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Jacqueline Mott

June 26, 1936 — July 29, 2011

Jacqueline Sue Mott, 75, of Dallas, passed away on July 29, 2011. Her final days were spent surrounded by her family and friends. Jackie was born June 26, 1936 in Lufkin to E.B. and Bessie Mae Mott. Her father E.B. Mott started Mott's Five and Dime in 1942 opening it's first store on Knox Street in Dallas. It went on to become one of the largest and most successful family owned stores, having 75 locations across Texas. Jackie graduated from Hockaday, El Paso High School, and Mt. Vernon Junior College, Washington, DC. She went on to attend Southern Methodist University receiving a degree in Interior Design. She was also selected as Princess at the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell in March 1956 as well as being a Tyler Rose Queen in Tyler, TX. Jackie was an active member of the Junior League of Dallas, and attended many charity events. She was also a member of the Highland Park Methodist Church. Her interests included Family, Music, Art, Interior design, and Travel. Jackie is survived by her 3 sons and their spouses, Lance and wife Mary Oliver, Keith and wife Janese Oliver, Ryan and wife Tonya Cherie Oliver, 2 grandchildren Jacob Oliver and Caroline Oliver. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: The Alzheimers Association, Greater Dallas Chapter Office 4144 N. Central Expressway, Suite 750 Dallas, TX 75204 Please make your check payable to: The Alzheimers Association
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