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January 3rd, 2007

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11:35 am - Jacqueline R. Teschler (1924-2006)

Jacqueline R. Teschler

Jacqueline R. Teschler, 82, of Kenosha, went to her Lord Friday, Dec 22, 2006, after a 2.5 year courageous battle with cancer at Hospice Alliance Hospice House.

The daughter of Louis H. and Agnes Greenwald she was born August 17, 1924 at Kenosha Memorial Hospital. She graduated from Kenosha High School in 1942 and entered Nurses training at St. Mary's School of Nursing in Milwaukee graduating in 1946 as a Registered Nurse. She would later in 1980 graduate with a bachelor of science degree from the college of St. Francis in Peoria IL in Health Arts.

In 1946, she began her career as an R.N. in the medical department of Nash Motors with the exception of one year that she worked at the North Dade County Blood Bank in Miami FL. She remained at American Motors until her retirement in 1982. She was Supervisor of Nurses from 1961 until that time.

Jacky was a world traveler having seen most of it twice. She would spend her winters in Phoenix, Arizona, in her later years and had seen everything this country had to offer. She was an avid reader and loved doing puzzles and knitting. But, her main love was her family. She would drop anything she was doing if someone needed something. You could talk to her about anything.

Surviving her are sons, William (Laurie) Teschler of Madison, and Craig (Penny) Teschler of Kenosha; also her five grandchildren, Deanna (Ron) Oetzel, Suzanne (Dan) Petts, Jason Teschler, William (Keri) Teschler and Nicholas (Rebecca) Teschler; four great-grandchildren and also her sister and best friend Nerissa Ott of Pleasant Prairie.

Preceding her in death besides her parents was a sister Lorraine (Lloyd) Scott.

She was an active member of St. Peters church in Kenosha.

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