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Jacqueline "Jackie" Murry
January 7, 1953 ~ November 11, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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On November 11, 2023, Jacqueline Murry, a long-time resident of Hanford, California, peacefully departed from this world wrapped in the arms of her daughter Kelli, at the age of 70, leaving behind everlasting love and memories that will forever be engraved in our hearts.
Born on January 7, 1953, Jackie's love for her family was immeasurable. As a child, she loved spending time with her grandparents Harley Leonard and Callie Louise Crow, hunting rocks and minerals in the hills of mining-town New Idria, CA. A graduate of Hanford High School, Class of 1971, Jackie believed in the power of education and its ability to shape the future, instilling values of perseverance and the pursuit of knowledge in her children and grandchildren.
In July of 1973, she and her then-husband Charles Reynolds lovingly welcomed their son, Michael Reynolds into the world. In June of 1978, she and Charlie completed their family with the birth of their daughter, Kelli Hardacker, nee Reynolds. Michael found a lifelong partner in Daryl Graham, while Kelli found her soulmate in Bryan Hardacker. These unions meant the world to Jackie, and she was overjoyed to welcome two beautiful grandchildren into her life, Kaylee Hardacker (age 14) and Brycen Hardacker (age 8), not to mention, a menagerie of grand-dogs, grand-kitties, and grand-bunnies. They all held a very special place in her heart, and she adored watching them grow and flourish.
Professionally, Jackie dedicated her accounting talents to Hanford Glass and most recently Chemical Waste Management. Through her work, she exemplified a strong work ethic and commitment to excellence, leaving a lasting impact on her colleagues.
Despite the health challenges life threw her way, Jackie faced them with strength and courage and through her, we know what resilience truly looks like. In the end, a bout of pneumonia took Jackie from us too soon. Though our hearts ache with sorrow, we find solace in the memories we shared. Jackie's spirit will live on in the kindness and love she brought into our lives.
She is survived by her mother, Elsie Levario, her sister, Terry (Joe) Weston, her brother, Dennis Levario, and her sister, Jean (Butch) Agrifoglio, and her beloved dog, CoCo Bean.
A celebration of Jackie's life will be held at a later date, where we will come together to honor her remarkable journey. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to the Vestibular Disorder Association (VeDA) in Jackie's memory at https://vestibular.org/donate/.
As we bid our final farewell to Jacqueline, let us take solace in the knowledge that she has entered into everlasting peace and love as she joins her beloved father, Fred Luston Murry, her step-father, Joseph P. Fonseca, Jr., along with her cherished grandfather, Harley Leonard Crow, and grandmother, Callie Louise Crow, in eternal peace. She is also reunited with her dear aunt, Helen (Herb) Harris, her beloved aunt, Bea (Al) Hunter, sister-in-law, Donna Levario, and her lifelong best friend, Debbie Camara.
Jackie, you will forever be missed and treasured in our hearts.