Jacqueline “Jackie” J. Hill of Newburgh, IN. age 77. Jackie passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus on Thursday February 18, 2021. She was born on March 10,1943 in Evansville, IN. to Eugene E. Remole and Ida Mae (Ermling) Remole.
Jackie is preceded in death by her parents, Eugene and Ida Remole, along with her husband, William “Bill” Hill.
Jackie was a 1961 Reitz High School graduate; she went on to further her education at Lockyear Business College. She was a school bus driver for Perry Township School Corporation in Indianapolis. Jackie then moved back to Evansville and became employed with The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System in which she retired from in 2005. Later in Jackie’s life, she went on to work at The Cracker Barrel. She loved to travel and enjoyed her time with the Red Hatters, Home Makers Club, Knitting, Sewing, as well as being active with her church family. Jackie never met a stranger, she loved spending time with her friends that were so very dear to her heart.
Jackie is survived by her daughters Rhonda (Mark) Miller of Evansville, and Rhanda “Randi” (Kevin) Steele of Elberfeld; Sisters, Elaine “Lainie” (Bill) Riggins of Newburgh and Ramona “Mona” (Jerry) Black of Tennyson. 5 grandchildren, Abbie (Kris) Haner, Anthony “AJ” (Sierra) Steele, Alyss Steele and her fiancé Mark Schoenbaechler, Alexandra “Allie” (Tim) Alexander, Kellsie (Devin) Kelley; She greatly enjoyed her 8 Great Grandchildren.
A Memorial Service will be held at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday February 23, 2021 at Gateway Baptist Church, 7564 IN-66, Newburgh, IN.
Family and Friends are invited to visit at 5:00 p.m. until service time.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Jackie may be made to the American Diabetes Association.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
Margaret Lessenberry says
I will miss Jackie and our lunches so much. She is with God now and there is no better place to be.
Judy & Roman Leal says
Vaya con Dios
Sherry Hancock says
I am so very sorry. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. That’s a big hole in our hearts when we lose a parent. God bless you…. I know He will.
Suzanne (Perigo) Rahm says
Mona and Laundry, I am.so very sorry to.hear of your sister’s.passing……. I vaguely remember meeting her years ago,but what.stands out strongly in my mind was her smile, her laughter, how outgoing she was…..I’m sure all.she met lived her with her being such a cuts up…..Did I peg her correctly ? I know that you.miss her sooo.much, but know that God needed her to make all.in heaven laugh…forever into.eternity……My thoughts and prayers are with you..
Diann Schlensker says
Sorry to here of your loss sisters are very special poeple in our life
Darla Brackett says
Love and prayers for the whole family. Jackie always had a beautiful smile and uplifting spirit. Peace be with her and her family.
Margaret and David Lessenberry says
Dear Family of Jackie,
I am so sorry I will not be able to make the memorial tonight. I have prayed for your family to find peace and to remember only the happy times you had with Jackie. As per your request I have made a contribution to the Diabetes Foundation instead of sending flowers. Jackie meant a lot to me and I will miss her terribly.
Ramona Ireland and Jerri Schockman says
Even though we can not be there for Jackie’s service, we just want you to know how much we will miss her smiling face. We are honoring her friendship by sending a gift to the Diabetes Association.