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Jacqueline T Osowski

Jacqueline T Osowski

January 6, 1966 - February 27, 2020

It is with great sadness that the family of Jacqueline T. Osowski announces her sudden passing on February 27, 2020 at the age of 54. She will lovingly be remembered by her spouse Barbara M. and their two faithful daughters (dogs) Brittany and Lola. Jackie will also be deeply missed by her siblings Michael and Christine. She will also be fondly remembered "Ciocci" by her nieces and nephews. <br /> Jackie was a very kindhearted person and she touched the lives of all she knew. She loved the outdoors, Eagles football, and even admired her work as a letter carrier for the United States Post Office. Most of all she loved her spouse, daughters, and family . She will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts. <br /> Upon the wishes of the deceased, no funeral services will be held. However, all are welcome to share their condolences and memories of Jackie on this memorial site.

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    I will miss chochi Jackie that’s what we called her knew Jackie for 30 years she would do anything for you all you had to d was ask I remember teaching her and Chris how to drive that was a fun night among many others l have a lot of good memories but I wish she was still here I will miss her very very much
    Ed Coll Mar 14, 2020
    A faithful friend to everyone! We will always miss you Jackie!
    I will keep you in my prayers!
    Love,
    Beatrice Haegele
    Beatrice Hagele Mar 07, 2020
    Worked with her at the Hunting Park station...the Olney side. Jackie was a very sweet and kind woman. I used to tease her on how she reminded me of a teacher with her glasses so low on the brim of her nose. ..and did she love those "Eagles!" My deepest condolences to her family.
    Elsa O. Mar 04, 2020
    Jackie was a true friend and was there for you whenever you needed her.
    Anytime we were together, be it just me and her, or a group of us, Jackie always made us laugh.
    I especially got a kick out of all the stories and people she would tell us about while working at the Post Office.
    I thought it was wonderful how she was loved as Aunt "ciocci" Jackie by her nieces and nephews.
    She was forever generous with inviting people over for parties and to watch the Eagles.
    She'll be missed by her wife Barbara, her siblings & their children, and all her friends.
    Seems God takes the goods ones too early.
    We love you sweet Jackie.
    I'll forever laugh at how you would call me Kathy Worsh.
    Kathy Walsh Mar 04, 2020
    We spent many years together growing up.
    I remember the first we would build behind her house and picking and eating the blackberries on Castor Ave.
    Joanne Hamer Mar 04, 2020
    Jacqui was a huge part of my life growing up.
    She, Christine and I were inseparable.
    Although I haven't seen her in awhile.
    I was very saddened to here of her passing.
    Joanne Hamer Mar 04, 2020
    Jackie was my connection to all news in the east coast she kept me informed of those we loved and she always remembers US fishing together and catching fish she was an amazing human being
    Lisa a burcher Mar 03, 2020
    Jackie and i were together for about 8 years those years, were very loving and happy years ..then we broke up. when she found out i had cancer, she came with me for my 12 chemotherapy treatments to support me n keep me company, n brought me delights from philly ( steves steaks, santucci pizza) i love her then and always!😥
    mar Mar 03, 2020
    We will miss our loveable niece more than anyone can imagine. Our memories of Jackie calling every Sunday morning and giving us her Eagles

































































    We will miss our niece more than anyone can imagine. Her happy smile and her Eagles Chant every Sunday morning when she would call. We miss her and love her.







    c
    Aunt Elaine and Uncle Frank Mar 03, 2020
    Aunt Jackie will be sorely missed. I remember building legos at the table with her when I was a child and all the fires we sat around, just shooting the breeze. Rest in Peace ❤️❤️❤️
    Sarah Osowski Mar 03, 2020