In Memory

Jacque Devens (Schull)

Jacque Devens (Schull)

Jacque passed away Dec. 11, 2015 following a brain aneurism. 

She, her husband, Ernie, and their family have lived the last many years in McQueeney, TX.

Jacque had turned 66 yrs old on Nov. 27th.  A private memorial service was held.
 



 
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12/24/15 10:59 AM #1    

Renae Whalen (Hiniker)

Jacque was my first cousin and a good friend.  Being only 4 months apart in age, we had many many 'penny pictures' taken together, fun at the lake, trips to parks, fairs and zoos.....and she always beat me at checkers! She was a good and generous person.  Rest in peace dear.


12/25/15 05:33 PM #2    

Anne Lee (Williams)

I remember going to Jacque's house (in middle school) when she would have boy-girl dances in her basement. I also remember the seventh grade girls having slumber parties and just hanging around North Mankato. It was a great time with great chidhood friends....she will be missed. Love Anne Lee Williams.


01/04/16 09:04 PM #3    

Jane Penne (Morse)

I was so sorry to hear of Jacque's passing.  I too remember the "North Mankato girls" hanging around together and having so much fun.  Dances at the Jr. High, cutting off our jeans and fraying the edges, and Bluebirds and then Camp Fire girls together.  We were all best friends.  Wonderful memories my dear Jacquie may you rest in peace. Love, Jane Penne-Morse

 

 


01/05/16 08:26 AM #4    

Becky Leas (Barnes)

Jackie and I were very best friends all thru junior high and senior high and after.  I loved her little bug car.  Good thing we lived close to each other.  When we were "of age" I remember going to parties and I would have to drive her car to her home and then I would walk to my house.  We worked togethere at Madsens for years.  So many wonderful memories.  So sorry for her family, she was way to young to leave this world.  Peace be with you Jackie!!!
 


01/05/16 08:44 PM #5    

Nancy Morrison (Hiniker)

Jacques' house was the place to be for the North Mankato girls!  There was always something happening at her house as I too, remember the music, dancing and sleep-overs.  She seemed to be in charge being the oldest in her family and having numerous siblings. She had a zest for life and I remember her Mother always smiling when she answered the door seeing Jacques' friends.  It certainly was a different time being able to walk to her house and around the North Mankato neighborhood having fun with Jacques and the "girls".  So sorry to hear of her passing to the other side so young.  Until we meet again, fondly, Nancy (Morrison) Hiniker


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