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Bishop Otis Mack Vickson
02/11/1950
09/13/2017
Bishop Otis Mack Vickson

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Bishop Otis Mack Vickson
Bishop Otis
Mack
Vickson

Service Schedule

09/29/2017
4:00 - 7:00 PM
Postell's Mortuary Chapel
811 North Powers Drive
Orlando, Florida
09/30/2017
1:00 PM
New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church
4201 W. Columbia Street
Orlando, Florida

Obituary

Bishop Otis Mack Vickson, Sr., 67, Of Kissimmee, FL transitioned from labor to reward on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. Bishop Vickson was born in Tifton, Georgia on February 11, 1950 to Otis Mack and Vernell Vickson. He was employed as an administrator in Non-profit services for several years. He also served in the United States Air Force. Bishop Vickson was a devoted father, brother and friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

He is survived by his loving and devoted son, Otis V. Douglas II; daughters, Iris Vickson, Shunnon Murray-Young, Lisa Mares; brothers, Lee (Kim) Vickson, Rocky Jackson, Victor Headley, Vernon Headley; sister, Catherine (Jack) Douglas; 10 grandchildren; and a host of other loving family and friends.

Visitation will be held on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 4-7PM at the mortuary. A service of Celebration will be held on Saturday, September 30, 2017, 1:00 P.M. at New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 4201 W. Columbia Street, Orlando. Bishop Vickson will be laid to rest beside his beloved wife, Dollie Myers-Vickson at Florida National VA Cemetery, Bushnell, FL.

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Dr. Tim Adams Th D
Created On: 09/24/2017 12:26:00

Bishop Otis Vickson was a very active Member of Many Community Organizations. Bishop Vickson was a member of the African American Council of Christian Clergy. He served as a member of the leadership group of the Florida National Black United Fund, and the Sponsoring Organization of the Young Blacks in Action.


Charlie smith
Created On: 09/22/2017 06:19:21

My sincere condolences for the lost pobower of your dear love one ,may fond memories and the hope of the resurrection fill your heart with Joyce with the hope of seening all those who has fallen asleep in death.


K. Hope
Created On: 09/19/2017 19:31:41

We're so sorry for your family's loss. I hope you all receive much support and comfort during this time. May God grant you strength as you reflect on the future hope he's given us. Revelation 21:3,4. Our thoughts are with your family.