McDonough, GA Jackie Helen (Strutko) Sewell, age 63 of McDonough, Georgia passed away unexpectedly, February 16, 2021. Jackie was born November 29, 1957 in Big Springs, Texas. Jackie leaves to cherish her memory, Ander "Ray" Sewell her husband, children Christy Price (Curt, son-in-law) and Tammy Peacock (Adam, son-in-law) and her grandchildren whom she adored: Cody Price, Caitlyn Price, Tytan Price, Caliber Price, Adalyn Peacock, Tynlee Peacock. John Strutko, her father, Sherry Branch, her sister, and Mark Strutko (Gwen, sister-in-law). Her nieces and nephews: Wanda (Strutko) Bitler, Terry Mahoney, and Michelle (Mahoney) Land, David Foster, Dana (Foster) Tighe, Christopher Strutko, John N. Strutko, Jesse Strutko, Ashlen Strutko,. Jackie was preceded in death by Annie Melba Ozella Strutko, her precious mother and John "Joe" Strutko, her oldest brother. She was the 'glue' of her family and their EVERYTHING! She loved unconditionally and always saw the best in everyone. Jackie served in the Ministry for 40+ years in the Henry County area. She was a respected teacher and known for her unconditional love she demonstrated to all; discipling all God brought into her life. Her life's light had shown brightly in this world. She truly loved her Turning Point Church family and serving others every opportunity that availed itself. Jackie attended Chipola Jr. College of Marianna, Florida and majored in Educational Leadership and Administration, ISCS Certified in all areas, received the Henry County Business-Woman of The Year and Henry County's Most Innovative Marketing Award. Non-Profit was her heart and served as business manager for Noah's Ark Rehabilitation Center for 13 years. Jackie was the AVP of Operations, Regional Manager, and National Training Director for the Tanger Outlet family for 17 years. A Memorial Service was held Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. at Turning Point Church, McDonough, GA

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