Jacqueline L. Muir

Jacqueline L. Muir, known as Jackie to family and friends, passed away at her home on October 26, 2019. Jackie was born in 1936 in Winooski, Vermont. As a wife and young mother, she came to the Northern Virginia area and there raised two children while starting her nursing career. Years later, instead of retiring, she moved to the Delaware shore, continuing to work as a nurse, but also enjoying the beach life.

Jackie is survived by her daughter Wendy Atkinson, her son Mark Muir, her grandsons Chris Muir and Tommy Muir, and a host of loving family members and close friends. The family will receive friends from 12 pm until a service at 2pm on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at Advent Funeral Home in Falls Church, Virginia. Interment will follow at Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to George Mason School of Nursing. https://nursing.gmu.edu/make-gift


11 Responses to Jacqueline L. Muir

  1. Ellen Hayes says:

    Wendy,
    I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I hope you find comfort in your memories. It sounds as if she had a remarkable life, and had lots of friends.

  2. Linda Larson says:

    My sincere thoughts are with you all. She will live on in my fond memories

    • Carole Bombard Phillips says:

      Dear Wendy and Mark. I am so sad to hear of your mom’s passing. Though we were cousins and very close in growing up, distance put a glitch in our seeing each other over the years. Also I will never forget how she and your dad were so great to my mom and dad when he was undergoing cancer treatments in Washington. God bless you and your family.

  3. Frank & Ginny Parsons says:

    We were saddened by the news of Jackie’s passing and pray for comfort for her family.

  4. Cheryl Goldstein says:

    I have so many wonderful memories of your mother and your grandmother. My mother, Elaine, loved them both so much. I hope you and Mark find comfort in your memories. You are both in my heart and prayers. Cheryl Allard Goldstein.

  5. Debbie says:

    Jackie was an inspiration to me as a young nurse! She will be missed

  6. Kathy borne says:

    My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Had many great times at the beach, good memories. Hope you find comfort in knowing she’s at peace. Sincerely kathy

  7. Marsha Smith says:

    I am so sad to hear of Jackie’s death. I have so many nursing office memories. She was always so encouraging to me as I stepped out into nursing. May you know God’s love and peace at this time. Marsha

  8. Nancy Smith says:

    Wendy and Mark and the Muir family, it was a pleasure being at Mrs Muir’s to help her each day. She enjoyed being home and me reading all the newspapers to her so she was up to date on what was happening in the area. She loved all the holidays and most especially Christmas. I would decorate her 9 ft tree each year and she loved it. Didn’t want it taken down, so I brought a smaller tree and would decorate it for each holiday. She will surley be missed.

    • Pamela Muir says:

      Nancy,

      Thank you so much for being there and all you have done for Jackie. I know she appreciated all you did and we are grateful for you too.

  9. Elaine Wick says:

    I am very sad to hear of Jackie‘s passing. She was a wonderful, remarkable colleague and friend to work with at Children’s Hospital. My thoughts and prayers are with family and friends.
    Elaine Frevert Wick

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