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  • Sunset: May 26, 2020

    Celebrating A Wonderful Life


    18700 James Couzens Highway — Detroit, Michigan 48235

    Reverend Charles Christian Adams, Pastor

    Jacqueline Marie Blount Sunrise: January 11, 1933 Sunset: May 26, 2020


    Jacqueline Marie Austin Blount It was a cold but beautiful day, January 11th, 1933 in Athens, Georgia when Jacqueline Marie Austin was born. Her parents were William Thomas Austin and Nancy Aycox Austin. She lived in Athens for 10 years and then moved to Detroit, Michigan in 1943. Her mother was very religious and taught Jacqueline about the importance of knowing Christ.

    Jacqueline graduated from Northeastern High School in Detroit, MI. She attended Detroit Institute of Commerce in Detroit. She was employed at the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Command, from July 1951 to December 1971.

    Jacqueline married, Harold Blount on September 12th, 1953. Jackie was an only child, but Harold’s many sisters and brothers, took Jackie in as their own. She had lots of sibling in laws to talk with, shop with, share holidays and build precious memories with. Family gatherings were full of love and laughter.

    Jackie and Harold had a classy style and dressed in the latest fashions. You could see and feel the love they had for each other. To this union two beautiful daughters were born, Kimberly Denise, April 4th, 1960 and Angela Cecile, October 26th, 1967. Harold and Jacqueline were married for 46 years until his death on August 8, 1988.

    Jackie accepted Christ at an early age and attended Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Later in life, she joined Hartford Memorial Baptist Church. She was a dedicated usher of Senior Usher Board 1 and 2. She assisted with the Youth and Adult 2 Ministries. She was the treasurer for the Senior Usher Board. Jackie volunteered at the Agape House and Providence Hospital. Later, she spent time volunteering at her residence; American House.

    Her social connections included the Sagicornian’s Social Club, Checkmates, Tots & Teens, and Bridge Club. She truly enjoyed playing a variety of card games and crossword puzzles. Jackie enjoyed sewing and was great at her skill. She loved to travel and roller skate. Staying busy, Jacqueline also worked in retail at an apparel shop called Winkelman’s. She helped a lot of people look their best in the fashion world.

    Jacqueline is survived by her loving daughters, and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.

    God said you were getting weary So, He did what He thought best, He came and stood beside you

    And whispered, “Come and rest.”

    You bade no one a last farewell.

    Not even a good-bye, You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why.

    Th is P

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    Old Testament Reading Jeremiah 17:7-8 Sister Shellie Mitchell

    New Testament Reading Psalm 84:10-12 Sister Debra Beckon

    Song “I Shall Not be Moved” Rev. Versella Jenkins

    Lighting of Candles Kimberly and Angela Blount

    Resolution Sister Debra Beckon and Sister Shellie Mitchell

    Remarks Please limit to two minutes

    Song “Amazing Grace” Rev. Versella Jenkins

    Obituary Reading

    Prayer “The Lord’s Prayer” Rev. Versella Jenkins

    Eulogy Rev. Charles C. Adams, Pastor


  • Precious Memories...

  • ...How They Linger


    Glory hallelujah,

    I shall not be moved -

    Anchored in Christ Jesus,

    I shall not be moved –

    Just like the tree that's planted by the waters -

    I shall not be moved-

    In His love abiding, I shall not be moved -

    And in Him confiding, I shall not be moved –


    Amazing Grace! How sweet the


    That saved a wretch like me!

    I once was lost, but now am found

    Was blind, but now I see.


    'Twas Grace that taught my heart to


    And Grace my fears relieved.

    How precious did that Grace appear

    The hour I first believed.


    Through many dangers, toils, and


    I have already come.

    'Tis Grace hath brought me safe

    thus far

    And Grace will lead me home.

    THE LORD'S PRAYER – Matthew 6:9-13 (KJV)

    9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.

    10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

    11 Give us this day our daily bread.

    12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

    13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the

    glory, for ever. Amen.


  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT With Special Thanks from Jacqueline Blount’s family…

    Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair,

    Perhaps you sent beautiful flowers, that are sitting over there.

    Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say.

    Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us this day.

    Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much from our sorrowful hearts.

    Final Arrangements Entrusted To: McFall Brothers Funeral Home

    9419 Dexter Ave. Detroit, MI 48206 (313) 895-8900

    Agape Printing—313-861-1285