Jacqueline Ann McFall, 51, formerly of Weirton, WV, passed away at her home in Williamsville, NY on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. Born December, 10, 1961 in Steubenville, OH, Jacqueline was a daughter of the late John Richard McFall and Betty K. Misscare. A sister, Lisa McFall, and step-father, Mike Misscare, also preceded Jacqueline in death. After high school, Jacqueline continued her education and obtained a Business Degree from the Bradford Business College. With over 25 years of service, Jacqueline worked as a manager for the Kaufman's / Macy's Department Stores. She was Catholic by faith and was a very active member of the Cleveland, OH Jaycees. Jacqueline is survived by a sister, Cindy McFall Fluharty and her companion Jason Cupps of Weirton; an aunt, Margaret Slaughter of Buckhannon, WV; niece Tory Nicole Fluharty; 3 great- nieces, Kylie, Kayden, and Kamryn, all of Weirton; and her special friends that became family, Brian Brobst and Thomas Kimpan of Cleveland, OH, Ada Petta and children Madison and Nicole of Binghamton, NY, and Karen and Sam Gross of Charleston, WV. Jacqueline will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by all. Visitation will be held Thursday from 11AM - 3 PM at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, WV where funeral services will follow at 3 PM with Reverend Dana Snodgrass officiating. Burial will be held at the convenience of her family. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in memory of Jacqueline to any of the various charitable children organizations.

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  1. I will always remember your laugh and genuine personality. We were all fortunate to have known you. Rest in Peace Jackie

  2. Cindy, Tori and family, We are totally shocked to hear about Jackie. We are sending all our love and prayers to each of you. We love you all.

  3. Our dearest Jackie, how much we are going to miss your smile your heart and all of the special joys you brought to us. I have no dought that you are with all of your loved ones in the place we all look forward to get to.You have done well, you lived your life with honor,respect and love. Job well done Jackie! I am praying for your safe journey home.We are so honored to have been a part of your life. God bless you my friend and sister from another mother. We love you forever.

  4. Jackie we will miss your beautiful smile and laugh. You were a true LADY. Our boat dock will not be the same without.xoxo

  5. Cindy and Family, We are deeply saddened to hear of your sister, Jackie’s, passing…know that you are in our thoughts and prayers…much love to you all…

  6. I was deeply saddened to hear of Jackie’s passing. Those of us from Kaufmans/Macy’s who knew Jackie knew her to be a warm, loving, compassionate person with a sweet smile and an infectious laugh. She was a great manager and a wonderful friend. She will certainly be missed. Love and prayers to you all.

  7. I will always have such wonderful memories of Jackie.She was always fun and lit up a room with her smile.I am glad I was fortunate to have met you in our lifetime.Rest In Peace Dear Jackie.

  8. Cindy, You have my deepest sympathy. I know how it is to lose a sister. I still start to call her at times when something happens that I think I need to tell her. Memories of Jackie will be things that you always treasure. May God be with you during this most difficult time. Love and Prayers

  9. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jackie’s family. Karen went to high school with Jackie and I worked with her at the Gap. Jackie was always so full of life and a joy to be around. We were shocked to learn of her passing. Jackie touched many, many lives and left the world a better place by having been here. She will not be forgotten. May God bless and keep her soul.

  10. Cindy & family, don’t know if you remember me or not from cosmetology school years ago. I am so sorry to hear of your sister’s passing, may you & your family find peace in her memory. Sincerely, Becky Bowman Baldauf

  11. Cindy and Tory, I lost touch with Jackie years ago, but always remember that laugh and smile. The stories she told, the adventures we had, and the 2am phone calls when she just needed to talk to someone will always be cherished memories. Jackie will always be with me in my heart. My sympathies go out to you.

  12. Jackie, Our car rides wont be the same without you ..Thanks for all the laughs and new phrases you taught me …and what they really mean..say hi to your brother Mario and watch over us like i know you will God bless…

  13. My memories of Jackie are vivid, full of fun and some of the best moments of my life. There is an article in the Cleveland Plain Dealer (circa 1990) when our group of friends were interviewed at the St. Patricks day parade. It’s with much gratitude and appreciation that I remember Jackie rushing to my aid when I was assaulted and beaten by criminals. She left work without packing anything and made it from Youngstown to Lakewood, OH in 45 minutes. She slept on the sofa and with other friends took care of me for several days. I remember decorating her Mentor apartment in a southwest theme. At a New Year’s Eve party at my home, we all danced so hard candles fell over and something caught fire & we scrambled to put it out. Jackie & I vacationed at Myrtle Beach & got so tan & had such fun. My heart breaks for her loss. The bright shining light of her personality has gone dark much too soon.My deepest condolences to Jackie’s family who meant so much to her.

  14. So long my friend. I will always remember our long talks, the experiences we shared, your love for people, friends and family. You were a gift to us, taken too soon. No more worries now, only joy. Give our love to Mario. Until we meet again.

  15. I will remember all the fun times we spent together. We had such a wonderful time and laughed a lot. You were always such a joy to be around. Thank you for being the wonderful person you were. The world is better because you were here. I love you and will miss you dearly.

  16. As Jackie so often would tell me she was my sister from another mister and i was her brother from another mother. In the 11+ years i have known her she was truely my sister. Her love of music, movies, favorite TV shows, family, friends and fun was what she was all about. I can’t express the void i feel. I miss you with all my heart Jackie Ann.

  17. Although I knew Jackie for a brief time, her laugh, smile and hugs will stay with me forever. I consider myself very lucky to have crossed paths with such a wonderful soul. My sincere sympathies to all who have been touched by this great loss. Rest in peace, Jackie, you are now an angel up above.

  18. Cindy- my deepest sympathy-I cannot believe Jackie is gone but I know she is up in heaven with Betty causing all kinds of trouble!! Jackie had a heart of gold. You will be in my prayers-

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