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Jaqueline "Jackie" Kleinhesselink

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Jaqueline "Jackie" Kleinhesselink Obituary
Jaqueline "Jackie" Kleinhesselink

Jaqueline Lee "Jackie" Kleinhesselink, 42, died Sunday March 5, 2017. Funeral services will be 2:00 PM Thursday at George Boom Funeral Chapel & Crematory, 2500 East Aspen Blvd., Brandon. The family will be present to greet friends prior to the service beginning at 12:00 PM at the funeral home.

Jaqueline Lee "Jackie" Kleinhesselink, daughter of Kent D. and Linda L. (Zdenek) Nielsen, was born July 25, 1974 at Watertown, SD. Jackie was born July 25, 1974 at Watertown, SD and graduated from high school in Sisseton, SD in 1992. She married Jeremy Kleinhesselink on April 25, 2002 in Las Vegas, NV. Jackie worked as a delivery driver for United Parcel Service for many years.

Jackie had many passions including gardening, canning (especially tomatoes and salsa) and riding her Harley-Davidson Road King with Jeremy, but most importantly she enjoyed being a supporter of Northern Plains Boxer Rescue. She and Jeremy were the rescue parents for six boxers including their current three, Dexter, Ellie and Piper. Three previous boxers that preceded her in death were Zoe, Porter and Bella, and their cocker spaniel, Gus.

Grateful for having shared her life are her husband, Jeremy Kleinhesselink, Hartford, SD; her mother, Linda Nielsen, Sioux Falls, SD; her father, Kent (Carol) Nielsen, Sisseton, SD; her sister, Jennifer (Darrell) Vander Esch, Sioux Falls, SD; her half-brother, Shane Nielsen, Sisseton, SD; her half-sister, Shelby (Neal Diekmann) Nielsen, Rosholt, SD; her grandfather, Joe (Helen) Zdenek, Lesterville, SD; her father in law, Lyle and Ronda Kleinhesselink, Alton, IA; her brother and sister-in-law, Riley (Amy) Kleinhesselink and Abby (Dustin) Dravland, all of Orange City, IA; her nieces and nephews, Payton, Kate and Hudson Kleinhesselink, Ava, Faith, Liam and Cohen Dravland, and Lauren and Riley Vander Esch; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Memorials in Jackie's name are suggested to Northern Plain Boxer Rescue or to

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Published in The Argus Leader on Mar. 8, 2017
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