Leta Jacqueline Armstong (Morland)
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
Jackie was the first person I met at Metro. She was in the Personel dept. and I came in to apply. She was so sweet, and every time I came in to check on my application she remembered me.
I worked with Jackie off and on for years, and always loved her. What a great kind woman.
I met Jackie when I started work at Metro Transit in 1978. Jackie always encouraged me to work hard and apply for advanced positions. I missed her when she retired and was glad that she had the years since her retirement to spend with her family and her travels. She was a special person and a great co-worker.
A fine lady who helped make my transition into Seattle Transit better than I could have ever expected. She remembered me and that gave me a good sense of worth. I shared a few times with her how I valued those days. May God comfort all of you in need. DR Brown
I remember going to Uncle John and Aunt Jackies house when I was 4 or 5 aprox. with my Dad, Mom, older sisters, and my brother. Jeff showed us his collection of comics and I learned how to color really well from my sister Tami while we were there. I remember not wanting to eat dinner, and my dad was a little less strict sense we were at Aunt Jackies. It is kind of strange now that my first memories of Aunt Jackie were here in Seattle and now I live here and said goodbye for now to my Aunt. Godspeed Aunt Jackie! We will never forget you!
Your great niece Robin :)