Jacquline R. Wood Obituary – Oklahoman

Jacquline Robinson Wood (Jackie) of Edmond, OK, died suddenly on the morning of May 9th. She was 82 years old. She was a shining light in this often difficult world and will be missed by so many friends and family.

Jackie was born to parents John Zack and NellRee Robinson of Freeport, FL. She grew up in a small fishing town and her playground was the beautiful white sand beaches of the Emerald Coast in the Panhandle of FL.

In 2020, she was predeceased by her husband of sixty years, Jerry Wood. She is survived by her two daughters, Tamara Wood and Dena Fancher, her husband William, and her grandchildren: Skyler Fancher, his wife Ashley, Tanner Bowen, Madison Fancher and Jesse Deason.

She began her studies at Huntington Methodist College and completed her degree in Early Childhood Development at the University of Troy in Alabama. She loved being a cheerleader in college and married the love of her life.

During her 36 years of teaching, she taught kindergarten in Dothan, AL, Pensacola, FL, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City. She has been an inspirational educator to her students and colleagues during her teaching career. She was no ordinary teacher; she was caring and unique and had a creative style that inspired enthusiasm in her students. She followed many of her students and parents even after they grew up.

Not a day went by that Jackie didn’t say how much her children and grandchildren meant to her. She felt that her family was probably the most important thing in her life. She was an amazing mother and grandmother. Jackie will always be remembered for being a stylish person with a bold sense of fashion. She might also surprise you with her quirky humor and quick wit. She had a very generous and generous spirit and always told people that she loved them first, most and best.

There is a tribute to Jackie on the Baggerley Funeral Home website, and a celebration of life is planned for a later date.

Posted May 14, 2022

Posted in The Oklahoman

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