Jacqueline Noblett Bredhoff

By February 22, 2013 Obituaries

Jacqueline Noblett Bredhoff, 62 of Charleston died Tuesday.  Ms. Bredhoff had worked as a police department dispatcher.  Arrangements are pending at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services.

9 Comments

  • Lisa Puccia says:

    Matthew and David the PUCCIA family is so sorry for your loss. Your mom was one of the most sincere genuine person I have ever known. If there is anything we can do please let us know. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

  • Linda Foster Abbamonte says:

    I went to high school with Jackie in Rochester, New York. Jackie was a beautiful, sweet person I liked a lot and who was liked by everyone who knew her at East High School. My thoughts and prayers are with her and David and Matthew. She will be missed.

  • Peggy Powderly Whitford says:

    I also went to East High School with Jackie. She was such a nice person. Always willing to help others. She always walked around with a smile on her face. My condolences to her sons David and Matthew. I’ll keep her in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Tommy from East High says:

    I too went to East High, and am also 62, same age as Jackie. I don’t remember her, or let alone remember many from my graduating class ’68. i feel compelled to say something. This makes me think you never know when the good Lord will come calling. So we have to be ready at any moment..May God rest Jackie’s soul in peace..

  • syndie says:

    Matthew and David, your mom was the sweetest person. I’ll miss talking to her about Yoga. Her knowledge on the subject was unsurpassed. My hope is your family find comfort in each other knowing she is at peace.

  • Sue Christopher says:

    I also had the pleasure of going to East High School with Jackie. What a sweet girl, her smile lite up a room. The Lord took her too soon but he needed her more..RIP

  • Jeff Schwartz says:

    I knew Jacque when she lived in Penfield and Matthew and David were very young boys. I was shocked by the news of her passing and extend my condolences. She was a wonderful and caring person who brightened the world.
    If David or Matthew would contact me it would be appreciated.

  • Mike Nyerges says:

    I am so sorry to learn of Jackie’s death. I remember her well. She was one of the nicest, most cheerful persons I knew at East High and we graduated the same year, 1968. Because of our last names, we often sat next to each other in class and she made many a class more tolerable because of that. I’m so very sorry for your loss. She was too young and I am sure well loved.

  • Henk Huussen says:

    Hard to believe and even understand why Jackie is gone from us already. I had the honor of being with Jackie in grammer school (RCS) and high school (East High). During our grade school years Jackie was my puppy love and I truly enjoyed going to her house to see her and her two brothers Mark & Graig. Dave & Matthew, you two had a great & wonderful Mom and I’ll never forget her. Thanks Jackie for all the wonderful memories.