Welcome to the
memorial page for
Jacquelyn D. Mosley
December 25, 1947
~ February 10, 2022
Jacquelyn Deloris Mosley was born on December 25, 1947, in Long Branch, NJ to the late Cremin Sr. and Margaret Mosley. Jackie grew up in the Asbury Park/Neptune, NJ area. She graduated from Asbury Park High School Class of 1965.
Jackie worked at Sanitary Linen in Bradley Beach, NJ for many years. She was a member of the Pride of Asbury Temple #64 I.B.P.O.E of W, where she served as financial secretary and bartender. Fondly called “Auntie” by family and friends she greeted clients and did bookkeeping for Miracle Worker’s Unisex Hair Salon. She was also known as “Nanna” to many. Jackie enjoyed reading, spending time with family and watching her favorite Soap Operas and TV game shows.
She was predeceased by her brother Cremin Mosley Jr. and her brother-in-law Calvin Durham.
Jackie leaves to cherish her memory, life-long partner Joe “Gene” Kennedy of Asbury Park, NJ; 2 children LaKisha Kennedy (Shadow) of Asbury Park, NJ, Felicia Kennedy (Earnest) of Neptune, NJ, bonus son Travis Kennedy of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; her baby sister Deborah Durham of Tinton Fall, NJ; 4 grandchildren Zachary and ZaKya Kennedy-Dodd of Asbury Park, NJ, Kyree and Madisen Drake of Neptune, NJ; 3 nieces Kendra Durham (Leon) of Eatontown, NJ, Kerrye and Margaret Mosley of Kansas City, MO; 4 nephews Charles and Christopher Sanders of Toms River, NJ, Cremin III and Christian Mosley of Kansas City, MO; a godson Hanse Smith of Jacksonville, FL and dear friend, Rita Butterfield of Dover, DE; Her legacy will also live through a host of family and friends.
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We are deeply saddened of the transition of a three generational family freind. Our parents and grand parents attended elementary and high school together, journeyed to New Jersey together and housed together, worked together, worshiped together at the Mount Pisgah Baptist church. Jackkie inherited the kind, caring spirit of her Mother, Dad, Aunt and Grandmother who we all loved. She will be missed and our prayers continue for the family, friends and all who mourn her homegoing.
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