Lucille F. Jackle, 55, of Baldwin, New York passed away peacefully after a long battle with cancer. Beloved wife of David, Loving mother of Marilyn. Beloved daughter of Albert and Marilyn Paladino. Cherished sister of Angel, Vickey and Claire. Survived by many nieces, nephews and grand nieces & nephews. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York. Funeral Mass on Monday, 10/21/13, 9:45 a.m. at St. Christopher's Church in Baldwin, New York. Private Cremation. Visiting on Saturday, 10/19/13 from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday, 10/20/13 from 2-4 p.m. & 7-9 p.m. 


Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Jennifer Vanegas on
I still cannot believe this....I love you tremendously..my heart breaks with everyone else. I am just comforted knowing I knew you and had the pleasure to call you my friend! Deepest sympathies to Dave and Mal..and all Lu's family. The world has gained a brilliant "diamond" in the sky! Love you forever.
Posted by Mr. & Mrs. Howard Lasher on
Dear Dave & Marilyn,
We were truly devastated to learn this morning of Lucy's passing away. Please accept our most sincere condolences and know that you are in our prayers..
Sincerely,
Howard & Jeanette
Posted by Karen Rifai on
Lucille, your pottery friends love you and will miss you. You were always a ray of sunshine at ARTrageous, and we'll look forward to being reunited with you on the other side.
With sympathy to your family for their loss.
Sincerely,
ARTrageous Karen and Crew
Posted by ED AND ROSEMARIE RUSSO on
We are so very sorry to hear of Lucy's passing. She was our son, Ed's BFF during his time at the Amex and after he left. He loved her like a sister. Our condolences to Dave and Marilyn. Our prayers are with the family. Love, Ed, Ro and EdIII XOXO
Posted by Iris Kassof on
Lu, I have known you for over 18 years through Island Ob/Gyn, and this has been one of the saddest moments for me. We are all grieving for you and your beautiful family. Rest in peace my dearest Lucille...heartfelt condolences to your entire family...with love, Iris
Posted by alice quinn on
I am shocked and saddened by the news. I will miss you Lu; but I am happy and blessed to have known you. I will always remember the good times! My deepest condolences to Dave, Mal, Vick & the rest of your family! May they, too, find comfort in the memories! love, al XOXO
Posted by Arleen Gargano on
If we are blessed when God calls us home we leave behind a legacy. For some it is a legacy of fame and fortune. For others it is a legacy of loving memories.
I consider myself blessed to cal Lucille Jackle my dear dear friend. It was an honor to be with Lucille on the last days of her life, to hold her hand and whisper in her ear. For those moments I will be forever grateful. As I sat with my friend, I could not helped but be touched by a room filled with love. Generations of family gathered by her side in a room overflowing with love and concern.
To have been loved so deeply, by so many, is Lucille's legacy. To touch a life and be remembered with a smile is Lucille's legacy.
She was my good, kind, caring, funny partner in crime. She made me smile and laugh in a world where things aren't always so funny.
I love her, I miss her, and I will remember her with a smile, always Arleen
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