|Death: ||Jul. 17, 2006|
Jacquelyn Elizabeth Endresen, 17 year old senior at Cinco Ranch High School tragically lost her life in a motor vehicle collision on Katy-Flewellen late Monday afternoon.
Jacque will be greatly missed by her parents, Jeff and Jen Endresen, and her brother Jake Endresen, who will be a junior this year at Cinco Ranch High School, and her long-time boyfriend and true love, Nick Hannes who will be a senior this year at Cinco Ranch High School.
Jacque was active in art and with her church group at Katy First United Methodist Church. She is known for her love of pirates, Peter Pan, and Tinkerbelle. She had a great and adventurous spirit and in her short life managed to exceed at school, prepare for college, make tons of close friends and create very deep friendships, find the Lord, discover true love, travel to Europe, and really celebrate life. She was absolutely the most unique and gifted young woman to any person blessed to know her. She was a great babysitter, she had a passion for kids, and she was known for being a pied-piper: everyone wanted to be with her, follow her, and be her friend.
Jacque was born in Long Beach, California in 1988 and has resided in Texas since 2002, attending Katy Schools. Her goals were to attend Corpus Christi A&M and study nursing; her mom was her role model.
Jacque is survived by her parents Jeff and Jen Endresen, her awesome brother Jake, her wonderful boyfriend Nick Hannes, her paternal grandparents Jim and Kathy Endresen and Howard and Janet Emery, her maternal grandmother Loetta Terry, her paternal great-grandparents Cleo and Mary Evans and Laverne Endresen. She will also be sadly missed by her aunts and uncles: Jaime Endresen, Josh Endresen and Jessica Small, Kellie and Russ Thorne, Scott and Robyn Greene, Michael Terry, and Vicki Terry; cousins Ally, Tanner, Kimmie, Jack, Maddie, Ariel, Trenten, and Alex; and many other extended family and friends.
Her family has planned a wake to celebrate Jacque's life on Thursday night at First United Methodist Church, 5601 Fifth Street, in Katy from 6-10 pm: we invite and welcome all family, friends, class-mates, teachers, and community members that wish to join in the celebration of her life and be with all of us Thursday night. Private Memorial Services will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Katy on Friday morning for family and close friends only, with barefoot graveside services to follow at Memorial Oaks Cemetery.
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