Jacquelyn Ruth Thompson

November 5, 1958 - June 29, 2023
Jacquelyn Ruth Thompson

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Jacquelyn Thompson, a beloved mother, sister, and friend, passed away on June 29, 2023, in Hudson, Florida at the age of 64. Born on November 5, 1958, in Nashville, Tennessee, Jacquelyn touched the lives of those around her with her kind heart and dedication to her work.  Jacquelyn pursued a career as a Program Director, where she made a lasting impact through her commitment and passion for her profession. Her tireless efforts and ability to connect with others left an indelible mark on the lives she touched.  Jacquelyn will be deeply missed by all who knew her. She is preceded in death by her father, John Haggard, and her mother, Gwendolyn Redford. Though her passing leaves a void in the hearts of her loved ones, they find solace in knowing that she will forever be remembered for her unwavering love and support.  Surviving family and friends will continue to cherish the memories shared with Jacquelyn and hold her close in their hearts. As they navigate this difficult time, the warmth and kindness she showed to others will serve as a beacon of light, reminding everyone of the impact she had on their lives.

The loss of Jacquelyn Thompson leaves a void that cannot be filled, but her legacy lives on through the memories she created and the love she shared. May she rest in eternal peace.

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  • August 12, 2023
    Dorissa Drury Martin says:
    Jacque brought so many smiles to many children at Freedom Elementary in Deland. I was blessed to have her as my right hand assistant for several years. I will always be thankful for her support and love. See you again one day my friend!

  • August 09, 2023
    Kaye McKinney says:
    Jacque and her family were members of FUMC of Deltona where we attended church. Jacque always had a smile on her face and was quick witted. She was a great friend and supported me during difficult times. I am comforted that she knew the Lord. I am keeping Barry, Steven and Jenna in my prayers as well.

  • July 24, 2023
    Norma McConnell says:
    I only had the pleasure of meeting Jackie two or three times at church and she attended the Bible study two times. What I remember most about her and that sticks in my mind even today was the gentleness that I felt every time I was around her. Such a gentle and beautiful spirit. God walked with her on this Earth and he now carried her home. And we will all see her again one day and once again we will get to enjoy that beautiful smile and spirit that she always had. Rest in peace my beautiful sister in Christ

  • July 18, 2023
    Deedie Parker says:
    Even though the miles separated us, we were able to stay in touch with social media. I will always cherish the many memories we made and all the laughs we had. May you rest in peace with those friends and family who passed before you. Until we meet again....

  • July 18, 2023
    Cindy Almond says:
    I will always remember Jacque's smile. She always made the room light up with her beautiful smile and made everyone around her smile too. Now Heaven is brighter, because they are Blessed with Jacque and her smile. RIP my friend.

  • July 17, 2023
    Marjorie Thompson says:
    She was a special person and so well thought of. She will be missed

  • July 17, 2023
    Jay Monson says:
    Our deepest condolences

  • July 17, 2023
    Jessica says:
    Aunt Jacque you are in pretty much every memory of my childhood. Lost my first tooth with you on our drive to Tennessee to meet Great Grandpa. I really never thought this day would ever come. RIP

  • July 17, 2023
    Harold Newberry says:
    Prayers for you Barry and the family 🙏

  • July 17, 2023
    Kathy Chludzinski says:
    In loving memory: Jackie brought immense joy and warmth to every gathering. Her genuine kindness and hospitality made us feel cherished and welcomed. We have vivid memories of her infectious laughter and her ability to create a sense of togetherness wherever she went. Her presence illuminated the room, and her absence will forever be felt.