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JACQULYN LINDQUIST RASMUSSEN

Our beloved Jacqulyn Lindquist Rasmussen passed away October 20, 2020.

She was born in Provo, Utah on November 2, 1958; the eldest daughter of Barbara and William Lindquist. She graduated from Orem High School in 1977, and went on to study design at Brooks College In Long Beach, California and enjoyed travel to New York City. She became a highly respected professional as the regional head underwriter in workman’s comp with Wausau Insurance for companies such as Boeing, Coca Cola and Coors, living in Colorado Springs and Castle Rock, Colorado and Wichita, Kansas. She served other companies in the industry in Bend, Oregon and was successful in her career helping people and traveling. Her last years she lived in and enjoyed Springville, Utah and Savannah, Georgia.

She was the Mother of three children; Ashley, Ryan and Jacob – her greatest love and deepest joy. She was a loving grandmother, a playful aunt, wise sister and a cherished friend to all who crossed her path. Always creative she enjoyed gardening, crocheting and crafts. She loved animals and children with a caring soul and adventurous spirit, sharing this with her beloved cat Yeggy of 20 years. She loved traveling and going to concerts. Music always permeated her life.

She became a Born Again Christian with a faith that could not be broken despite circumstances. She was known for her fierce intelligence and determination with a compassionate joyful heart, attitude and sense of humor. She will be missed.

She is survived by her children Ashley, Ryan, and Jacob and siblings Kris, Kyle, Rex, Lori, Lisa, and Nicki along with seven grandchildren and many nieces and nephews and preceded in death by her parents Barbara and William Lindquist.

Services and internment will be held on the day of her birth, November 2, 2020 for immediate family at Goshen cemetery in the Lindquist family plot.

Memorial donations in lieu of flowers can be made to Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch at crystalpeaksyouthranch.org

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  1. KATHLEEN ROBERSON says:

    I WILL CERTAINLY MS “JACKIE JOY”, AS I REFERRED TO HER. SHE WAS A SPECIAL PERSON TO ALL OF US AT THE CHURCH, SECOND EBENEZER MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH IN SAVANNAH, GA.
    THE LAST TIME I SPENT WITH HER BEFORE HER DIMISE, SHE WAS PRAISING THE LORD AND ALSO CALLING ON JESUS TO BE WITH HER.

    HER HALLELUJAH SPIRIT WILL ALWAYS REIGN FOREVER.
    REST ON “JACKIE JOY”.

  2. Pauline Holmes says:

    Always enjoyed hearing her testimonies every Sunday morning she always had a smile and loved engaging in conversations she will be misses God bless you

  3. Patricia Solomon Holmes says:

    I refer to her as Sister Jackie. She showed and shared her love with everyone she met. She Loved God and his darling son Jesus. You could see it in her face everytime she spoke of them. Sister Jackie and I taught a Sunday School class together. She loved and enjoyed working with the children. I, along with our Sunday School, will always love her. I am so grateful to God for letting sister Jackie pass our way.To her family, you have our deepest condolences.

  4. Kim Groneman says:

    Jackie was litterally the girl next door. She grew up next door to me and was 4 years younger. I often spent time with her and her brother Kris. She was a spirited young girl with fire in her eyes….and a pest to us older boys in the neighborhood sometimes. 🙂 I haven’t seen her since I moved away from home in 1973 but I think about her family often and wondered what had happened to them. I saw this obituary in the Provo paper. Condolences to her family.

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