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Jacqueline (Marsh) Yeoman

19 mars , 194416 mai , 2019

Jacqueline Marsh Yeoman, age 75, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 16, 2019. She had been suffering from health complications due to breast cancer. A native of Pasadena, CA, she was the daughter of the late Dorothy Marsh of Lawrence, MA, and Robert Marsh of Kalispell, MT; and the younger sister of the late Roland Bradstreet Marsh.

Jackie is survived by her husband of 52 years, Mark Allen Yeoman; her son Matthew Scott Yeoman and wife, Mee Young, of Charlotte, NC; her daughter Joanna and husband, Gregg Byrd, of Dallas, TX; and grandchildren Isabel, Abby, Aiken, Henry, Anna Grace and Anna Sophia.

In Jackie’s childhood, the family moved several times as her father, a Cal Tech-educated electrical engineer and missile defense specialist, took positions with various defense contractors in California, Massachusetts, and Michigan before settling in Tucson, Arizona where she attended junior high school.

Some of Jackie’s most cherished childhood memories are horseback riding in the Catalina foothills of Tucson accompanied by her collie, Prince. At Catalina High School in Tucson, Jackie was cheerleader, Letterman Queen, and named best female athlete. Jackie studied elementary education at the University of Arizona where she was a member of the Delta Gamma. Upon graduation in 1966, Jackie married her husband, Mark, at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church in Tucson. Jackie and Mark then moved to Philadelphia, PA, where Jackie taught second grade in the Rose-Tree Media school district while Mark completed his studies at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine. They moved to Houston, TX, where the family lived for over 47 years, so that Mark could begin his residency in Cardiology at Baylor College of Medicine.

An accomplished tennis player and interior designer, Jackie had a passion for missions and teaching. She taught fourth and fifth grade Sunday school for over 30 years first at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and Bethel Church in Houston, TX.

Following Mark’s retirement, Mark and Jackie moved to Northern Mississippi to be near the families of Mark’s brothers, Scott and Steve Yeoman. The family has been living in Lee County and Pontotoc County while clearing land on Lake Lamar Bruce to build a home. Jackie has enjoyed spending her time in Mississippi with family, with the community at West Heights Baptist Church in Pontotoc, and with members of the Amish community.

A closed casket viewing will be held from 5PM-8PM on Friday, May 24. 2019, at Browning Funeral Home in Pontotoc, MS. The funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at West Heights Baptist Church with the Reverend David Hamilton officiating. The interment will be held following the funeral service at the West Heights Baptist Church cemetery adjacent to the sanctuary. A reception at the church fellowship hall will follow the interment. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Cancer Society.

Condolences may be offered at www.browningpontotoc.com

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  • Visitation vendredi, 24 mai , 2019
  • Funeral Service samedi, 25 mai , 2019

Souvenirs

Jacqueline (Marsh) Yeoman

Jody Rasplicka

25 mai , 2019

Dear Yeoman Family,

I got to know Jackie through our dear mutual friend, Betsy Marshall. I so appreciated Jackie's love for the Lord, her eye for beauty and her gracious spirit. She was intentional in what she said and how she approached life. I appreciated that she was not in a hurry but was keeping in step with the Spirit.

May the Lord bless you and keep you as you grieve this enormous loss.

Warmly in Christ,

Jody Rasplicka

Glenda Maraldo

24 mai , 2019

Doctor Yeoman,
Just wanted to extend our condolences and to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this painful time.
You're former patients,
Glenda Z. Maraldo & Amparo Franco

Jerry Fitz

21 mai , 2019

I was so very sorry to hear that Jackie had passed. May God give His comfort, peace and hope to all of you during this difficult time. Jerry Fitz

Karan Houghton

21 mai , 2019

Dr. Mark Yeoman,
We are so sorry for your loss.
" May the Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you;
the Lord lift up His countenance upon you and your family, and give you peace"

Sincerely,
Karan and Jim Houghton, Houston Texas

thomas grissom

21 mai , 2019

Sorry to hear of the passing of Jackie. We of this generation lived in the sweet spot. Jackie was one of the bright lights that you never forget.. She always seemed to me to know where she was headed and always had that special smile. Trust the family will rest in peace as her journey is near the end point. Best wishes from a fellow traveler along the way. Tom

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Sweeney

20 mai , 2019

Dear Dr. Yoeman,
Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved wife, Jacqueline. May you and your family find peace and comfort with the love you have for each other and the beautiful memories you all have of Jacqueline.
Sincerely,
Your former (and forever grateful) patients
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Sweeney

Alan Jarrett

20 mai , 2019

Dear Mark,

I was very saddened to hear about Jackie. As you know, You and I go back a long time and she was a patient of mine for many years. She never complained and always had a smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Alan Jarrett

Bobbie Wyrick

19 mai , 2019

Jackie was my best friend in high school. I loved going to her house where we would talk and laugh. Her cute mother and faithful dog would be there. Once, she even taught me how to properly put on nylon hose! We shared many fun times, especially in the summer when we would explore old Tucson and the beautiful desert. Even though our lives took us to different places, we remained in contact. We shared news of our families and lives. We enjoyed our Catalina class reunions and the fond memories. She shared her sweet faith and together we shared our love of the Lord and what He had come to mean. Even though her friends and family will miss her , I know that she is in the arms of her Savior. She was a beautiful Christian woman who meant so much to those who were lucky enough to have known her. I pray that God will comfort you with His love and peace in the days, weeks, and months to come.

Maureen Boyd

19 mai , 2019

Dear Yeomans,
I am so sad to know of your loss of your loving and kind Jackie. Howard found a second home when he met Joanna and was embraced by all of you including Jackie’s dear mother. Joanna, I am holding you close and wishing I could hug you right now. I send my love, compassion and prayers to all of you. I know that Jackie is at peace with Our Lord.

Ken Maniscalco

19 mai , 2019

With deepest sympathy Dr. Yeoman for the loss of your wife.

The Ken Maniscalco Family
Cypress,TX

DE LA FAMILLE

Biographie

Jacqueline Marsh Yeoman, age 75, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 16, 2019. She had been suffering from health complications due to breast cancer. A native of Pasadena, CA, she was the daughter of the late Dorothy Marsh of Lawrence, MA, and Robert Marsh of Kalispell, MT; and the younger sister of the late Roland Bradstreet Marsh.

Jackie is survived by her husband of 52 years, Mark Allen Yeoman; her son Matthew Scott Yeoman and wife, Mee Young, of Charlotte, NC; her daughter Joanna and husband, Gregg Byrd, of Dallas, TX; and grandchildren Isabel, Abby, Aiken, Henry, Anna Grace and Anna Sophia.

In Jackie’s childhood, the family moved several times as her father, a Cal Tech-educated electrical engineer and missile defense specialist, took positions with various defense contractors in California, Massachusetts, and Michigan before settling in Tucson, Arizona where she attended junior high school.

Some of Jackie’s most cherished childhood memories are horseback riding in the Catalina foothills of Tucson accompanied by her collie, Prince. At Catalina High School in Tucson, Jackie was cheerleader, Letterman Queen, and named best female athlete. Jackie studied elementary education at the University of Arizona where she was a member of the Delta Gamma. Upon graduation in 1966, Jackie married her husband, Mark, at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church in Tucson. Jackie and Mark then moved to Philadelphia, PA, where Jackie taught second grade in the Rose-Tree Media school district while Mark completed his studies at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine. They moved to Houston, TX, where the family lived for over 47 years, so that Mark could begin his residency in Cardiology at Baylor College of Medicine.

An accomplished tennis player and interior designer, Jackie had a passion for missions and teaching. She taught fourth and fifth grade Sunday school for over 30 years first at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and Bethel Church in Houston, TX.

Following Mark’s retirement, Mark and Jackie moved to Northern Mississippi to be near the families of Mark’s brothers, Scott and Steve Yeoman. The family has been living in Lee County and Pontotoc County while clearing land on Lake Lamar Bruce to build a home. Jackie has enjoyed spending her time in Mississippi with family, with the community at West Heights Baptist Church in Pontotoc, and with members of the Amish community.

A closed casket viewing will be held from 5PM-8PM on Friday, May 24. 2019, at Browning Funeral Home in Pontotoc, MS. The funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at West Heights Baptist Church with the Reverend David Hamilton officiating. The interment will be held following the funeral service at the West Heights Baptist Church cemetery adjacent to the sanctuary. A reception at the church fellowship hall will follow the interment. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Cancer Society.

Condolences may be offered at www.browningpontotoc.com