Let the memory of Jacqueline be with us forever.
  • 81 years old
  • Born on August 25, 1937 in United States.
  • Passed away on January 8, 2019 in United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jacqueline Martino 82 years old , born on August 25, 1937 and passed away on January 8, 2019. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Susan Prophet on March 11, 2019
What a beautiful person both inside and out. Her smile and hugs radiated warmth and her love for her family was without limits. She led by example and continues to live on in her daughter and granddaughters. She is greatly missed!
Posted by Sally Martino on March 11, 2019
Because we shared a moment
Our Joy was greater
Our love was deeper
Our lives were fuller!
Memories of time spent together will always be deep in the recess of my heart.
Posted by Sarah Clancy on March 10, 2019
My mom, my best friend, my biggest cheerleader. Dancing in the kitchen, making me laugh, building a home full of love. Getting lost on skis laughing all the way, wiping my tears and holding on tight as I found my way. Your selfless love, always my shelter from the storm. I see us making pizza in your kitchen with the girls, our glasses full and laughter of course. There are so many memories so many ways you touched our lives and our hearts. There are no words to capture how much I miss you, so I carry you with me everywhere I go. I feel your hand on my heart, your laughter in my soul, and your love wrapped around me.
Posted by Peg Kline on March 9, 2019
My Jacque...My sister...my friend
As a child you saved up your money working at Gilbart's (down town dept. store) so you could buy Penny and I paper dolls. Always wanting to bring smiles to our faces...and that you have. We've shared so many precious times traveling, singing, playing golf, and loving our children and our husbands. We have shared millions of stories, ideas and recipes.
The Christmas in Falmouth as Pen, you and I danced, shopped, sang and read stories in your big bed. We were children again. These times will never be forgotten. 
Your caring, gentle heart was so full of love and unselfish concern for everyone. Such a gift! 
I was inspired by the care you gave Mike in his illness. The hours and days you spent praying for and spending time with Jay as he was taken from hospital to hospital.
Your beautiful example of love was seen in your "miracle baby" who you thoughtfully named Sarah. Also seen in your son-in-law Brian and oh those precious granddaughters who were your real treasures.
With all your health issues you always found time for others no matter the cost.
It was obvious that staying on the little "donkey" on your road to the stable was placed in Our Savior's hands. If I could have heard your prayers they would have been a plea to stay and be a part of all our precious people's lives but in your wisdom and your strong faith in God I know you would have asked for acceptance of His will. We too must asked for acceptance. We will miss that beautiful dimpled smile but only have to look at Natalie to see it. I will miss your guitar strumming "How Great Thou Art" and soft voice trying to keep me on tune.
You were a beautiful gentle Big sister with an amazing capacity to love.
Your little sister,
Posted by Penny Kissel on March 7, 2019
Jacque was a unique and wonderful person. She and I were able to share our lives with each other from the beginning of my life. Since she was a writer of poetry, she wrote Peggy and I a poem. The poem goes like this....It was not so very long ago when you were not so small. It was not so very long ago when you didn't talk at all. Just lying in that little crib at one end and the other saying not a single word except to cry for mother. So when you grew up tall together I learned it as a game to love two of you instead of one even though you looked the same. And this is exactly what she did loved us both with her truly loving heart. Thank you for all your love and caring for your little sisters Jacque. Loving and missing you forever. Penny

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