Jacqlyn D. Parrigin
1939 - 2021
Duffield & Pastrick Family Funeral Home
6548 Paw Paw Ave
Coloma, MI

Jacqlyn D. Parrigin, 82, of Coloma, passed away at her home on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date followed by the burial of ashes at Coloma Cemetery.

Memorial donations in Jackie's honor can be made to Home Sweet Home, an in-home care service, and mailed to Home Sweet Home, 3904 Stonegate Park, St. Joseph, MI 49085; or to Duffield & Pastrick Family Funeral Home, 6548 Paw Paw Ave., Coloma, MI 49038.

To leave a message or share a memory with the family, visit www.duffieldpastrick.com.

Jackie was born on July 22, 1939, in Coloma, the daughter of Jack and Donna Stoll.

She married Gerald Parrigin on Feb. 17, 1965, and the couple had celebrated 56 years together as husband and wife. Together they raised their two sons, Tony and Vincent, and their daughter, Stacey.

Jackie's life revolved around her family. She formerly owned and operated Jackie's restaurant for a number of years, and worked at Gerald's Garage. She also loved to read. One of her favorite times was spent vacationing at Disney World. She and Gerald also enjoyed spending time at their cabin up north.

Jackie is survived by her husband, Gerald; sons, Tony (Julie) Greco of Mattawan and Vincent (Kim) Greco of Free Soil, Mich.; her daughter, Stacey (Steve) Nutting of Coloma; her sisters, Sandy Elgesem of Brooksville, Fla., and Susan Stoll Johns of Orlando, Fla.; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and her sister-in-law and best friend, Carol Parrigin.

Published by The Herald-Palladium on Oct. 18, 2021.
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Tony Julie and family so very sorry to hear of your loss will keep you all in my thoughts as you face these next days ahead
pat martin
October 19, 2021
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