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Jacquelyn McGee

Austin, Texas

1929 - 2020

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MCGEE, Jacquelyn Dr. Jacquelyn Ann McGee, retired principal of Stephen F. Austin High School, died Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Born May 2, 1929, to George Cleveland McGee and Annette Jackson McGee, Jacquelyn was the third of four McGee daughters. She grew up in East Austin, helping her parents in...

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My family and I wish to thank you all for your heartfelt condolences. Ms. McGee was one of a kind and it eases my sorrow, my familys sorrow to read your kind words. She loved her students and she took great pride in your accomplishments. We are all part of her legacy. Loyal forever! Susan

"Cover me with soft Earth, jasmine, lilies, and myrtle, and when they grow above me... they will breathe the fragrance of my Heart into space."
Kahlil Gibran
I saw many posts of Suzanne's speaking of her Aunt Jackie. The first time I saw a picture, I told Sooza she had to keep Aunt Jackie away from my husband because he's attracted to beautiful, intelligent women. Not too long ago, I showed him a photo of Aunt Jackie; he recognized her as his high school Journalism...

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. Thank you Mrs. McGee, for your many years of service to AISD and as our wonderful Principal at S. F. Austin High School. I remember how you always had a kind word for all of students

Was fortunate to have known her while she was at Johnston High School and enjoyed being one of her English class students. A beautiful and wonderful person inside and out. RIP Ms. McGee.

I remember going to the grocery store around the corner from our house and Ms McGee would be there helping her mom wonderful memories of the McGee family. Prayers and condolences to family and friends.

Ms. McGee was the high school principal to me and my three sisters at Austin High. I never spent time in her office (that was a good thing!) but I remember her as a fair, compassionate and smart leader of our school. During my high school years, I was a member of a Folklorico dance troupe that celebrated the Mexican American culture and traditions. Over the four years I attended SFA, I recall performing, albeit small performances at the school, thinking back now, only Ms. McGee could have...

She loved and respected her students, and was beloved and respected in return. Class act.

An amazing woman/ person. Unfortunately I was a bit of a rascal,and instead of being ugly and mean, she'd pull me in her office and" explain" the consequences of not doing right.Encouraged me to play football and get involved in Art( my passion", always had a hello for me even when my own family member who worked wouldn't.She will be missed.A championship among people.My condolences and prayers for her family.God has a major asset in Heaven now.You are truly missed.

Ms. McGee you were a wonderful principal during my time at AHS
Thank you for all you gave to the Austin School community