Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Obituary - Jacqueline Faye Maxine Love

Jacqueline Faye Maxine Carter Love, 84, left this earthly world on September 28, 2021 at KU Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born on July 11, 1937 in Mishawaka, Indiana to William L. Carter and Mary E. (Quier) Carter.

Jacquie was the middle child of 13 brothers and sisters. Their family was very close; her sisters were her best friends all through her life. Jacquie had an infectious laugh and was loved to be around people and loved to dance. But most of all she loved her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

In 2017 Jacquie moved to Missouri to live with her daughter and quickly became a snapchat sensation in videos made with her granddaughter Amy. She made many friends while in Missouri. She attended the races to watch her grandson race and attended the high school football games. Jacquie quickly became an avid Kansas City Chiefs fan, she loved her Mahomie, and stayed loyal to her favorite college team, Notre Dame. She enjoyed her monthly domino games with her granddaughter Shannon and watched great grandsons swim meets on you tube.

Preceding Jacquie in death was her son, Mark, her son-in-law, Chris, and her brothers, Billy, George, and Gene. Waiting for her at her place at the heavenly table were her sisters, Iris, Elnora, Vernie, Betty, Mary, Zelda and Marcie.

She is survived by her daughter, Shelly (Mikki); daughter of her heart, Helen; granddaughters, Shannon, Amy (JR), Regina (TJ); grandson, Mark; great-grandchildren, Jaren, Carter, Preston, Silas, Camdynn, Olivia, Alicia, and Kava. She is also survived by her brothers, Walt, and Nick (Vickie).

Jacquie was the light in our lives that kept us strong. We will miss her every day of the rest of our lives. Godspeed mama, I will miss you every day until I get my place at that table.

Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, October 11, 2021 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada.

She will be cremated and planted as a pink dogwood tree as was her wish. Any donations can be made in her name to the American Cancer society in care of the funeral home

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