Jacqueline Alcerro

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Jacqueline Sandra Alcerro age 43, passed away Thursday morning at 2:25am. Jacqueline who loved to be called “Jackie” by all loved ones was born on September 20, 1977 to her parents Marie Rodrigues & Fernando Rodrigues whom loved her dearly. Jackie was a loving mother of 3 beautiful children, Larssen, Tania and Nicky. She raised her children with love and devotion alongside her ex husband Larssen N. Alcerro. As a mother, godmother, aunt, daughter, granddaughter, and grand mother she cherished every moment she could. She also loved dancing and singing, which brought immense joy and laughter to everyone around her. Jackie also loved cooking exotic foods and trying out new recipes! She was an amazingly creative person once she stepped into the kitchen. But Jackie was most proud of her family. For sticking by her side no matter how dark times might have gotten, she knew she could always count on her family. Aside from her own children she also has two grandchildren, the oldest being Nyla M Alcerro and the youngest Mason E Ochoa, which she adored each of them like they were her own. Jackie also has a younger sister, Jeanette Rodrigues in which the two shared so many laughs and many loving memories alongside her two nieces, Natalie Rodrigues and Kayla Quenquan and nephew, Bryan Devia. Services will be a Direct Cremation by August F Shmidt Memorial on 1/21/21. “2 Timothy 4:7 “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith”
A Memorial Tree was planted for Jacqueline
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at August F. Schmidt Memorial Funeral Home
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Jacqueline Alcerro

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Jacqueline Alcerro

1977 - 2021

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