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Today we celebrate the life of Jacqueline Caradine who gained her angel wings on April 15th, 2021.
Jacqueline Caradine affectionately known as “Jackie” was the first born of two children from the union of Bert and Jewell Caradine she was born on October 12th, 1961 in Chicago, IL.
She attended high school at Farragut Career Academy afterwards she began volunteering in the political sector of the West Side of Chicago. She later started working as an Emergency Dispatcher at Midway Airport where she worked up the ranks and became a Supervisor. After several years of working in Emergency Management, she returned to school and obtained her certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling where she began her career in Social Services. Jackie was passionate about helping others who were battling with alcohol and substance abuse. Jackie truly believed everyone deserves a second chance and was willing to help anyone in need. She was a wealth of knowledge. Jackie assisted those who were in need of employment, rental assistance, skilled training and those are just a few ways she positively impacted her community.
Joy entered her life when she met Mark James and conceived her only child Margo Elizabeth Caradine whom she loved and cherished deeply.
Jackie enjoyed traveling with her daughter and grandson, where they embarked on many journeys and created priceless memories. Jackie was knowledgeable with all things news, politics, current events and plugged into anything happening locally. A few of her favorite pastimes were indulging in true crime cases, murder mysteries and documentaries. Her witty personality brought a smile to everyone’s face which made it easy for her to make new acquaintances everywhere she went. Jackie truly had inner strength that kept her strong during the many challenges she faced. She was humble, welcoming, and giving. Jackie will be remembered for being loyal, graceful, and resilient.
Jacqueline was preceded in death by her parents Bert and Jewell Caradine, and Stepmother Helena Caradine. Left to mourn her loving and precious memory: Her daughter Margo, Grandson Ashton, Brother Bert Jr., and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and her beloved grand dog Ace.
Services Entrusted to:
AA Rayner & Sons Funeral Home
5911 W Madison St, Chicago, IL 60644
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