Jacqueline Schaub Obituary, Retired Servicer With Mississippi Power And Light Has Sadly Died

Jacqueline Schaub Obituary, Death – The 90-year-old Magee resident Jacqueline Toy Ware Schaub peacefully went away at her home on Wednesday, April 3, 2024. Jackie was born on June 7, 1933, to the late Delus Ethel Ware and the late Nola Ainsworth Ware. Raised in a big family in Taylorsville, Mississippi, she went to high school there and cheered on the Tartars. It was the site of her high school graduation. While attending Jones Junior College, she made cherished moments as a majorette in the marching band. Among the most unforgettable experiences she had after graduating from high school were road adventures in her red convertible.

She retired after a long and fruitful career with Mississippi Power and Light. She attended both the First Baptist Church and the First United Methodist Church, however she eventually joined both. Her devotion to the Lord and time spent studying the Bible were major aspects of her life. She was well-known for her profound love for her loyal friend and canine, Sugar. She delighted in going discount shopping, playing bridge with her friends and family, and spending quality time on her patio chatting with loved ones. She had a fiery enthusiasm for dancing, and her family would often find themselves entertained by her performances.

She found immense joy in spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and they treasured the opportunity to do the same. Sheryl Shaub Parish, Jacqueline’s daughter, is married to James. William Stephen Schaub and David Ware Schaub, her sons, are married to Joy. Courtney Fisher, Hayden Schaub, Olivia Rowe, Sam Taylor, and their respective husbands Curt, Mark, and Alyssa are her grandchildren. Abby Fisher, Maverick Schaub, Ardsley Rowe, and Aven Rowe are her great-grandchildren. Jacqueline’s sister, Hettie Doris Myrick, is also surviving.

She was predeceased by her entire family: Ben Ware, Tom Ware, Johnnie Carlson, Jessie Leake, Frances Dickens, and Ruth LaBorde, to name a few sisters. Those closest to her will miss her dearly, but they can take solace in knowing that she is at peace with the Lord Jesus Christ, who loved her very much. Tutor Funeral Home in Magee, Mississippi, will have a visitation from 10:00 am to 11:00 am on Friday, April 5, 2024, so friends and family can pay their respects to the family. A funeral will be held at Magee’s Southern Memorial Gardens at eleven o’clock in the morning.

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