We are so sorry for your loss. Jackie was truly a sweet soul! Jay and I enjoyed visiting with her. She was such a dear friend to Linda. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Loved my dear aunt, she was such a caring loving person to all. Will miss our chats about her family , especially the grandchildren and great grandchildren. It brought her so much happiness when they all got together. She was happy that Roger was doing his Christmas village because it reminded her of her loving husband. She really enjoyed the walks with Debra and David. She missed Keith so much and was happy that Kathy reached out to her. She gave me comfort when I needed it the most so I will always have special memories of her . I will always carry the special memory of her visit with me here in Tennessee, she spent time with my mom, dad and my granddaughter just visiting
I will miss my dear aunt, she and I would have frequent chats. She told me how happy she was that the great grandchildren had came for a visit and she was looking forward to seeing Roger’s Christmas village. (It reminded her of uncle Will) and how she enjoyed going on walks with Debra and David. How thankful she was to Kathy for talking about Keith. She would tell me how well Tera was doing and what beautiful children she has. All happy thoughts and memories. We would laugh about the adventures of my dogs and each time she heard my John she would just say check on him he sounds like he’s having fun. Jackie came to my home in Tennessee right before my dad got sick and spent time with my parents and my granddaughter. That will always be a special memory. So dear one go to the heavens and join those who are there to love and great you home. Love always your niece Christie
I will miss my dear aunt and our frequent chats. Our last conversation was about how excited she was to go see Roger’s Christmas village and the birthday of a great grandchild. She enjoyed walking with Debra and David and doing the gardening. She was so thankful to Kathy for talking about Keith. She would laugh when she would hear my husband going on about football and at my stories about my puppies. I will always have the special memory of her visit to me here in Tennessee , we had lunch with my mom and dad and my granddaughter. She loved being in Tennessee. She is now back in the arms of her loving husband son and family AT PEACE . Love always your niece Christie
I loved my Aunt Jackie so much, she was a loving person, she always told us she loved us. I will miss her.
Please forgive me if this is a repeat had trouble posting. Loved having our chats and catching up with her. She was so proud of her family, a few days ago she was telling me how excited she was to see Roger’s Christmas village and her great granddaughters birthday. She enjoyed doing the gardening and walking with Debra and David. Her heart was broken with the loss of Keith but was happy that Kathy talked to her about his life. She missed uncle Will everyday and asked about my mom. She helped me through my terrible loss’s and I will always be greatful. She is now in the arms her loved ones. I will miss her but I KNOW SHE IS HAPPY
Jacquelyn “Jackie” Overfield, 83, passed away on Thursday, October 21, 2021. She was born on April 21, 1938, to Edwin and Cliftia Housman in Evansville, Indiana.
Jackie was known for her love of gardening, fishing, and basketball. She was also known to get lost in various mystery novels from time to time. In addition, Jackie enjoyed soaking in the breathtaking views of the mountains in Gatlinburg, Tennessee; it was her favorite spot. Her family was her most prized possession. She truly treasured each moment spent with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Jackie will be deeply missed by her family.
Jackie was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 47 years, Wilford A. Overfield; son, Keith A. Overfield; brothers, Eddie Housman and Bob Housman; sister Betty Wehr.
Jackie is survived by her daughter, Debra (David) Whobrey; son, Roger (Danielle) Overfield; daughter-in-law, Kathy Overfield; 4 brothers, Bill Housman, John Housman, Ricky Housman, and Randy Housman; 7 grandchildren, Tera (Pete) Andrecht, Alicia (Dave) Shirley, David (Jo) Overfield, Julie (Allen) Woodruff, Brittney Schuit, Andrew (Kaiti) Overfield, Emily Fleming; 9 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
There will be a graveside service at 10am on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, at Sunset Memorial Park. Those who wish to attend are asked to meet at Sunset Funeral Home at 9:45am to join in procession to graveside.
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