Jacqueline Wells

Jacque attended school in Bell, California, where she met lifelong friend, and future sister-in-law, Joelda Wells. Joelda’s brother, Ronald Wells, was smitten with his sister’s friend, and on August 18, 1956, she and Ron were married.

Jacque and Ron were married for 62 years. In that time they created a long-lasting legacy of love, commitment, and family.

Jacque spent the majority of her life in Southern California, raising their three kids, Cathy, Steve, and Jeff. After the kids were grown, she had her own housecleaning business in Sun City, where she cleaned homes for the elderly.

Jacque will best be remembered for her “sweet little voice,” her quiet and pure soul, loving the Lord, and loving her family. Nothing seemed to bring “Gigi” more joy than spending time with her great-grandchildren.

Jacqueline Wells is survived by her daughter, Catherine Johnson, and her husband, Kenneth; son Steven Wells; grandchildren Stephanie Wells, Kevin Johnson, and his wife Lis,  Erik Johnson, and his wife Stephanie, and Randy Johnson, and his wife Nayheli, Stephen Wells, and Michael Wells, of Arizona; great-grandchildren Kody Wells, Lukas, Lia, Maddux, Levi, Valentina and Auriella Johnson; sisters June Testa and Janet Kiel, and sister-in-law Joelda Williams.

Jacque was preceded in death by her parents, John Pearson and Maxine Barker, stepfather Roscoe Monroe, husband Ronald Wells, youngest son Jeffrey Wells, and brother Roger Monroe.

2 Responses to “Jacqueline Wells”

  • Jo Williams says:

    She was the best friend ever and as our lives entertwined we continued to be close. She loved my Brother dearly and as you can see she loved her family so much. I personally will miss that sweet little voice when she would call. Bless you all family and Rest In Peace my friend until we meet again.

    Love forever, JO

  • Terri Villanueva says:

    Aunt Jacque you will be missed so very much. Your sweetness and tender voice will be remembered always. Heaven has truly received and Angel.

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