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Jacquelyn “Jacquie” Jean Hopkins

March 24, 1955 - May 26, 2016
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Saturday 6/4, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Saturday 6/4, 2:00 pm

Jacquelyn “Jacquie” Jean Hopkins, 61, died unexpectedly on May 26, 2016, at her home in Lake Frederick, Virginia. Jacquie was born March 24, 1955, in Denver, Colorado, to the late Robert and Genevieve (Hermstad) Hopkins. She graduated from Brownell-Talbot High School in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1973 and received her bachelor’s degree in cartography from theContinue Reading

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Kay Pentzien left a message on June 26, 2016:
I will always remember the laughter we shared at Brownell. Peace be with your family.
Michel Fischer left a message on June 26, 2016:
The loss of any friend is always a sad time. I met Jacquie way back when at Brownell-Talbot High School. Even then she was a person so full of life and always a smile to share. While our time attending BT was short together, she was a person one could not ever forget. The warmth of her smile will be missed as it was something that touched me and I hold it like a candle to remember to do the same.
Kate Egan left a message on June 4, 2016:
Jacquie, I remember meeting you over 30 years ago when I first started at NGA. You were married then, but we had fun together. You could always see the good qualities in me that I couldn't see myself. I will miss your kindness, compassion, our visits which were too infrequent, and your great sense of humor. I wish I'd made that trip up to see you a little bit sooner. I hope you're fly fishing and drinking wine in heaven. I will miss you, my friend! My deepest sympathy to Jim and family.
Kate Egan left a message on June 4, 2016:
Remembering the fun we had here in St. Louis. I miss you.
Tim & Cecile Noyes left a message on June 3, 2016:
We thought we would have years to share our lives with you as next door neighbors but in the short time you were with us we came to know and enjoy a fun-loving, energetic lady with a passion for life. We will remember how you pulled together new-comers and ‘original’ homesteaders with your generous spirit and love of life and quickly became an integral part of the neighborhood and our lives. We will miss having you as our friend and neighbor. Tim & Cecile Noyes
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Jenny Walker left a message on June 2, 2016:
Jacquie, my dear friend, I cannot believe you are gone. We met in 1991 while both still working in St. Louis. We both moved to Virginia and continued a lasting friendship. I will always remember our times together – our cruise, the trip NYC to see the Rockettes at Christmas, Mexico, plays at the Kennedy Center and much more. We helped each other through some tough times and shared much laughter. I will miss you. My sincere condolences to Jim and his family. Jacquie will be missed.
Janet Greenwald left a message on June 2, 2016:
Jacquie, my treasured friend, my funny friend, my true friend, my long-time friend; I will miss you terribly. I am grateful that our paths crossed and that you have accompanied me on my life's journey. I will find comfort from fond memories and will continue to laugh often & live life with excitement. You were a cherished gift & I will keep you safe inside my heart. I love you, Sis. Jim, Jann, Schyler, Joslyn & Rob, my deepest sympathy
Myra Goldberg left a message on June 1, 2016:
My deepest condolences to the Hopkins family, may you find comfort in sweet memories. I will remember Jacquie's humor, intelligence and kindness in the beautiful peach irises she shared from her garden. Good bye, too soon, my friend.
Amy Rector left a message on June 1, 2016:
Jacquie, I am heart-broken my friend that you are no longer with us, but praise God, I know you are with Him. I have been blessed with so many fond memories of things we did together while living in Lansdowne, mostly our conversations and laughter! I loved that we had similar senses of humor. I will miss our conversations, your emails, texts, and your enthusiasm for life (and of course the coffee/espresso you made)! I will never forget you my friend. Love, Amy
Andy Smoak left a message on June 1, 2016:
Jacquie was a good friend and and loving individual. We worked and played together for many years and she will be missed and long remembered by me and all her friends. God bless and keep her close.
Joe Steel left a message on June 1, 2016:
Jacquie will be truly missed by Lynne and I. I was a co-worker with Jacquie for a number of years and always enjoyed working with her. Jacquie loved life and was quick to share her jokes and stories. We'll really miss her.
Lynn Hamilton left a message on May 31, 2016:
Jacquie, you have left a hole in my heart. We were as close as sisters and we enjoyed our wine. I will miss you dear and my life is richer for having you in it. You will be missed.
Joyce Tolman left a message on May 31, 2016:
The time we spent together as neighbors and friends was way too short. You touched my life profoundly and I will remember the joy you took in life and your quick wit always. You were such a tiny person to leave such a big hole in my heart.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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