Jacqueline E. Mattson

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Dec 31 1942
Feb 8 2024
81 Years
Kinzer, Pennsylvania

Jacqueline E. Mattson, 81, of Kinzer, PA, passed away at Twin Pines Nursing Home in West Grove, on Thursday, February 8, 2024. She was the wife of the late Willard Mattson who died in 2009. They shared 46 years of marriage. Born in Coatesville, she was the daughter of the late, Dilworth and Louise Moore Marshall.

Jacqueline was a resident of Parkesburg most of her life. She attended the former Parkesburg School and the Octorara High School. Jacqueline was employed by the Roller Derby Skate Corporation of Atglen, PA as an assembler.

She is survived by her children, Kimberly Hess and husband Tim, of Kinzers, Michael Mattson of Myerstown, PA, and Brian Mattson and wife, Pam, of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, five grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and three siblings, Brenda Marshall of Christiana, Barbara West of Mt. Joy, and Richard Marshall of Texas.  She was preceded in death by a daughter, Kathleen Collins and six siblings.

Graveside services at the Hephzibah Baptist Cemetery are being planned and will be announced at a later date.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, PA.  Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Location: 
Graveside services at the Hephzibah Baptist Cemetery are being planned and will be announced at a later date.

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Love you Mom

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I’m so sorry to hear about Aunt Jackie. Please let me know when services are. Xoxo to all u kids & grand kids. Sweet lady

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Thank you Lorrie

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Mothers Never Really Die-
They Just Keep House Up In The Sky
Death beckoned her with outstretched hand
And whispered softly of an 'AN UNKNOWN LAND'
But she was not afraid to go
For though the path she did not know
She took DEATH'S HAND without a fear,
For He who safely brought her here
Had told her He would lead the way
Into ETERNITY'S BRIGHT DAY...
And so she did not go alone
Into the 'VALLEY THAT'S UNKNOWN'
She gently took DEATH BY THE HAND
And journeyed to 'THE PROMISED LAND'...
And there, with step so light and gay,
She polishes the sun by day
And lights the stars that shine at night
And keeps the moonbeams silvery bright...
For MOTHERS really never die,
They just 'KEEP HOUSE UP IN THE SKY'...
And in the HEAVENLY HOME ABOVE
They wait to 'welcome' those they love.

Helen Steiner Rice

For you Mom

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My condolences to Kim and family in the loss of your Mother, I worked with Jackie years ago she was always very nice to me.

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Thank you Sonya.

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Thank you Sonya.

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Sincere sympathy to Kim and all of Jackie’s family.  I’ve known Jackie since I was a little girl living on Maple Street.  Keep close to your heart all of the good memories and love only a mother can give.  Thinking of you.  Pam Rodgers Chesnet 

 

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Thank you Pam. I remember your family well also.

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So sorry for your loss. Mom's are so special. Your mom and my mom walked together at the school house. Helen Reynolds she always talked about jackie

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Mom enjoyed walking with your Mother. They enjoyed each others company

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Our condolences to Brian, Pam and boys, Kim, Tim and family and Micheal. RIP Jackie.

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Thank you.

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Kim I was so sorry to hear of you losing your Mom. I ALWAYS enjoyed talking to her. when we were younger & hearing about things in Parkesburg. As you know we also lost a sibling. I always thought that was one of the hardest things in life, learning how to go on after that was not an easy thing to do but on the first of Feb - we also lost our Mother. I know now saying goodbye to your Mom is also another one of the hardest things you have to do in this life. Cherish the good memories, of your Mom, because they will be become one of the most valued treasures in your life. Heart felt condolences to you, your brothers, & your family.

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Thank you El.

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