OBITUARY

Jacqueline P. Dray

May 10, 1940June 29, 2018

Jacqueline P. Dray, age 78 passed away on Friday June 29, 2018. Jacqueline was born May 10, 1940 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

A visitation for Jacqueline will be held Friday, July 6, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm at C.M. Sloan & Sons Funeral Home, 1327 North Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46808.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, July 6, 2018 at 2pm, 1327 North Wells Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46808. Burial will take place at Lindenwood Cemetery, 2324 West Main Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46808.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.sloanandsonsfuneralhome.com for the Dray family.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, July 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, July 6, 2018
  • Final Resting: Lindenwood Cemetery Friday, July 6, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jacqueline P. Dray

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Christine Culbertson

July 6, 2018

Aunt Jackie Dray hated fish so on Fridays I would bring her cheese pizza from Pizza Hut! We would have lunch together! I had pepperoni and she had her cheese pizza and we enjoyed it! She loved orange circus peanut candy and cherry pie always had to win playing games even if she cheated! I love you and miss you Aunt Jackie Dray! You was loved by all who knew you!

Christine Culbertson

July 5, 2018

Aunt Jackie Dray loved eating at Azar she would always get a Buddy Boy! She loved Chocolate Milk Shakes! She loved Christmas Time because My Mama made a lot of different cookies and candy at the Holiday Time! She loved Cherry Pie! My Mama always made her a birthday cake and cherry pie! She loved watching Dukes of Hazards her favorite tv show! She loved Country Music! The oldies was her favorite ones! She loved her kitties! She used to clean and babysit! Aunt Jackie always won at cards or games if not she got mad and she would cheat! Lol So whoever she played they let her win! We took the PTC to the mall and go shopping or to the movies! You loved My Dog Odie I would bring him to see you at the nursing home! He knew which ones your room he would lead the way! He would jump on you and give you lot's of kisses! I love and miss you so very much Aunt Jackie Dray!

Christine Culbertson

July 3, 2018

So many memories of you Aunt Jackie! You loved feeding all the animals outside! You took care of me when My Mama was out of town or out with friends or family! We loved making Rice Krispy Treats together! When I was little you and I would get My Mama to make us Tuna Fish Salad Sandwiches! She made us eat all of it because she hated the smell. My Mama made the best Fudge that melts in your mouth. She would scrape out what was left from the pan to eat on a plate. My Mama loved baking cookies and cakes and let us lick out the bowls! I remember a lot of times you would let your kitty Sexy Lady sleep downstairs with me because she didn't want to go back upstairs with you! Lol Then when Sexy Lady wanted to go back upstairs I would flip the light switch the light switch up and down so you knew she wanted to back upstairs to sleep with you then! You loved Cherry Pie and Hot Tea! You hated to lose at games! You and I on Friday or Saturdays we would walk to Redwood Inn to get pizza and pizza rolls! I love and miss you Aunt Jackie Dray! My Mama had her arms open wide to greet you to heaven! R.I.P. Aunt Jackie Dray! Until we meet again in Heaven!

Pamela Dray

July 2, 2018

One of my memories of Aunt Jackie was from my childhood. Growing up Buster ( Phil) and I spent time at the house with her and Grandma Dray. During our visits Buster use to drink Aunt Jackie's chocolate milk. Jackie would have a meltdown and chase Buster around the dining room table screaming at him. Buster would laugh at her which made her even madder. Grandma would finally stop them and I would be laughing so hard at them. This continued until Buster decided it just wasn't fun anymore. You will be remembered Aunt Jackie. I'm sure Buster welcomed you to heaven with a glass of chocolate milk.
Love,
Pam

FROM THE FAMILY