Jacqueline M. Ambler

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Jacqueline M. Ambler, 87, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 5,2020 from a heart attack.  Jacqueline, known as Jackie, was born December 6, 1932 in Philadelphia, Pa.  Happily married for 65 Years to Frank R. Ambler.  They moved and lived in the state of Florida for over 60 years, until Frank's death in 2018.  Jackie moved to Georgia to be with her 2 daughters and their families.  Jackie is survived by her 2 daughters, Joyce (Mike) Shyer, of  Rydal Ga. and Barbara (Billy) James of Smyrna Ga. 3 Grandchildren Michael Jr. (Candy) Shyer of Rydal Ga. and  Justin and wife Wendy Shyer of Woodstock Ga. and Amy Canfield Almeida, of Smyrna Ga. Along with 10 great grand daughters and 3 great grand sons, all from Georgia.  Jackie loved cooking and good food. She resided at Gaines Park in Kennesaw.  Jackie was very social and outgoing with all the activities.  She was remarkable considering she was legally blind due to glaucoma. (the loss of site never kept her down) She truly loved to help others and was so happy living and thriving at Gaines Park Senior Living. The services for Jackie and Frank will be held at a later date.

17 Comments To "Jacqueline M. Ambler"

Joyce Shyer On Mar 28 2020 at 12pm
March 27, 2020. Happy Birthday Daddy! I’ve been thinking of you and Mom all day. I just want to “THANK” everyone for all the wonderful and loving posts that have been written. It truly has been so heartfelt for me and my sister, Barbara. ❤️ This lock-in, due to this terrible virus, has been so hard on everyone. So with Blessings, I wish everyone good health and happiness. Love Joyce ❤️ Reply to this comment
Candy Shyer On Mar 24 2020 at 3pm
To the GG that made an everlasting impression on my life, even before we actually met ???? My youngest daughter now listens to the books on CD you sent our family YEARS AGO in 2008; and I remember clearly when you sent a lovely shawl to keep me cozy after having my brain surgery in 2012. Your phone calls for all those years were always a joy, and then I finally got to meet you in person ???? There is no denying that our outgoing personalities were a perfect match! You always made me feel loved, and appreciated. Your humor was as silly as mine when it was just the two of us together ???? I loved you dearly while here on Earth, and feel super blessed knowing you are watching from up above ☺️ Love you, GG.... and, yes, I will tell Michael you love him ???? Enjoy your health, and wealth, in heaven with Frank ???? Reply to this comment
Susan L Bishop On Mar 22 2020 at 11am
Joyce and I have been best friends since 1966, 8th grade. Spent many days at her house and her at mine. We have remained close even with her move from Miami, FL to Georgia. Reading through many of the statements about Jackie, her strength, the love she shared with her husband Frank as well as her friends, children and grandchildren are so true. You could see the love between her and Frank, an especially kind soul was special. One of the generous things I remember about Jackie was opening up her home for a baby shower for the son I had just adopted. I was grateful for her kindness. Last year I visited with Joyce and went to see her at Gaines Park and you could see how much she loved being there and the friend she had there. Sending love and light to everyone that is missing her and Frank. Reply to this comment
Mike Shyer On Mar 19 2020 at 8pm
When I first met Mom, I knew she was a strong willed woman. She spoke and said what was on her mind and nothing kept her down. She loved her husband (Frank) so much. Every night she would fix his bed and tuck him in, putting sports on the TV. (Dad was her Knight in Shining Armor) We all truly miss her and I hope she remembers to give Dad a hug from me. Love -Mike Reply to this comment
Larry Shyer On Mar 18 2020 at 5pm
Frank and Jackie or Jackie and Frank, I also enjoyed visiting with both. From drinking a cold beer with Frank or just talking to Jackie. You both will be missed but we will all meet again. Reply to this comment
Camille Kemp On Mar 18 2020 at 10am
Well , I didn't get pleasure of meeting Mrs. Jackie , however , I have been the best of friends with her Daughter , Joyce for many years , and what I can say ,is that she raised a beautiful soul in her daughter Joyce , and I believe that is a mirror of herself , Joyce is the kindest , loving and generous person , that I feel completely honored to call my friend she loves deeply, and if your blessed to know her , then your truly blessed , I'm thankful that she had this time with her mother, and that her mother was happy in her new home , which gave Joyce peace of mind , Joyce hang tight to the Happy times and your faith in the lord , it will get you through the tough times , with my deepest sympathy, Camille ❤???? Reply to this comment
Vicki Tabor On Mar 17 2020 at 10pm
I only knew Jackie for a short time but she and my mom, Sandra, became great friends quickly in Gaines Park. Mom is struggling with not having her walking buddy and Jackie telling her, "C'mon...time to go to exercise, or lunch, or devotions", or vice versa. God placed you in my moms life to keep her cheerful and on her toes. She misses you terribly. You were a wonderful friend to mom and I loved how you were anxious for me to meet your daughter, Joyce. You would say we would get a long great. Well you were right. I am blessed to have met you. What a celebration you must have had when you entered Heaven. Reply to this comment
Sandy Goodwill On Mar 17 2020 at 10pm
I think I was only 11 or 12 when our family traveled to from Ohio to Philadelphia, Pa, to see my cousin Frank marry Jackie and I immediately loved her. Over the years we stayed in touch and after becoming a "snowbird" I was able to spend more time with them both. Loosing Frank was very hard for me and now Jackie as well. Too of the finest people in my life are now gone-I will cherish and remember them forever. "Fly High"-love and miss you always. Reply to this comment
Kelly Hamrick On Mar 17 2020 at 10pm
Dear Joyce and Barbara, I have memories of your Mom being such a sweet, kind, funny, and strong woman. She had a selfless nature and beautiful soul. She lived a remarkable life that should be celebrated! I pray for Gods blessings to comfort you and to know that she lives on in your hearts until you are with her again. Reply to this comment
Toni Marie Donahue On Mar 17 2020 at 10pm
Oh Jackie - We shared so much together the good, bad, happy & sad times. You & Frank were family to us. Miss our adventures!! You made a miracle happen.???? I know you’re are thrilled to be with Frank again!! You loved him so. Please give him a BIG hug from me & Denis. You will always have a very special place in my heart! Love you & miss you.❤️❤️❤️ Reply to this comment
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