Jacqueline Mirtala Gallegos
September 1, 1986 – February 12, 2018
Jaqueline M. Gallegos, "Jacky", 31 of Novato California, passed away February 12th, 2018. Jacky was born in San Francisco, California at Kaiser Medical Center on September 1st, 1986. Jacky graduated from San Marin High School, and received training in Phlebotomy from Empire College. Jacky enjoyed her career in administration and Customer Service with Whole Foods and most recently her management position with Wyndover Apartment Homes.
Jacky had a passion for cooking, dancing, enjoying the outdoors, art, cosmetology, and watching comedy movies.
Jacky was survived by her Son, Miguel A. Garcia eleven years old, her sister Jessica Gallegos, and brother David Gallegos, and her loving mother, Rosa E. Gallegos and father Orlando Gallegos.
Jacky is deeply missed by her family, friends, and community.
Funeral Services will be conducted under the guidance of Keaton’s Redwood Chapel of Marin.
- Vigil Thursday, February 22, 2018
- Funeral Mass Friday, February 23, 2018
- Graveside Friday, February 23, 2018
Jacqueline Mirtala Gallegos
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February 24, 2018
My thoughts and prayers are with this amazing , vibrant, young womans family! During her years at Whole Foods and my daily trips we got to know each other! She loved and valued her family. Rest in eternal Jacky
February 22, 2018
Words can't even describe how I feel knowing you aren't here. Meeting you in 6th grade at Hill middle school is a day that still resonates in my mind. That beautiful smile,your warm eyes; and who can forget your contagious laugh? I was such an insecure, scrawny, kid and you excuded confidence and this amazing charisma. Your energy was filled with warmth and kindness. That same day we met you gave me a picture that you had taken at the mall, and you wrote in the back how you knew we would become good friends, love Jacky. You'll never know how that much that meant to me, and how much your friendship meant to me more so then when I had little to no self security. As time went on and I moved to a different county we still continued to stay in touch, I still remember our sleepovers, staying up late laughing, crying, just being girls. When your sweet mama gave me a ride all the way back to Rohnert Park because I had missed the bus home. Our life paths went different directions and we lost touch but now and then you'd come into my thoughts and I always thought "one day we'll talk again"- I'll always regret not reaching out to you but I want to thank you for adding so much beauty to the world, and thank you for all the wonderful memories.
February 21, 2018
Dear Gallegos family,
My deepest sympathies for the loss of your Daughter, Sister, Mother, and Friend, Jacky. Although I did not have the privilege to meet her, I can see her warmth, beauty, and kindness in her photos and the stories your family has shared with me.
I sincerely thank you for the opportunity to serve your family, loved ones, and Jacky during this difficult time.
Please know I am always available to assist in any capacity I am able to, during and after these services have concluded.
February 20, 2018
The first time I saw Jacquie, she was working. I remember thinking as I left, what a beautiful and pleasant young woman. She and the Manager made a good working and pleasant environment. She shared a love with me of my granddaughter Stella. Bella Stella said, Jacquie would cheer me up on my worse days.
Stella was referring to her bad days at her school bullies though she didnt mention to her. There was hardly any day Stella didn't drop in to visit before coming up to our apartment. Stella is missing her so much. She started a "Jacquie Memorial" at her area in office. She took a little vase with flowers... Jacquie was a ray of sunshine here. We all miss you. *We love you Jacquie. Thank you for loving bella Stella.
PS Miguelito will always have a friend in bella Stella and her Mom, my daughter Lisa. They are there anytime for him.*