July 23, 1955 – April 6, 2021
Jackie (Allison) Churchfield, 65, of Whiteville, NC, passed away on April 6, 2021. Jackie was born on July 23, 1955 to James Allison and Beverley Brown in Medina, NY.
Jackie was a proud nurse who worked at several places including Oak Orchard Healthcenter, Medina HomeCare and Lyndonville Central School. She was very passionate about helping people, especially children. Taking in dozens of foster children over the years.
Jackie is predeceased by her father James Allison, her mother Beverley Brown, her step-father Alfred Brown, her brothers Roger Allison, Nelson Allison, Matthew “Chipper” Allison, Rodney “Skip” Woodroe (Cora), her sister Audrey (Patterson) Purvis, her great-grandchildren Christopher, Jayden and Sophie.
She is survived by her step-mother Faith Allison, her sisters Cindy (Allison) Fantigrossi, Cherri (Dana) Sharping, her brothers Brian Allison (Jeanette), Danny Allison, Mark Allison, Jimmy Joe Woodroe (Terry Lynn), her five children Jerry Shaffer, Cindy (Shaffer) Barnes, Sandy (Shaffer) Felice (Scott), Amanda Churchfield and Brandon Churchfield, her grandchildren Shentelle, Allisa, Allie, Stephani, Joe, Danny, Brittany, and her great-grandchildren Trenton, Aria, Kiara, Angelina, Joshua, Evalyn, Madalynn, Cameron, Dominic and Shawn, and several nieces and nephews.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
April 10, 2021
NOOOOOO OMG MY HEART IS SHATTERED 😭😭😭😭😭🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥲🥲🥲🥲🥲 OH Mrs. Jackie Churchfield you were one special woman who touched the hearts and souls of many people. Thank you for being THE BEST SCHOOL NURSE that a student could ask for, thanks for always allowing me to stop in and say hi to you on my way back to class 😊 and thank you so so much for ALWAYS believing in me and loving me as one of your own.
You will be truly missed by many but your memory will forever live on ♥️🩺💕 May you rest in peace and continue to touch the lives of many from up above as you watch over us, guide us and protect us.
**you were always my favorite Nurse, I'm so glad that even after all these years, I was still able to put a smile on your face just like I did back when I was a little girl. You were one of the few people I trusted as a child after coming to a new town, new family and new school from an abusive situation. You played a MAJOR roll in my upbringing and are part of the reason why I am the person that I am today ♥️🥺🥰 Thank you for being so kind, caring, loving and patient with me for so many years and for helping a scared and shy 6 year old little girl find the light and positive things in life and every situation it throws at us😌 You my darling will be forever missed, never forgotten and in the hearts and souls of all the people you have touched throughout your short 65 years with us. 🥺😌♥️
R.I.P. Nurse Jackie Churchfield 🩺💖 😇
~ one of God's most beautiful Angels to be called home far too soon 😇♥️🥺🩺
April 9, 2021
I never personally met beautiful Jackie. We were friends on Face book…
Jackie was the very first person, outside my immediate family that I ever chattered to on Face book, all those years ago. Jackie and I had so much in common; I felt I had known her my entire life. She comforted me on many occasions with her beautiful words and faith in the lord. When our daughter-in-law was on kidney dialysis, she prayed for her. When our Effie finally received her precious gift of life, and I told Jackie, she was so happy and thanked the Lord for prayers answered. The same when our great grandson was born, and had a few complications in the start. She was always there for me. She never asked for prayers for herself. I had no idea she was so ill.
When I published my book, she so wanted a copy. I was happy to post her out one, but the shipping cost to the USA were horrendous. I had planned to send her a copy for her birthday this year as a surprise. I am so heartbroken. I wish I had sent it earlier
We often spoke of how much she would love to visit Australia. She would have been more than welcome to stay in our home. When Brandon was stationed in Darwin, she asked me if I could visit him. I told her “I would love too, but...” We laughed when I explained Darwin was 3029 km from Adelaide. She so wanted to visit Australia. Well, my dear beautiful friend, your soul is free now, you may visit wherever you want. I hope you visit me. I will look for the signs.
Our sincere condolences to the family. Rest in eternal peace dear Jackie. My Facebook page will never be the same again. Goodbye, my dear friend, you will live on in the hearts and memories of all that loved you.
April 8, 2021
Sadden to hear of Jackie’s passing. We went to school together. Sending my sympathies to her family.
Richard and Anita Hyatt
April 8, 2021
We were neighbors and we are so sad of her passing she was the sweetest lady and caring we will miss her so much . We are praying for the family may God bless all of you