Brenda Jacklin Obituary, Wisconsin, Brenda Jacklin Has Passed Away
- john Gibson
Brenda Jacklin Obituary, Death – Brenda Lee Jacklin (née Hunt), 52, died peacefully in her home in Slinger, Wisconsin, on April 16, 2023. She was born on March 7, 1971, in Rothschild, Wisconsin, to Richard and Lourdes (née Bermudez) Hunt. Brenda enjoys dance, painting, horses, and family vacations.
Brenda is survived by her 25-year-old husband, William; their three children, Marshall, Andrew, and Chase; their siblings, Jose (Julie) Hunt, Mary Hunt, and Patty (Pete) LaViolette; their parents, Richard and Lourdes Hunt; and several nieces and nephews. Brenda was predeceased by her grandparents, George and Sally Hunt, Francisco (Pancho) and Francisca (Paquita) Bermudez Del Valle, and her aunt Judy (née Hunt) Loforno.
Fr. Richard Stoffel will preside at a Celebration of Life at the Phillip Funeral Home Chapel (1420 W Paradise Dr. West Bend, WI 53095) on April 29th, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. Prior to the funeral, there will be a visitation at the funeral home on April 29th from 10:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts to the Medical College of Wisconsin Brain Tumor Research Program would be greatly appreciated. Make checks payable to MCW Brain Tumor Research Program. Dr. Jennifer Connelly, Department of Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin, 9200 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53226.
Brenda’s family, friends, and coworkers deserve special recognition for their support throughout her journey. She was ecstatic about the visits, flowers, dinners, and gifts. Brenda 2.0, we’d want to thank you for organizing such a wonderful celebration for Brenda. That evening, she had been overcome by love. Thank you to Froedtert, The Medical College of Wisconsin, and Horizon Hospice Care caregivers and doctors. Brenda’s trip was made simpler by you, and she received the best care available at all times. Thank you for the food, compassion, and support, Slinger School District and Addison Elementary Staff.
We’d also like to thank Brenda’s colleagues and friends at Northwestern Mutual for the numerous cards and presents. Thank you, St. Peter’s Church, for your continuous support of Brenda’s faith. Thank you for taking such good care of Brenda in her final months, Dawn, Barb, and Julie. Sue, I appreciate your visits to Brenda; you always made her happy. Finally, I’d like to thank everyone in the Slinger Community for their love and support. This is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood full of amazing individuals.