Jacqueline Lorraine Manson
It is with profound sorrow we announce the passing of our beloved sister Jacqueline Lorraine Manson, 59, of Edmonton, AB , March 4, 2023.
Jacquie will be forever loved and missed by her husband Dwayne; Sisters Aileen (Wayne) Dembicki, Pamela (Rick) Yeremy; Colette (Gord) Oliver of Edmonton, AB; Carmen (Doug) Romaniuk of Barrhead, AB; Brother Will Manson; nephews Chris (Amanda) Romaniuk, Nick, Aaron, Coltyn (Katrina), nieces Adrienne (Daniel) and Coyote as well as her great nephews Austin Romaniuk; Roland Herzog and her great niece Mya Romaniuk. Jacquie was predeceased by her parents Wilf Manson and Marion Knockwood.
Jacquie was born in Calgary, AB and moved to Namao, AB and then to Edmonton in the early 1970's. Jacquie graduated from NAIT where she achieved her diploma in Marketing. Jacquie spent many years working at Telus in Line Assignment until a debilitating back injury forced her into early retirement.
Jacquie was bigger than life. She was bold, bossy, wild, hilarious and just loved to have fun. When Jacquie wanted something done, it just got done, no question. Jacquie made things happen and for those of us on the receiving end, we thank God for her. Jacquie was a wonderful, caring and giving person. Anyone who knew her knew how passionate she was for always giving a helping hand. You could always count on her, she never let you down. She was selfless even in death. Her final gift was organ donation.
Jacquie loved spending time with her family and friends, chatting on the phone, a night out at the races with her brother and Dwayne, she loved a good meal and great friends.
Her family feels so blessed to have been her family but we couldn’t be more heartbroken to lose such a treasure in our lives. We know Jacquie is probably bossing around the big guns upstairs and making sure things get done.
We love you Jacquie, and we know you are happy and free. Until we meet again sweet girl, may you rest in peace.
My heartfelt condolences & prayers to my nieces & nephew & Jacquie’s loving & devoted husband Dwayne. Heaven gained a beautiful angel. Rest peacefully Jacquie.
I will miss you dearly! It was a privilege to call you my friend. My life was better for having you in it.
To Dwayne, Aileen, Pam, Colette, Carmen, Will
I offer you all my heartfelt condolences.
May Jacquie’s beautiful soul rest in peace.
My deepest condolences to Jacquie’s husband Dwayne, her sisters Aileen, Carmen, Pam, Colette, her brother Will, and all of her nieces and nephews. My love and prayers go out to all of you.
Jacquie was a selfless. generous, hilarious, and fiercely devoted friend who I cannot even begin to imagine life without. Knowing her has enriched my life immeasurably, as I know it has for countless other people.
Goodbye “sister bossypants”, my dearest friend. I will always miss you.
Dwayne, I am so sorry for your loss. I met Jackie through my cousin David a few years ago. I didn’t know her long, but I knew her long enough to know she was a great person and friend to many. My condolences to you and her family. She was a special lady who will be missed tremendously.
Bob and I, as so many are shocked and saddened to hear of Jacquies sudden passing. There was never a time when we saw here that she was not smiling. We send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
Sandy and Bob
Dwayne and family,
I’m so sorry to hear of Jaquie’s passing, she will be missed. I keep expecting to see her come bouncing through the doors with a big smile on her face. She was so fun, always kind and generous. She had a happy, caring spirit. I will miss the silly ways she’d get me to change her luck and all our little chats. She was genuine and down to earth and truly cared for others. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time.
There are no words to express how sad I am for all of you Jacquie was the best neighbour and friend. She was tenacious,loud and giving. I will miss her calls our coffees and chats over the fence. Sending love to all of u