgia during the Vietnam War. He was ordered to Korea in the 2nd Infantry Division and I quickly followed him there near the DMZ. I will always remember our hilarious stories while serving there.


I have so many great memories of Jack and Robin raising our daughters in high school and college. He was a special kind man.


I have so many great memories of jack and robin raising our daughters in high school and college. He was a special kind man .

Pat and Peter Ting

We met Robin 20 years ago on a Tauck tour to Yellowstone National Park. A few years later we met Jack when we visited Jacksonville on a business trip. He was a generous host. Jack and Robin have become wonderful and caring friends. In 2018 we vacationed together on an unforgettable paddlewheel trip down the Columbia and Snake rivers tracing Lewis and Clark's expedition in 1805. We will fondly remember Jack's laughter, his sense of humor, and his generosity. Our heartfelt condolences to his beloved family.

Robyn, Sonny and Rocket Rein

There are no words to express how sad we are that Jack has left us. We are so honored and blessed to have had the opportunity to get to know Jack and spend time with him. He was a special man and will be missed by so many including our Rocket who loved him dearly. Sending our love and prayers to all of you.

Moses Meide,Jr

Jack and I have been friends since the eighth grade at Landon Jr-Sr HighSchool. We also roomed together our freshmen year at Wofford College.Jack was always a good storyteller and will be missed. God Bless Robin and her family.

Tom Thrailkill

I met Jack at Camp Carolina in the western NC mountains and we reconnected at Wofford College. He was a great friend for many years.

Dickie Myers

Jack was my fraternity brother and intramural teammate at Wofford. Always a fun loving guy.He will be missed by many. His Florida Gator and Army stories are legendary. Prayers for Robin and their family

Jackson Mizell, Jr.


Jackson Mizell, Jr., 76, of Jacksonville, Florida, passed away peacefully on July 10, 2023. Jackson, fondly known as Jack, was born to Jackson and Callie Rushing Mizell in 1947, in Fernandina Beach, Florida. A sixth generation Floridian, Jack attended Hendricks Avenue Elementary. He was in the last graduating class of Landon High School where he was an athlete and played football. He was a graduate of Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina with a B.A. in Economics, and was an active member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and ROTC program.

Jack proudly received his commission to officer in the United States Army, ultimately serving during the Vietnam era in Korea as a 1st Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry and assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division. As an infantry officer, he was deployed to the DMZ. Jack served as a Civil Affairs Staff Officer for the 3rd Brigade of the Second Infantry Division.

After his army service, Jack embarked on a financial banking career that began in Greenville, South Carolina. It was in Columbia, South Carolina, where Jack met the love of his life, Robin Hadden. They later moved to Jacksonville, Florida to start their family, and Jack continued his banking career for the next three decades.

Jack is survived by his wife, Robin, of 47 years and their two daughters, Katherine Mizell Evans and her husband, Chad, and Margaret McCall Mizell and her husband, Darren Lowe; his sister, Mary McCall Mizell; two grandchildren, Riley and Emery Evans. He is preceded in death by his parents, his sister, Margaret Mizell Dean, and brother, Robert Powell Mizell.

A memorial service will be held in Bosque Bello Cemetery (1321 N. 14th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034) on July 22, 2023 at 11am. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave. Floor 17 Chicago, IL 60601.


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