Jacqueline Hoyle

March 5, 1964November 27, 2018

Jacqueline Hoyle, 54, of Acushnet Massachusetts, passed away on Tuesday at St. Luke's Hospital, with her daughter at her side, after a brief, but courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. She is a beloved daughter of James and Muriel Hoyle, both deceased, who welcomed her into Heaven.

As a professional Floral Designer for over 35 years, Jacqueline lived a life of vibrant color and creativity. A proud employee of Roseland Nursery in Acushnet, she was also a Certified Massachusetts Horticulturist, and a member of the UMASS Extension Landscape Scouting Program for the Southeast Region of Massachusetts. She was an incredibly intelligent, independent, and hardworking woman, who put her heart and soul into all aspects of her life.

Jacqueline dedicated all her love and support to enriching the lives of her two children, Amanda Lynn Hoyle Meehan (25) and Daniel Hoyle Croteau (18). She raised them with limitless love, boundless compassion, and a strength that was unparalleled ed. Bringing joy to their hearts like no one else could, she leaves behind a legacy of love that will stand the test of time. It is without a doubt that her children were the loves of her life.

Jacqueline enjoyed capturing the beauty of nature and the world around her in photos that she took with her cellphone, stopping to smell the roses (along with watering, and pruning them), singing along to music in her car, and making sure the birds who visited her front porch were always well fed. She saw beauty in everything, found adventure in the everyday, and lived a life of endless love. She will be deeply missed.

Funeral services were private and provided by Rock Funeral Home. A celebration of life event will be held in Spring 2019.


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Sheila Tetreault

December 7, 2018

Also I will never forget the last time I saw Jackie
I was with my husband at Walmart looking at flannel shirts for men
My husband was on same side as her so saw her first
She made a nod to look at me to see if I saw her
She was across from me laughing waiting for me to see her
Never forget
That was the end of September

Sheila Tetreault

December 7, 2018

Dave and I send our condolences to the family of Jackie Hoyle
We saw her often in different stores
She always said hello
I have known her since she was a baby living on James St. ,Acushnet
She will be missed.