|Birth: ||Mar. 13, 1950|
|Death: ||May 31, 1998|
My step mother Jackie worked 2 and 3 jobs at a time to take care of her 2 children that she loved so much.
A very lovable and fun person to be around. Always had so much energy, standing only 4 foot 10, she was a pack of dynomite!!! Strong willed and so thoughtfull of others.
Her fried chicken was just too good for words, this woman could cook and she kept a very clean house. I remember cooking different things with her and one time we spent all day making homemade noodles, does anybody even do that now a days??? They were all over the place, over the kitchen chairs, wherever you looked they were hanging all over the place. We had so much fun and they tasted great when they were all done!!!!!
Jackie is an identical twin to Jerry whom passed away far to soon also, only 30 days after Jackie.
Jackie passed away at 48 years old due to fluid that started in her back and quickly made its way to her brain.
Leaving behind her two children,
Antoinette P. Rose (Biauce), (Angel)of Tennessee
Alexander L. Biauce II of Tennessee ( birth Nov. 10-1972 death March 11-2003)
Her mother Audrey Reiger of Michigan,
Her step children who love her dearly
Grandchildren at the time of her death,
Shadow and Santana Rose of Tennessee
James and Caleb Biauce of Tennessee
Carole Reeve of Kentucky
Jessica Biauce of Michigan
Joshua and Nicholas Biauce of Michigan
Jackie never got the chance to meet her other grandchildren that she had by her son Alexander but I know her, she is sending so much love to them from the beautiful heavens. Devon Biauce of Tennessee and Savanah Biauce of Tennessee.
Also leaving behind brothers and sisters,
Twin sister Jerry of Ohio
Pam of Michigan
Tom Rieger of Florida
Albert Rieger of Michigan
Robert of Michigan
Jackie loved her dogs and she also loved Snoopy.
You were so very special to us and a great part of our lifes!!!!! Forever Loved, Always Cherrished
****A Special Thank You With All My Love for visiting my step mother and taking the beautiful photos for her memorial page and for the lovely grave blankets, you are so very dear to me.
Created by: With Love, Colette
Record added: Jun 22, 2005
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