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Jacqueline “Jackie” Day

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Jacqueline “Jackie” Day

March 8, 1952 ~ November 21, 2013

Jacqueline “Jackie” Day left us much too soon on November 21, 2013 after a short battle with cancer. She was born on March 8, 1952 in Grand Forks, British Columbia. She grew up in Spokane and later settled in the Wenatchee Valley, for the majority of her adult life. Jackie enjoyed cooking and hosting family at her home at Three Lakes, as well as many trips with her late husband and best friend, John. Jackie was a very caring wife, mother and friend, with a quiet gentle spirit. Jackie worked in the commercial insurance industry for 40 years and retired from Wells Fargo Insurance in 2012.

Her father, Charles “Pat” Bond, husband, John Day and sister, Renee Bond, preceded her in death. Jackie’s survivors include her mother, Jackie Bond of Colville; brothers, Larry Bond of Spokane and Joe Bond (Joyce) of Republic; son, Mathew Phillips of Bellingham (Lynn and son Jackson); daughter, Kristin Phillips of Wenatchee (Devin); daughter, Jennifer Fix of LaConner (daughters Alexa, Emily, and son Christian); and son, Jon Day of Seattle (Pauline & son J.R.).

In lieu of flowers, please remember Jackie by making a donation to the Wenatchee Food Bank, or a charity of your choice.A Celebration of Life for Jackie will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, December 7, 2013, at the Eastmont Community Church,783 4th NE, East Wenatchee. Telford’s Chapel of the Valley is assisting with arrangements.

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