Dr. Noel W. Jackson joined the Rotary Club of Trenton in 2004.  He was club president 2012-2013 and the club received the Hedke award.  Noel embraced the alter ego of “Captain Rotary” as he believes in the power of Rotary to make the world a better place, with ordinary people doing extraordinary things.  Noel received a COG award, is a Major Donor, a Benefactor, and a member of the Paul Harris Society.

Noel greatly enjoys Rotary and takes advantage of the wonderful opportunities it offers!  With Rotary, he has traveled to Nicaragua, Haiti, Ethiopia, India, Ghana, and Tanzania engaging in a variety of projects as well as providing dental care and instruction.   Noel greatly enjoys the International Conventions and has attended six to date.  He enjoys people and making friends all over the world and especially enjoys the fact that District 6400 is an international district and allows him many Canadian friends!

Noel obtained his DDS degree from the University of Detroit in 1979 and he has thousands of continuing education hours, earning both the Fellowship and Mastership awards of the Academy of General Dentistry.  His office is in Trenton, Michigan and he has two fellow dental partners.  The office has 23 employees and they strive to create high quality, gentle, caring dentistry!  Noel serves as a mentor for younger dentists and enjoys teaching and engaging young people interested in the field of dentistry.  His passion for people and dentistry is constant.

Noel and wife Debbie were married in 1973 and have three children- Erin. Noel David, and Luna.

Their many talents vary and diverge and they are all kind, good hearted, global citizens.  Debbie and Noel also have twin grandsons, Jacob and Jackson, age 10.  Debbie was a special education teacher and worked with children with Autism and currently engages with young people through her position as administrator of Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center (DYPAC).  Noel is the founding  president of DYPAC and has also served on the boards of several local non-profits, the DDA, the local Chamber, the Trenton Business Association and other civic committees   He strongly believes in being involved and supporting one’s community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

You may see Noel in a costume, a crazy suit, or as Captain Rotary jumping out of an airplane to raise funds for Polio.   In every aspect of life, he enjoys having fun and making people feel comfortable