Jacqueline Page - RIP

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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By Louise "Mickey" Head (Cidaa1) on Saturday, January 09, 2010 - 04:56 pm:  Edit

Although Jackie isn't in the Gold Book at this time, friends will recall that Hal was a member of the CID Class that graduated in February 1968. He served in the Photo Division of USACILs at Ft Gordon and in Frankfurt. He was a long time member of the CIDAA and had attended a number of meetings with Jackie. They last attended the 2002 meeting in Metairie, LA. I can provide POC for the family. Please email me CIDAA1@comcast.net Thanks, Mickey

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By CIDAA1 (Unregistered Guest) on Saturday, January 09, 2010 - 01:51 pm:  Edit

February 16, 1938 - January 8, 2010
Jacqueline “Jackie” Page, 71, of Little Rock, died peacefully on January 8, 2010 at the Arkansas Hospice Inpatient Center in Little Rock. Jackie was born in Strasbourg in the Alsace-Lorraine Region of France and lived there during WWII. After the American soldiers liberated her hometown, Jackie and her family moved to Luxembourg City, Luxembourg where in 1958 she met and later married her soul mate and lifelong partner, Hal Page who was a US Marine stationed at the US Embassy. After a romantic honeymoon in Paris and a brief assignment in Switzerland, Hal brought his young bride home to California. Jackie became a naturalized US citizen and a devoted military wife and mother.

Jackie was a thoughtful and generous person who put the needs of her family and friends above her own. She was also described as a most gracious and welcoming hostess to any of her guests, and greeted strangers with kindness and respect. Jackie’s Christian faith sustained her through the loss of her soul mate, and continued to give her strength to face her own illness. She was the first to volunteer for anything that would bring comfort to others, including helping at her church’s food pantry ministry, prayer ministry, and delivering food and running errands for homebound friends.

Jackie was predeceased by her husband Harold “Hal” Page (13 August 2008), and parents Nicolas and Yvonne Kuffer-Fichter and a great nephew, Harrison Tarter. She is survived by her son Daniel “Dan” Page and daughter-in-law Margaret, grandchildren Logan and Katie, of Rowlett, Texas; daughter Diane Harper and son-in-law Jim of Little Rock; son Jack Page and daughter-in-law Kelly, grandchildren Benjamin and Marley of Maumelle; brother Daniel Fichter and sister- in-law Gabrielle of Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, Europe; brother-in-law Edward Page and his wife Ching of Los Angeles; sister-in-law Joy Hicks and her husband Rick of Dry Prong, Louisiana; niece Nathalie Barnes and family in Panama, Central America; niece Tania Nevelos and family of Manila, Philippines; niece Page Jacqueline Tarter and family of Dry Prong, Louisiana; nephews Micah and Jason Page; and her son Dan’s beloved mother-in-law Rose Lipscomb of England, Arkansas. Additionally, she has loved and is loved by a host of “cousins” and church family from the Believer’s Sunday school class and congregation of First Christian Church.

The funeral service will be at 10:AM, Monday, 11 January 2010 at First Christian Church with Reverend Kevin Robbins and Reverend Hart Moore officiating. Interment will be at Pinecrest Memorial Park.

The family will receive friends at Roller-Chenal Funeral Home (501)224-8300 from 2: until 4:PM, Sunday, 10 January 2010.

Memorials may be made to: The Food Pantry, c/o First Christian Church, 1500 N. Mississippi, Little Rock, AR 72207 or Arkansas Hospice, 5600 W 12th St, Little Rock, AR 72204.

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