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Jacqueline Murphy

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Jackie was born in Long Beach, CA, experiencing the great earthquake in 1933 at the age of six, and was raised in Huntington Park, graduating in 1945. She met her loving husband on a blind date while she was attending Whittier College, and they were married on November 24, 1946. She dedicated her life to her family and homemaking. She excelled in home decorating and sewing and had a passion for gardening. They raised their children in Long Beach and later retired to Fallbrook before moving to the Colony in Murrieta and becoming members of Rancho Community Church in 1994. She is survived by her husband, Curt; sister Marion; children Kathy, Debby and Dave; give grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was a devoted daughter, loving wife, nurturing mother, loving grandmother, great-grandmother,and true friend. Jackie touched the hearts of many, always bringing a smile, and will be missed by all.

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  1. My beautiful mother,
    You conceived me in love You carried me within You gave birth to me You instilled your love in me You gave me a warm home and You filled it with your love You sewed beautiful clothes for me You made every day special You nurtured me You guided me You held my head when I was sick You made it all o.k. You instilled confidence within me You nourished me You gave me peace You kept me safe You led by your loving example You respected our differences and You celebrated all we have in common You loved me just as I am and You kept on loving me no matter what You celebrated my accomplishments You encouraged my sense of wonder You helped me grow and I am so very blessed because of You You are my mother You are my friend and You are my precious gift!
    May God ✝︎ hold you in the palm of his hands and give you peace.
    Until we meet again, please always know how very much we love you❤️
    XOX All our love, and more, PD&CS��

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