Jacqueline 'Jackie' (Emerick) Brown January 18, 1936 – March 22, 2022
Celebration of Life
April 16, 2022
Jacqueline (Jackie) Brown passed away peacefully Tuesday, March 22, with her daughters at her bedside.
Jackie was born Jan. 18, 1936 in Port Huron, Michigan to the late Harry and Lillian (Warner) Emerick. She was the eldest of eight children.
Jackie is preceded in death by her husband James (Jim) Brown, 2020 and siblings, Sheila, Peaches (Harriet) and Judy.
Left to cherish the loving legacy of Jackie includes her three daughters, Lisa (Jimmy) of Riverside, California, Sue (Gary) of Tehachapi and Pam (Dennis) of Searcy, Arkansas; her Sisters, Gloria and Laurie; brothers, Buddy (Harry) and Bill; her companion Lil Bit (Shih Tzu); best friend Roz Meadows; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other family members and friends.
Throughout her life Jackie enjoyed time spent with her husband Jim and her best friends Rick and Roz Meadows traveling with their motorcycle group "Whoopi Wheels." She also enjoyed dancing, music, casinos and family gatherings.
Later in life she will be remembered for her sense of humor, especially with her doctors at Unity Hospital in Searcy, Arkansas.
Celebration of life is planned for May 21 in Covina, California. Jackie will be laid to rest with the love of her life Jim Brown at Little Rock National Cemetery, Little Rock Arkansas.
Arrangements by Arkansas Cremation.
The Moment that you left me,
My heart split in two. One side filled with memories, the other side died with you. I often lay awake at night when the world is fast asleep, and take a walk down memory lane with tears upon my cheek. Remembering you is easy, I do it everyday; but missing you is a heartache that never goes away. I hold you tightly within my heart and there you will remain. You see life has gone on without you, but it will never be the same.
She Is Not Gone
Ease your grief, she is not gone,
For in your heart, she lingers on.
Her smile, her laugh, her special way,
Will comfort you, from day to day.
You'll feel her presence in the breeze,
That dances gently, through the trees.
And it's her face that you shall see,
When you're in need of company.
At any time, you can recall,
The love you shared...you saved it all.
And in time, more than anything,
You'll find peace in remembering.