Jacqueline R. Buchman

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Jacqueline R.

Buchman, Jacqueline R. “Jackie”
(nee Leach) Passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Sunday, December 22, 2013 age 49 years. Beloved wife of John. Loving mother of Alicia, Amanda, Travis and Dylan. Proud grandma of Royler, Anthony, Jaden and Tyler. Dear sister of Greg (Jan) Leach, Stephanie Leach (Mark) and Chris (Charlie) Robinette. Further survived by other relatives and many friends.

Family and friends will gather at the funeral home on Saturday, January 4 , 2014 from 1-3 pm with a time of sharing and prayer service at 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials greatly appreciated.

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Christine nee Buchman Gliniecki

Where does one even begin, when you realize there will be no new memories. This makes us hold on even harder on all the memories we shared. You made the best tuna salad among other foods shared at many family gatherings. Hard to believe that you have been a part of our family for over 30 yrs. You will be truly missed but never forgotten. This is always so hard on the ones left behind on earth. But I will picture you smiling down on all of us until we meet again in a perfect place….

Jody HOffmann

Although I never met Jackie I feel like I knew her. Mike would tell me marvelous stories about his family and he was always complimenting and expounding on Jackie’s wonderful culinary skills. Rest in Peace Jackie, and may God bless the Buchman family during this time of sorrow. Jody Hoffmann

Cindy Hagedorn (Capt. Nicks)

Jackie and I would share funny stories about our husbands, our kids,and our grandkids. We certainly had a lot of laughs with that! jackie was one of the sweetest women I’ve ever known. Her life was her family! My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and I know one day I will see her again in paradise. For now Jackie rest in peace. Much love to the family! Cindy Hagedorn

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