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Jacqueline A. Smith 47, St. James member, banquet manager
Jacqueline "Jackie" A. Smith, 47, of Lititz, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, at the Lancaster General Hospital surrounded by her loving family.
She was the wife of James "Jim" E. Smith for 27 years Oct, 12. Born in Media, she was the daughter of Eileen Foley Meyle, of Lititz and the late Eugene Meyle.
Jackie graduated from HACC with an associate’s degree in paralegal studies and then from Central Penn College with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She worked as a server and banquet manager for many years. A member of St. James Catholic Church, she was active in the Light of Christ Prayer Group and also a local bible study. She loved spending time with her family, traveling and continuing her education.
Surviving in addition to her husband and mother are Jackie’s three children: James E. Smith II, Courtney M. Smith and Timothy A. Smith, all of Lititz; and six siblings: Virginia A. Markiewicz, of Lititz; Eugene J. Meyle, of Missouri; Elizabeth A. Stineman, of Lititz; Suzanne E. Scott, of Florida; Robert H. Meyle, of Florida; and Eileen M. Callahan, of East Fallowfield.
A mass of Christian burial will take place Oct. 15 at St. James Catholic Church, Lititz, with The Rev. James O’Blaney, C.Ss.R. as celebrant. Interment took place in Witness Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, 14 Pennsylvania Plaza, Suite 1710, New York, NY 10122.
To send the family online condolences, visit snyderfuneralhome.com. Charles F. Snyder Jr. Funeral Home & Crematory handled the arrangements.