Sunset North Funeral Home

910 North Loop 1604 East, San Antonio, TX


Jacqueline Kennedy Greene

October 6, 1942July 3, 2019

On Tuesday, July 2, 2019, Jacque Greene, beloved grandmother of 4 grandchildren Drew, Bella, Beau, and Melani Ortega and adored sister of Lisa Smith and Edward M. Kennedy, passed away at the age of 76. Jacque was born on October 6, 1942 in Rowan County, North Carolina to Edward and Kathryne Kennedy. She was a proud business owner and a lifetime active member of the Chow Chow community with the American Kennel Club. She was the proud mother of Asheley, who passed December 6, 2014, and is survived by her 4 grandchildren and 2 siblings, with her brother being unreachable at this time. Jacque was passionate about her chows and dedicated her life to rescuing and showing her beloved fur babies. When she walked in a room you could feel her infectious spirit and energy, and anyone who met Jacque can attest to this. She was 5'0 feet of pure charisma that she doted on her grandchildren, who were the apple of her eye. Her legacy was one of tender compassion and strong fortitude which she imparted on her family every day.

Private memorial services will be conducted on Saturday, July 20, 2019.


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Mark Raymond

July 11, 2019

Jacque was a joy to be around and so full of energy. We met at a dog show and she looked past our Australian Shepherds and caught the eye of our single rescued chow. After that one meeting, she made it a point to visit with us at every show. She became a great friend and mentor.

Colleen McKee sanchez

July 11, 2019

Jacqué was an awesome breeder of the Chow chows, and will be missed at the dogshows. Loved helping her show her guys. We learned a lot together and I will cherish every memory that I had with her. Many prayers and comforting thoughts to her family and friends for this great loss.

Alice Powell-Brown

July 11, 2019

I remember meeting Jaqueline at a business meeting years ago and hearing her talk about chows.....She had such joy in her face. Every time we saw one another at business meetings, I would talk about my students and she talked about her chows❤ Her presence will be missed but I know her spirit will remain. Prayers to her family 🙏🏾