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Jacqueline Meissel

Jacqueline Marie Meissel

Saturday, August 29th, 1953 - Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Jacqueline “Jackie” Marie Isaacs Meissel, 66, passed away November 17 in her home with her husband, son, and daughter by her side. She was born at Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City, MT to Allyn D Isaacs and Flora Nakata Isaacs from Sonnette, MT. She was the 3rd youngest child of 8 children. She grew up on the family ranch at Sonnette with her siblings, attending various country schools in the area and eventually rode the school bus into Broadus, MT to attend High School. She graduated from high school in 1971 and was particularly honored being selected that year as the Junior Senior Prom Queen.

After graduation she spent the summer working as a waitress at a resort named “Bear Lodge” in Wyoming. The following year she enrolled in the Sidney School of Practical Nursing where she sought a degree as a Licensed Practical Nurse. While attending that school she met her future husband, Marvin Meissel. They were married in 1973. She took her state boards in Helena, passing and was an LPN. She and Marvin moved to Miles City, Mt where she began her nursing career at Holy Rosary Hospital and Marvin began working for the Milwaukee Road Railroad. In 1978, they relocated to Whidbey Island, WA when Marvin re-entered Naval Service, and lived in Oak Harbor. They made their home there up to the present time, living in Lemoore, CA for 3 years. Jackie was an excellent mother raising 2 children, Tawnya and Troy, almost single-handedly due to Marvin’s numerous military deployments while managing her nursing career.

Jackie spent most of her working career primarily in the nursing field in one capacity or another earning respect from all she came in contact with, both medical staff personnel and patients alike. While working in the OB/GYN Clinic at the Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, she was selected Employee of the Quarter three times and was the Phy America Employee of the Year in 2000. Due to her MS she had to leave her position and began working for the Oak Harbor School District assisting a special needs child so she could attend school. She was forced to medically retire in 2015. Jackie and Marvin began to do some traveling and became “Snowbirds” and enjoyed winters in Yuma, AZ., but she became too sick to continue.

If you ever met Jackie, you would be infected by her smile and personality; once you became friends with her you knew you had a friend for life. Earth has lost a true angel and heaven has gained one of the best.

She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Marvin; son, Troy (Heidi) of Germany; daughter, Tawnya (Erik) of Sedro Wooley, WA; one grandson, Reece USMC; one granddaughter, Madison, a student at the University of Hawaii; two brothers: Nick of Snowflake, AZ, and Fred (DeeDee) of Ashland, MT; five sisters: Patricia Kikawa of Honolulu, HI, June Graham and Jeannette Larsen of Billings, MT, Jeannie Burley (Dave) of Snowflake, AZ, and Jessica Sloan of Stanford, MT; and many nieces and nephews she thought the world of.

Jackie was preceded in death by her parents; brothers-in-law: Gary Graham and Bill Sloan; and nephew, Donnie Burley.

Cremation has taken place and her cremains will be returned to her native Montana soil next summer for internment and a “Celebration of Jackie’s Life” at Yellowstone National Cemetery on July 6, 2020 at 1pm.

In Lieu of cards or flowers you may donate to a charity of your choice in Jackie’s name.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, July 6th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    When
    Monday, July 6th, 2020 1:00pm
    Location
    Yellowstone National Cemetery
    Address
    55 Buffalo Trail Road
    LAUREL, MT 59044
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  • Interment

    Monday, July 6th, 2020 |
    When
    Monday, July 6th, 2020
    Location
    Yellowstone National Cemetery
    Address
    55 Buffalo Trail Road
    LAUREL, MT 59044
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Carol Anderson

Posted at 04:07pm
I'm so sorry Marvin, may God bless and comfort you and your family. Carol
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John Holbrook

Posted at 07:06pm
I am so very sorry for your loss Marvin, I will have a good thought for you.
 
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Bill Alderman Posted at 12:26pm

Jackie and I kinda grew up together around the Sonnette hall and dancing. Years ago at a class reunion she told my wife Kathy, that we were in love back then. I agree although we weren't yet teenagers. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Jackie was truly a sweetheart of a gal. Bill
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