Born May 11, 1957 Passed April 14, 2019
Jackie was a very hard worker. She worked with her mother in the Lemieux's Cafe for many years.
At eighteen, she started her long career in road construction, as a Flagger, then moved up to
chasing redheads, then to being an operator of the roller laying asphalt. H.E. Laudermilk and
LeGrand Johnson loved her enthusiasm and great work ethic. Every time we drive on the I-70 interstate
Between Thompson and Green River Utah we can say Thanks Jackie! Later in her life she returned to
Green River to help mother in many ways as she always did. She joined the Christian Church in Green
River and was very helpful in the Senior Citizen Association, she always enjoyed helping others.
So many people have such great memories of her loud, friendly, happy, ways. Always a hello and
A " hey there is that you this is Jackie" her laugh made you smile. She lived her life on her own
Terms, never letting anyone tell her what to do. She was certainly the life of any party! You could
always find her by the trail of soda pop and sunflower seeds.
Jackie will be missed by all who knew her and loved her.
"This ain't my last rodeo; I'm just on a new journey"
Jackie joined her mother Rose and her brother Steve in heaven.
She is survived by her two sons Casey Mylroie and Justin Allred (Kelsey Wilkerson) and granddaughter Rylan Allred.
Karry (Manuel) Aguilera Clifton Co.
Sue (Steve) Bullard Nephi Ut
Paula (Leon) Mace Roby Mo.
Phillip (Dawna) Dinkins Green River Ut.
Willie Dinkins Green River Ut.
Lydia Myers (Joe White) Clifton Co.
Tony (Christy) Lemieux Green River UT
Jerry (Debbie) Lemieux Searcy Ar.
Many nieces and nephews and cousins.
On June 25 @ 5:00 PM a Memorial Service will be held in Green River Utah at Green River Bible Church. Then on June 26 @10:00 AM a graveside service will be held at Cliffview Cemetery in Price, Utah
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