Jacqueline Hardeman was born August 14, 1945 in the community of Center Union, Texas. She was the seventh of eight children born to the late Daniel and Beulah Carr Hardeman.
Jacqueline united with the Center Union Baptist Church at an early age. She has served faithfully with several Churches. The most recent was Love of God International Ministry in San Diego, California. Prior to that, she was a member of St. Stephens Church of God and Christ in San Diego, California. She was a faithful prayer warrior until her death.
Jacqueline graduated from Mary A. Brown High School and moved to San Diego, California with her sister, the late Luvenia Charles Dears. She graduated from the Job Corps with a certificate as a nursing assistant. She worked for many years in hospitals as well as performing private duty nursing.
Jacqueline was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Beulah Hardeman; her oldest brother, Willie Lee Hardeman; two sisters, Luvenia Dears and Ella Mae McDonald; a nephew, Anthony Hardeman and a niece, Virginia Kay McDonald.
Jacqueline leaves to cherish her memory, one loving brother, Daniel Hardeman (Janice); three loving sisters, Theresa Sneed (Alvin), Earnestine Thompson, and Erma Jean Felix; a brother-in-law, George McDonald, along with 21 nieces and nephews and many, many great nieces and nephews. She also leaves a devoted god-sister, Mrs. Carrie Dawson and her prayer partner Minister Eddie Jean Spencer, both of San Diego, CA as well many other faithful friends.