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Kathleen E. “Kathy” Jackman
March 25, 1967 ~ January 6, 2024 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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Milford- Kathleen E. “Kathy” Jackman, 56, formerly of Douglas passed away peacefully on Saturday January 6, 2024 at Milford Regional Medical Center after an illness. Her family was by her side.
She is survived by her mother Janet M. (Fitzgerald) Jackman and her companion Rick of Whitinsville; her siblings Christine M. Jackman and her husband Brian Salatiello of Whitinsville, Gerald E. Jackman Jr. of Douglas, and Mary E. Rogers of Farmington, ME; nieces Lily, Phoebe, Isabelle, Grace, and Hannah; nephews Dan, Sam, and Niko; aunts, cousins and friends. Born in Worcester, MA on March 25, 1967 she was daughter of the late Gerald E. Jackman Sr. and lived in Milford the past 15 years. She was raised in Douglas and was a graduate of Douglas Memorial High School, Class of 1985. She also was a graduate of NE School of Photography and attended Chamberlayne Junior College and FINE Mortuary College.
Kathy worked as an Attendant for several area funeral homes including Edwards Memorial Funeral Home in Milford and previously Jackman Funeral Home. She enjoyed her Jack Russell Terrier dogs Riley and Greta over the years, gardening, and walking the rail trail. Free spirited and always on the go, she enjoyed shopping and dining out with her mom, family gatherings, the beach, sailing,and spending time with her nieces and nephews.
Outgoing and friendly, Kathy had a contagious laugh and loved her friends and coworkers. She was grateful to them during her illness. Special thanks to the staff at Milford Hospital for the excellent care she received there.
Following cremation, her Memorial Funeral Mass will be private. Burial will be in St. Patrick’s Cemetery. There are no calling hours. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice. To leave a condolence message for her family please visit www.jackmanfuneralhomes.com