With her kids and grandkids, Jacqueline never missed a game or event. Everyone knew family was job one. She was even a den mother for a good amount of years with the Scouts. She loved to do a little camping: earlier years found her roughing it in a tent, but she’d later graduate to a camper. She rooted for the Phils and the Eagles. She didn’t eat out and was a cook for the ages: Jacqueline made it all from scratch.
A young Jacqueline McCloskey would meet a dashing guy named Charles. They’d share an old fashioned marriage of 50 years: he never left the house without a kiss; dinner was on the table at 5. She was blessed with 3 children: Hank Zickler, the late Michael, and Dawn (John) Antico; and later by 4 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
Come celebrate 80 great years Monday 6-8 p.m. and Tuesday 9-10 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside where there will be a 10:30 service. Interment Princeton Memorial Park .