MaryJackline

June 16, 2021 - January 26, 2016


On January 26 , 2016, Mary T. Jackline (nee Miller), passed peacefully from this earth surrounded by her family, welcomed home by our Heavenly Father.
Born May 31, 1935, Mary was a native Pittsburgher. Mary graduated from LaRoche college Mother’s Day, May 4, 1982, where she and her family were featured on the front page of the Pittsburgh Press. She was a longtime member of St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church, North Hills, where she was a member and treasurer of the choir for many years. Loving and devoted wife to Dr. Joseph Jackline for 34 years, her greatest joy came from her nine children, Mary Beth Pearse, Gina (& David) Wahl, Maureen Simmons, Cynthia Farbo, Joseph (& Colleen) Jackline III, Eric (& Stacy) Jackline, Kurt (& Elizabeth) Jackline, Kristin (& Robert Williams), and Michelle (& Michael) Ruperto, her 21 Grandchildren and 1 Great-Grandchildren. Mary is also survived by sister Constance Kubiak, Tampa FL; brothers Lawrence Miller, Annapolis MD; Dennis Miller, Frisco TX, and Michael Miller, Hanover Park IL, and nine nieces and nephews.
The family extends its many, many thanks to the loving staff at the Little Sisters of the Poor, Brighton Heights, where Mary lived out her final days. Thank you for your unmatched dedication to excellence, kindness, and respect for the elderly.
Viewing will be held at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 806 Perry Hwy. Ross Twp. Friday, January 29, 2016, 2-4 & 6-8PM. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Sebastian’s Roman Catholic Church on Saturday 9:30AM. Internment to follow at Allegheny County Memorial Park, in the mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Little Sisters of the Poor, 1028 Benton Ave., Pittsburgh PA.

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  • George (Buddy) Cranford

    I will truly miss Mary. From the first day I met her in 1964, I knew God had put an angel on this earth. She was so kind and gentle It is not the permanent loss of a dear woman but the tender sense of sadness that comes in saying good-bye to someone we love. May today’s sorrow give way to the peace and comfort of God’s love. Mary was an angel on this earth and God has taken her home. You were loved here and in my heart, I will remember you always.

  • Amanda Miller

    Aunt Mary was a great lady! She was a blast to spend time with. I have such good memories spending time with her at her house when we were little, and we also had a great trip to New Mexico! I will miss her dearly but I know she is dancing and celebrating with joy!

 

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