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Mary Jacqueline Rothe

Born March 7, 1942

Mary Jacqueline Rothe was born on March 7, 1942 in Opp, AL.

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Mary Jacqueline Rothe

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Carolyn Salter, Fenton

January 29, 2013

Jackie Brooks Rothe was an inspiration to many..She was my friend, my sister-in-law and the perfect aunt to my children. so many memories we shared, so much fun we had and a lot of sadness we shared, we were there for each other, always. I miss you Jackie, you were one in a million. RIP dear sister. I pray that When my time comes, I can go with as much dignity as you had.

jenna law

January 29, 2013

Jackie wasn't biologically my grandmother but never made me feel any different... She was such a sweet woman and loved by so many. So happy I got to spend the time with her I did.. She'll never be forgotten.. I love you Jackie!

Donna Fullerton

January 29, 2013

My sweet mama...I miss you so much! You were my mother and my father as I grew up...my first and longest best friend...my role model and mentor in life and death. You taught me the most important things in life: unconditional love, kindness and compassion, patience and tolerance, dignity and grace in joy and sorrow. Thank you, mama...I love you more!

Candi Carpenter

January 23, 2013

Jackie taught me how to be a real friend and how to listen when our friendship began over 30 years ago. And she taught me how to be graceful and accepting about the final transition. I'm glad I had the opportunity to say goodbye. She is truly the sister of my heart.

Lou Ray

January 23, 2013

Jackie was an extremely bright and joyful lady. I'm sorry I lost contact with her; we could have had some good laughs talking over old times!

Gary Bajzik

January 22, 2013

I will always remember Jackie as one of the nicest people I ever met and worked with, working in the Distribution Center I didn't see her everyday but over twenty years, Our relationship definitly grew into one where I respected Jackie called her friend. Jackie will be missed .

cindy peacock

January 22, 2013

I cannot remember when Jackie wasnt a part of our family. She was my dads love for 24 years and his wife for the last six. She was so brave in her last days worry more about those she was leaving behind than herself. She is gone but will never be forgotten.

David Hargrove

January 22, 2013

Jackie looked after, and watched over me growing up. She was wonderful and I will miss her so much for the rest of my life. Thanks to eveyone for your gracious words.
David Hargrove her loving brother.

Don Salter

January 22, 2013

I first met Jackie when she married my late brother, Sergeant First Class Jimmy Brooks in 1959. Jimmy and Jackie were making a career of the Army when Jimmy was killed in Vietnam in 1965. Jackie was left with two small children, Terry and Donna. Jackie went on to graduate from the University of West Florida and later went to work with the Pensacola News Journal. She did all of this while raising two small children. What a wonderful story of passion and determination. She was an inspiration to her family and all who knew her. She was a wonderful, loving sister-in-law even after my brother was killed. I will always remember her as a true earth angel who inspired everyone she knew. May you rest in peace dear Jackie as you were a "True Soldier" ! Don Salter

Ann Fassetta

January 22, 2013

What a wonderful cousin and friend you were! I will never forget our summers together skating at Uncle Jack's rink, playing pirates on the bed, at the beach, at Big Mama's house. So many good times never to be forgotten. Rest in peace until we meet again in that "sweet by and by".