Margaret  Jackelwicz

Obituary of Margaret Agnes Jackelwicz

Margaret Agnes Jackelwicz, 94,  of Union Court Assisted Living, passed away peacefully into eternal life on Wednesday April 21, 2021. 

She was born on Sept. 4, 1926 to Joseph and Adeline (Bauman) Bueche in Chesaning, Michigan. Margaret married John (Jack) Jackelwicz on June 7, 1949 and  they made their home in Clio, MI.  They raised their family there and celebrated nearly 68 years of marriage prior to Jack's passing on April 17, 2012.

First and foremost, Margaret was a homemaker, but also shared in the ownership and operation of their business, Jack's TV Sales & Service in Clio until retirement.  As a lifelong active member of SS Charles & Helena Church, she shared her faith and love for family with all those who knew her and now left to cherish her memory.

Surviving are children, John Jackelwicz of Florence, KY, Charlene (Doug) Gunter of Standish, MI, Beth Goldstein of Winter Springs, FL, Mary Jo (David) Dunsire of Cincinnati, OH, Debi (Larry) Fisher of Clarkston, MI, 10 grandchildren and 15 (almost) great grandchildren. Margaret is also survived by siblings, Marie Adams of Chesaning, MI, Kathleen Chilton of Grand Rapids, MI and Ken (Carol) Bueche of Chesaning, MI.  

Margaret was preceded in death by husband, Jack, and an infant child, Sally Jo, parents, Joseph and Adeline Bueche, as well as siblings; Norbert Bueche, Louise Kowalesky, Wilbert Bueche, Bob Bueche, Birgetta Patterson-Giles and Charlotte Bila.

The family would also like to express their sincere gratitude to the selfless caregivers of Union Court Assisted Living in Chesaning, MI and 

Careline Hospice of Jackson, MI for their compassionate care for Margaret.

A  private Christian mass and final inurnment at Great Lakes National Cemetery will take place at a later date.

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