Jacqueline Bryce

Jacqueline Joan Bryce

Saturday, August 22nd, 1931 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Jacqueline “Jackie” Bryce went to be with our Lord on May 14, 2020. A long-time resident of Colorado Springs, CO, she moved to NW Arkansas in 2005 to be near her only daughter, Wendy. She was an avid reader and especially liked mysteries. Jackie loved animals, and dogs were her favorite creatures. A dog hardly ever passed by that she didn’t ask to pet them. As part of a military family, she travelled the world as a child and young woman. During the 1970’s she was a member of the Broadmoor Curling Club and Speed Skating Club. In addition to the dogs that shared her life, Jackie also had a red quarter horse, named Rustler, for many years. She was generous to a fault with her small circle of friends, whom she loved immensely. She was preceded in death by her parents, Wylma M. Wolter (Stitt) and Maj. Herbert H. Wolter, formerly of Sparta, Wisconsin. Jackie is survived by a daughter, Wendy MacColl (McDonald) of Colorado Springs. A memorial service is tentatively planned for August 22, 2020. If you wish to donate in her memory, please give to the World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, or to your local animal shelter. As Jackie often said at the end of phone conversations, “Well, that’s all the news that’s fit to print!” Goodbye, dearest Momma.
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3 trees have been planted in memory of Jacqueline Joan Bryce

Diane Patton

Posted at 10:03am
We will always remember you Jackie. You were for kind and generous to us and Cassie. I will never forget our domino games. Many good times and no memories. Rest In Peace dear lady.

Louie, Diane and Cassie.

Wendy MacColl Posted at 05:02pm

Diane, thank you for sharing your memory of my mother. She always told me how much she enjoyed those domino games!

Keith Oxman

Posted at 10:15am
Jackie Bryce-an absolute one-of-a-kind who will be so missed. I'm forever grateful you were such a big part of my life.
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Wendy MaColl Posted at 10:29am

Thank you so much for your kind remembrances, Keith...and for planting a tree in memory of my mom.

Keith Oxman

Posted at 03:19am
Jackie Bryce was a very important person in my life. To say that she was a second mother to me would be more accurate and to the point. Being married to her daughter Wendy, Jackie was always there in support of us. Her great and joyful spirit I always found to be infectious. No matter what she might have been going through on any given day, she always made me feel like Wendy and I were the most important people in the world. She was as interested and supportive of me, her son-in-law, as my own mother was. I knew better than to ever try to match that entertaining wit and intellect of hers. I can remember many times being with Wendy and Jackie, when she would find the humor in situations that I would have never thought of. So many of her hilarious comments about those scenarios have stayed in my memory for the past few decades. In her own unique way, she greatly enriched my life and I am so grateful to have those cherished memories. Jackie will certainly be missed. This world is a better place because of her presence in it.

Keith Oxman

Wendy MacColl Posted at 10:12pm

So many great memories...thanks for taking the time to write this about my mom.

Daniel Smith

Posted at 06:28pm
With heartfelt condolences, and caring thoughts for you and Jackie...
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Wendy MacColl Posted at 07:37pm

Thank you for your kind remembrance, Daniel, and for planting another tree for my Mom.

Wendy A. MacColl

Posted at 03:46pm
Dearest Momma, I know you loved nature and watching the birds outside your window. I pray that many birds will perch and sing, and nest in this tree.
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