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Jacqueline Rosemarie Satchell

New Haven, Connecticut

1968 - 2020

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Satchell, Jacqueline RosemarieJacqueline Rosemarie Satchell, 51, affectionately known as "Dr. Jackie" or "Jackie" of New Haven, Connecticut was born in Victoria Jubilee Hospital on the Island of Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies on October 19, 1968. Jackie departed this life on Wednesday, October 7,...

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Your family are in my prayers.

Dr. Satchell was my primary care physician at the VA for over ten years. During that time she took great care of my various physical issues, but she used her caring, compassion and humor to work with me on healing my soul. I shall always remember her!

I was privileged to have Dr. Satchell as my physician for many years at the VA. Even if I hadn’t seen her in 6 months or more, she never failed to ask about my grandchildren and all of the family news in Colorado. She had a wonderful connection with everyone and will be sorely missed.

May God bless your family in this time of sorrow.
May your family and friends comfort you and share memories together. She will always be with you in your heart and mind.

She was a great Doctor. I'm glad to have had the pleasure of having her as my Doctor.

Sincerely,
Cynthia Fritzinger
VA patient

May God bless your family in this time of sorrow.
May you share many wonderful memories and always keep her in your heart. She will always be with you.

She was a wonderful caring Doctor. I'm glad I had the pleasure of knowing her.

Sincerely,
Cynthia Fritzinger
VA patient

Dr. Satchell was the most patient, kindest, and genuine person that you my ever meet. She was my doctor at the VA, and had the best sense of humor. We laughed often, addressed my concerns, and laughed some more. She taught me so many things, how to advocate for myself/others, the Joy's of motherhood, and how to maintain a healthy marriage, and the Mediterranean and FODMAP diets. I am going to miss seeing her beautiful face. Love you and miss you dearly.

Dr. Satchell was the most patient, kindest, and genuine person that you my ever meet. She was my doctor at the VA, and had the best sense of humor. We laughed often, addressed my concerns, and laughed some more. She taught me so many things, mostly how to advocate for myself and others, the Joy's of motherhood, and how to maintain a healthy marriage. Let's not forget the Mediterranean and FODMAP diets. I am going to miss seeing her beautiful face. Love you and miss you dearly.

Dr. Satchell was my physician in the Women's Clinic at the Veteran's Hospital. First and foremost I send my deepest condolences to her daughters, family, and friends. We connected through so many things, one special similarity was her daughter and I share the same name. I opened my mail today and learned of my beloved Dr. Satchell's passing. I sat in tears, and for a while I just thought of the girls and all of the people that loved her so much. I am one of those people, and I am saddened...

Dr. Satchell was my physician in the Women's Clinic at the Veteran's Hospital. First and foremost I send my deepest condolences to her daughters, family, and friends. We connected through so many things, one special similarity was her daughter and I share the same name. I opened my mail today and learned of my beloved Dr. Satchell's passing. I sit in tears, and for a while I just thought of the girls and all of the people that loved her so much. I am one of those people, and I am saddened...