Jacqueline Grosz
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Saturday
6
July

Visitation at Funeral Home

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Saturday, July 6, 2019
Morton Funeral Home / Ridgewood Chapels
663 Grandview Ave.
Ridgewood, New York, United States
Saturday
6
July

Funeral Service

3:00 pm
Saturday, July 6, 2019
Morton Funeral Home / Ridgewood Chapels
663 Grandview Ave.
Ridgewood, New York, United States

Final Resting Place

Fresh Pond Crematory
61-40 Mt. Olivet Crescent
Middle Village, New York, United States

Obituary of Jacqueline Grosz

After a extremely difficult year I am sad to share that MY Sister Jackie has left us to 
go to a hopefully BETTER place. SHE was
truly a strong, tough independent Women
who GAVE HER ALL to those SHE LOVED 
And Cherished. SHE did NOT have a easy
Nor calm life. SHE relied upon Herself and
extremely often would NEVER ask for help.
SHE would find a way to accomplish many things on HER OWN without having to rely
upon asking ANYONE for help. However,
SHE WAS the 1st to offer and execute ANY
favor asked upon HER. SHE found serenity
late in life through joining a social center 
where SHE met women who lit up HER life
through general caring and sharing TRUE
Friendships. SHE never gave Herself the 
credit SHE earned and deserved for being
the GIVING woman SHE was. Gruff and yes
tough at times, SHE had a facade to survive
in HER way. WE were ALWAYS close from
when I was Her little brother. SHE LOVED 
and accepted ME for the boy I was than 
the man I became. I was able to guide and
teach HER things that brought to HER many
Exciting learnings and introduced HER to
experiences SHE held close to HER heart.
We went to Puerto Rico and on cruises that
SHE would never have allowed Herself to do.
The GREATEST LOVE of HER life was HER
late husband TONY. HE was truly a gift from
Heaven and the Best thing ever to happen to
Her. She is survived by a son that SHE loved
Unconditionally. Her face would light up at the mere mention of his name. He was and will
ALWAYS be HER 2td shining star right behind
Tony. She had 2 grandchildren that are gifted 
in many areas of education as well as taking
Great achievements in martial arts, sports,
and academics. She has a older sister that 
She loved and wanted to do so much to keep 
Her happy and take time for herself. I was
Always HER "MUGS" or monkey when I was
a youngster. She taught me in my early days
to be strong and always stand up for what I
believed in. Later in life I was able to return
the favor by keeping Her up to current times.
She was afforded the friendship of a special 
friend that lasted for decades. She then met
a wonderful circle of girlfriends thru a center 
and finally had the acceptance, care, love,
and respect along with safety that She never
knew existed. Jackie has SHONE Her light on 
Many many lucky people and most surely will
be missed by all those SHE touched
LIFE is short. If there are people in your life
that you care for and maybe due to ALL OUR
Busy lives we do NOT get to see often or at all
I beg of you to just take ONE minute and let
THEM KNOW they ARE cared about. Just a call
card, e mail, text, or visit WILL INDEED last and BRIGHTEN more then that ONE hour YOU choose to say "HELLO". 

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