Jacqueline Kay Stafford, 59, passed away July 6, 2017, at Community Hospital after an extended illness.
She was born to Jack Seal and Shirley Klavsons on April 21, 1958, in Elwood.
Jacqueline graduated Frankton High School in 1977. She had worked at General Cage, Red Gold, and the American Legion where she was a member.
Jacqueline enjoyed reading, working puzzles, camping and taking meticulous care of her yard and garden. She would get a big thrill out of winning drawings at the legion. Most of all, she wanted people to know she was a born again Christian. She loved reading her Bible and received much inspiration from the teachings of Joyce Meyer.
Left to treasure Jacqueline's memory are her children, Tracy (Juri) Baker, Tina Haulk, and Scott Shannon (fiancee, Marsha Sheets); grandchildren, Kalie, Kylie, and Payton Haulk; grandchildren, Madelynn and Sawyer Baker; grandchildren, Brice and Austin Gant; grandchildren, Hayden and Holden Sheets; great-grandchildren, Emersynn Frye, Tessa Gant, and Brinley Gant; siblings, Lu Ann (Paul) Hughes, Linda (Red) Norris, and Steph Seal; many nieces and nephews; and special friends that stayed with her, Mike Arehart, Dan Speedy, Dana Crenshaw, and Julie Crull.
Preceding Jacqueline in death are her parents; and best friend in the whole world, James Akers.
A celebration of Jacqueline's life will be held at 6 p.m. Friday at Frankton Christian Church.
Contributions in Jacqueline's memory may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services assisted the family with arrangements.
Published on July 11, 2017