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Jacqueline M. Windover

September 11, 1989October 12, 2020
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WINDOVER, Jacqueline M. October 12, 2020 of West Seneca, NY. Beloved daughter of John (Joan) Windover. Cherished sister of Eric (Marie) Windover and Scott (Chelsie Zanghi) Windover. Dear aunt of Sarah, Jonathan and Elyse. Loving granddaughter of Dorothy (late William) Valtin and Betty (late Murney) Windover. The family will be present on Friday from 4-7 PM at the HOY FUNERAL HOME 3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY where funeral services will follow at 7pm. We welcome you to visit with the family and ask for your patience if you experience delays. Face masks are required. Flowers gratefully declined, if desired, contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Upstate NY or the WNY Kidney Foundation. Online condolences and donations may be shared at www.hoyfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Family Present

    Friday, October 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, October 16, 2020

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Brittany Shaver

October 15, 2020

Words can not explain how sad I am. I lost one of my best friends since elementary school. All the memories that run through my head all the fun, laughs, cries, getting in trouble and getting mad at each other never stopped us. We were two peas in a pod and my family's adopted daughter. One memory I think of is when we went on our pa trip in elementary school we had so much fun you, Jordan and I. Taking pictures of the parents sleeping on the bus because we kept them busy. I also remember passing out cupcakes in 6th grade and getting told to go to class because 911 had happened. I will always remember taking you to my grandparents, and my grandfather being so amazed at all the new gizmos you had for diabetes. Jackie showed him the inhaler for insulin. That's all they talked about. I remember going to a cheerleading competition and staying in the hotel racing chairs down the hallway. The memories we had disney, boys, concerts, and parties. I love you jackie and I hope you know I would have done anything for you. I'll miss you so much but I know you will be ok. My brother will keep and eye on you. And as for your loved ones down here on earth its goodbye for now and we will be strong and know we will see you again. Xoxoxo Britt

Marie Windover

October 15, 2020

We'll keep your memory alive. The kids miss their aunt and we miss our sister. We love you so much.

Amy Caccamise

October 14, 2020

I am very heart broken......Heaven has gained and angel while we lost one. I lost my best friend of 15 years. We had only good memories filled with laughter, fun, and happiness. I know I brought a lot of laughter and light into your life and I'm so grateful I can say that (as you did to mine). You we're constantly laughing at me and my corny jokes. You were quiet/shy with most people, but I was good at bringing out your silly side. It's a really good feeling to have a friend who you can be your full self around (for me too). Jackie lived life to the fullest always. She was always up for any kind of adventure no matter what. Together we enjoyed many things such as proms, beaches, cheerleading, parades, concerts, backyard fires, and dancing the night away. She spent time around my family and we accepted her like she was part of it. I wish I could have showed you the palm trees and ocean down here, like we had planned. I also had plans to come home months ago (due to covid) I could not. I know we would have danced the night away at my sisters wedding like we loved to do so. I'm so glad for all the years of our amazing friendship we got to share. I never heard you complain NOT one time about anything in life. I look up to you for that. If I could describe you in two words I would say brave and relentless. You didn't let anything come in your way of friends, family and living life to the fullest. You were always kindhearted, optimistic, devoted, open minded, and strongminded. You we're an amazing friend to me. I miss you so much Jackie. It's really hard for me to accept that you are gone, but I know your in a much better place now. I will always cherish our memories, you are an unforgettable soul, until we meet again. -Love Amy ❤🌹💐

Brian Rogowski

October 14, 2020

Scooter, and the rest of the Windover family.. I am sooo sorry to hear about your loss. Jacqueline was taken wayy to early. Just cherish all the memories you made with her. We are here if you need anything.

Shannon Griner

October 14, 2020

We only met Jackie a few times. Mostly as she supported Scott at his firehall instillations. You could always tell how proud she was of her brother and how much she looked up to him. She loved her family very much. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. -Justin and Shannon Griner

Eric Windover

October 13, 2020

Your nieces and nephew loved taking silly selfies with you!

Michella Dentino

October 13, 2020

Jackie is as an amazing aunt and loved Sarah, Jonathan and Elyse so very much!! The kids loved her so very much as well and the room would light up when they saw her!! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time!! I love you all

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