Hillside Funeral Home West

2929 West 13th Street North, Wichita, KS


Jacqueline A. Spalding

August 13, 1935May 23, 2020

Jacqueline Annette Spalding, 84, former Customer Service employee at Lear Jet, passed away on May 23, 2020 in Moore, Ok. Born on August 13, 1935 in Oakland, California to Bertram Rainey and Jacqueline (Bettincourt) Geer. Survived by her sons: Charles C. Schock, Jr. (Galina) of Wichita, Richard A. Schock (Naga F.) of Wichita, Joseph M. Schock of Hutchinson, Stephan C. Schock (Teresita R.) of Moore, Ok, Kevin M. Schock (Michelle) of Wichita; daughter: Julie A. (Jorge) Oseguera of Wichita; sister: Phyllis J. Johnson of Stockton, CA; many grandchildren. Private family services to be held.


  • Charles (Galina) Schock, Jr, Son
  • Richard A. (Nga F.) Schock, Son
  • Joseph M. Schock, Son
  • Stephan C. (Teresita R.) Schock, Son
  • Kevin M. (Michelle) Schock, Son
  • Julie A. (Jorge) Oseguera, Daughter
  • Phyllis J. Johnson, Sister
  • Many, Grandchildren

  • Richard Schock
  • Joseph Schock
  • Stephan Schock
  • Kevin Schock
  • Charles Schock


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Jacqueline A. Spalding

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Julie Oseguera

May 27, 2020

Mother, you left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, although we cannot see you, you're always at our side. Love you Julie❤️

Kevin Schock

May 27, 2020

Thank you for being the best mom I could of ask for, thanks for all the love and support you shared, thanks for all the great memories we made together, but most importantly thank you for being Mom. Gone but never forgotten!

Karen Behrendt

May 27, 2020

Jackie and I worked at Learjet together. Over the 20 some years we became great friends. We didn't see much of each other after she retired. Jackie has begun her new journey. Prayers go to the family. God is with you. Karen Behrendt

Julie Oseguera

May 27, 2020

Christina Crews

May 27, 2020

I am so proud and overjoyed to have shared so many wonderful memories with Grandma Jackie. So many life lessons learned- enjoy the little things, be fierce, be proud of who you are, and love life wholeheartedly. Take care of those you love and they'll do the same for you. Between the crime shows and sports games, the wine, casinos and the cruises, the dolled up days, silly antics ... I will always remember you fondly. Thank you for giving us the greatest gift- to love you and be loved in return. We love you forever💛