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Jacqueline Singo

Jacqueline Louise "Jackie" Singo

Wednesday, March 17th, 1954 - Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
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SINGO - Jacqueline Louise “Jackie”, 66, Jenner Crossroads, went to be with her Savior on her birthday, March 17th, 2020, at her home, surrounded by family. Born March 17, 1954 in Somerset. Beloved daughter of Homer G. and Thomasine J. (Johnson) Singo. Preceded in death by father and sister Gwendolyn Maree Faith. Survived by loving mother, with whom she resided; brother Jeffrey Glen and his wife Nancy and their sons James Thomas “JT” and Calvin Jeffrey; “sister” Cheryl (Singo) married to Robert Burba and their daughter Elizabeth; brother-in-law Sam Faith; nieces Jodi Maree Paul, Nikki Rae Rodgers and Ginelle Kay Michael and great nieces and great nephews. Jackie was a 1972 graduate of Charles W. Woodward High School, Rockville, MD. After graduating, she worked as a Xerox operator for the US Department of Transportation. Jackie was diagnosed with Ataxia Telangiectasia, as a young child. She fearlessly faced A-T with poise, grace, and courage and placed her trust not in the diagnosis, but her Savior Jesus Christ. Jackie championed for the awareness of A-T, and participated in many A-T Walks. Despite the severe physical limitations, her spirit remained strong. She far exceeded the life expectancy of a person with A-T. She had an infectious smile and sense of humor. Jackie loved music, camping, family reunions, enjoying the sunshine, swimming, word puzzles and playing games. Most of all, she enjoyed time with her family and, especially, her precious nieces and nephews. Jackie grew up in Silver Spring, MD, and moved to Jenner Crossroads in 1993. She attended the Boswell Church of God. Due to public health concerns, a private viewing and funeral will be held at Hoffman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 409 Main Street, Boswell. Interment Jenner Crossroads Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in her memory to Interim Hospice, 322 Warren St., Suite 250, Johnstown, PA 15905 or the charity of your choice. To express condolences, make a donation or plant a memorial tree, visit HoffmanFuneralHomes.com.
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    Location
    Jenner Crossroads Cemetery
    Address
    1264 Blacks Hill Road
    BOSWELL, PA 15531
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Due to public health concerns, a private viewing and service will be held.

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Donations are being accepted for: Interim Home Health.

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ruby burkhart

Posted at 07:46pm
I always loved to see her beautiful smile and sense of humor. she never complained of anything and seemed to love seeing people and talking to all. she will be sadly missed and remembered always. Love to all💕🙏. ruby
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Edward Kegg

Posted at 12:40pm
Edward Kegg

Jackie was one of a kind. Always smiling and quick with a comeback for something you would say and you didn't even think she was listening. She was my hero. I can never remember her ever complaining about her life. My wife, Theresa, held her in high esteeme. We will all miss her smile and quick wit. Love Cousin "IT"
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Teresa (Singo) Claiborne

Posted at 07:28pm
Jackie will always be my hero...forever admired for her strength & faith. Heaven is brighter today because of her! Her loving cousin Teresa
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