Jackie Lewis, long time active Grace Church member, died Saturday morning.
Her funeral will be held at Grace Church Thursday (tomorrow) at noon.
Visitation will be from 10 am to noon.
A luncheon for family and friends will be served at Grace about 3:30 pm following graveside services.
Here is her obituary from Neihard Gillard funeral home:
LEWIS, Jacqueline Snow, 66, of Springfield Township, passed away on Saturday September 25, 2010 at the Ohio State University Medical Center.
Jacqueline was born in Hamilton, Ohio on August 28, 1944 to John and Katherine Snow. She is survived by her loving daughter Kimberly (Steve) Herrmann of Harrison, Ohio. Jacqueline is also survived by two sisters, Elaine (Myron) Hughes of Poinciana, Florida, and Pamela Walden Snead of Clearwater, Florida and also a brother, Charles Frank (Carol) Walden of Maineville, Ohio. Jacqueline also leaves behind 3 grandchildren, Katherine, Simon and Samuel as well as nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
She was involved in the Nannie Helen Burroughs Federated Club where she served as President and was very active in her Church and loved to play bingo as well as an active participant in the Springfield Township government.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ohio River Valley Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and a Special Memorial Fund for Jackie's grandchildren's college education through Fifth Third bank.
A Visitation will be held on Thursday September 30, 2010 at the Grace Episcopal Church on Hamilton Ave at Belmont Ave in North College Hill [sic], Ohio from 10am until noon and a Funeral service will follow with Father Stephen Bondurant officiating at noon. Graveside services will follow at Butler County Memorial Park, 4500 Trenton-Oxford Road in Hamilton, Ohio.
You can see the funeral home's page for Jackie here
Junior Warden Wanda Miller says of Jackie, "I know Jackie as a loving mother and grandmother, soft spoken, smiling, a true LADY. Jackie for years has taken care of our bulletin boards. She has served on Altar Guild for years and served on Vestry/Mission Council. Jackie truly has served our Lord in her actions."
Senior Warden says, "Please keep Jackie's daughter Kim Herrman and her husband Steve Herrman and their family in your prayers at this very difficult time. May her soul rest in peace."
You can read about some of the events leading up to Jackie's death here