Jacqueline Louise Marmon of Osceola died Aug. 5, 2021, after a sudden battle with acute liver failure. She was 64.

Jackie was born March 17, 1957, in Hammond, Ind., to Clarence and Norma Lahners. The oldest of their seven children. After graduating from Osceola High School in 1975 she worked at UFE in Dresser. This is where she met and then went on to marry her husband of 41 years, Alan Marmon, on December 22, 1979. Together they have four children, Melissa, David, Brian and Theresa. As well as two grandchildren that she loved and cherished deeply, Gavin and Kylie.

Jackie was passionate about doing crafts but crocheting beautiful and personalized gifts ranging from blankets, scarfs to shawls for family and friends is what she loved best. When she wasn’t filling her home with the wonderful smells of her baking goodies, she could be found in her chair crocheting something new. With two girls and two boys, Jackie was involved in Scouts. She was a “huge cookie mom” and an amazing troop leader for Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. For the last 14 years she has been the coordinator of the Monday night mixed doubles local pool league. Her family and friends describe her as an amazingly wonderful and caring woman with a heart of gold. She will be missed greatly.

Jackie was preceded in death by her parents, Clarence and Norma (Reed) Lahners; her younger sister, Marilyn (Lahners) Anderson; her nephew, Lucus Smith, and her niece, Amanda Smith.

Jackie is survived by husband Al; her four children; Melissa Johnson (Shaun Peterson), David Marmon, Brian Marmon and Theresa Vance (Ryan); two grandchildren, Gavin Dahl and Kylie Vance; sisters, Jo (Ron) Jasperson, Linda (Joe) Kahl, Donna (Mike) Peterson, Judy (Frank) Smith and brother, Ron Lahners.

A memorial service will be held Aug. 20 at 3 p.m. at the Grandstrand Funeral Home, Osceola, with a visitation starting at 1 p.m. Condolences may be expressed online at www.grandstrandfh.com.

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