Jacqueline Wilma Miles

April 12th, 2020

Jacqueline Wilma Miles born October 13, 1964.

It’s with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Jackie on Sunday, April 12, 2020 at the age of 55. It gives us great comfort knowing she was with her one true love, Mike. She is lovingly remembered by her son, Timmy; daughter, Missy; sisters, Susie and Tammy; and brother, Joey; as well as her 5 grandchildren, Chloe, Deon, Nathan, Frankie & Zoe.

She will be known for her unique personality. She had a love for her family and friends and loved to make people laugh whether it was laughing at her or laughing with her. She enjoyed cooking, camping, drawing and being with her animals.

She loved people and loved being around people; you always knew when Jackie was in the room she had such an infectious, contagious way about her.

We will miss her deeply but her energy and love will be with us forever. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Below is a poem that our Mom left us when she passed away in 2004, we would like to use it to carry on with Jackie.


You can shed tears that she is gone,

or you smile because

she has lived.

You can close your eyes and pray

that she’ll come back,

or you can open your eyes

and see all she’s left.

Your heart can be empty because

you can’t see her, or you can

be full of the love you shared.

You can turn your back

on tomorrow and live yesterday,

or you can be happy for tomorrow

because of yesterday.

You can remember her and

only that she’s gone, or you can

cherish her memory

and let it live on.

You can cry and close your mind,

be empty and turn your back,

or you do what she’d want:

smile, open your eyes,

love and go on.


Jackie will be be missed by all that knew her. My memories of her will always leave a smile on my face as I recall all the funny stores she had. My condolences to her family and close friends.

It was a very special moment the day Jackie married Mike and she became part of our family. She was and always will be remembered as a special part of our and Robbies life. We enjoyed her company, infectious laugh and her giddy manner was always something special. She always went out of the way to pay special attention to Robbie. We will surely miss her. Condolences to all of Jackie's family.

Jackie was my favourite cousin and childhood best friend. She was smart, beautiful, funny, energetic, direct, sweet, fun, naughty, loving, mischievous, the loudest in the room, and tough as shit. So many memories of the “trouble” we used to get into, and all the fun and laughs we had. I never did thank her for “ beating up” all those boys. I’ll remember her with her great smile, big dimples and twinkle in her eyes. Timmy, Missy, Susie, Tammy, Joey, and families, so sorry for your loss. She was special, truly 1 of a kind. Love you all Condolences to all her family and friends.

My heart will always hurt from loosing you- You taught me so much about life, love and loving myself. Your heart was so full of love to everyone you embraced. Your laugh was truly one of a kind, a contagious one that would make anyone laugh with you, whether they knew you or not. I love you Wacko Your life made mine better.

Jackie was always such a funny and outgoing person to be around. She always treated me like family. She had such a good heart you could tell just by taking to her. So sorry for you loss.

I remember Jackie's beautifull smile, the dimples and how her eyes sparkled. She could light up the room with that smile. So, so sorry for your loss.

I remember Jackie and her family when we were just kids growing up in Calgary. I remember her wonderful dimpled smile and her great sense of humour. My condolences to her family.

Our deepest condolences to all of you.

My dear cousin we grow up together we had so much fun we were the rebels in the family I am going to miss you dear cousin R I P

Our condolences go out to you and your family.

I will MISS you so much. I was your big sister and you will always be my little sister. Jackie I’m going miss you always. Be at peace. Love you

May aunty Jackie's soul Rest In Peace She was always the loudest in the room and always knew how to put a smile on all our faces. Whenever I was home she never treated me different always welcomed with open arms and for that I will always be grateful. You’ll truly be Missed.

May the Lord comfort you at this time. You all are in our prayers. Peter and Tracy

Everybody smiled when Jackie came into a room. We'll all miss her.

I’ll miss you grandma you passed to early in life and deserved more time I wish I could have seen you again we all love you and I miss you a lot I hope your up in heaven having a nice time We all miss you

A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts, through us, they live on. My condolences to the whole family! I am thinking of you all! ❤️

This is Deon (one of her grandchildren). I was heartbroken when my mother had informed me that she had passed, and it pains me to still think about it.. it feels like it is not real, but sadly it is.. thankfully grandma Jackie (Jacqueline Wilma Miles) had passed knowing that we all loved her dearly, and will remain to keep her close to our hearts. Her life will live on through us, her family, rather that be her sisters, children, or, grandchildren. I did many things with her, and primarily enjoyed to talk to her, cook, draw.. just do anything with her really, I even talked to her on occasion by FaceTime when we could which was very enjoyable. But the best was when she would come over and we would make “grandmas soup” which whenever she made it, it was delicious, we would also be able to hang out, and simply talk, say what’s on our minds and just enjoy each others presence. You will me missed grandma.

Mommy I don’t know what to say all I know is that... is what I’m I going to do with out you my best friend my friend my back bone you where my support you where my everything and most of all my mommy and now I just don’t know what too do from are million phone calls a day cause we needed to talk and just about anything like FaceTimeing you when I’m cooking to make sure I have enough water or Peppers in the pot or is the colour is right and we always wished that we had smell a vision or just for me crying cause stuff just isn’t going right for me and u where always and I mean always there and I never had to worry what was going on around me because I knew I always had you And your unconditional love for me means the world to me and you’re so right ma I am your biggest fan and always will be I will miss me and you driving and getting lost and then mad and then almost peeing are pants laughing so hard or running or of gas just to are millions of things we would to together oh and going home and stopping and getting our sandwiches at Burger King and the tater tot‘s that both hurt our mouth but we still had to get them and you saying or even calling Stupido or just anything...you saying my name you saying I love you Just to everything my life will never and I mean never be the same you won’t see Deon in frankie grow up to be great men it’s just all to much for me and I never got to touch you or to kiss you or just to tell you how much I love you mom and I hope you no I do love you so so much infinity +1,000,000 and beyond and always will. And I’m going to miss everything about you your dimples your laugh your personality was one-of-a-kind and you did what you wanted when you wanted and just everything mom or I just want too laugh with u and again I’d give anything for that what I’m I going to doo I need you still and I love you mommy.

So sorry for your loss I will always remember that huge smile and big dimples You were my soul sister Rest peacefully

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