Jacquelyn Loveall, 82, Rockville, formerly of Brazil, died Friday, Dec. 25, 2009, at Union Hospital, Clinton.
She was born Jan. 18, 1927, in Terre Haute, to George L. Kerr and Charlotte Campbell Kerr.
Raised in Brazil, Jacquelyn graduated from Brazil High School in 1944.
She was a member of Chapter No. 80 Order of Eastern Star, an Honored Queen of Job's Daughters and a member of the Christian Science Church.
She loved to sing and participated in several local choirs as well as being active in various community organizations.
Jacquelyn was a published author and poet.
The book, "Phila Campbell," was one of her literary works. Jacquelyn participated in poetry recitals and readings at schools and festivals such as the Covered Bridge throughout western Indiana.
Jacquelyn and her husband Jack owned and operated "Two Jacks" antique business for approximately 30 years.
They were known as pioneers of antiquing in this area.
Survivors include her husband of 66 years, James J. "Jack" Loveall, son and daughter-in-law G. Michael and Laurie Loveall, Terre Haute, daughter and son-in-law Sally L. and Larry Newell, Tolono, Ill., sister and brother-in-law Susie and Jack Tucker, Brazil, seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, two nieces and one nephew.
At her request, there will be no visitation or services.
Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Callahan and Hughes Funeral Home, 605 S. 25th St., Terre Haute.
Memorial contributions may be made to Light House Mission, Inc., 1450 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, 47807.