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Jacqueline A. Norcross, 73, resident of Nevis, formerly of Bemidji died Sunday, April 20, 2014 at the Sanford Health - Bemidji Medical Center.

Jacqueline Ann Moser was born June 8, 1940 in Minneapolis, to William and Geraldine (Babenroth) Moser. She was raised and educated in the Minneapolis area graduating from Armstrong-Cooper High School in Robbinsdale.

In September of 1957 she was united in marriage to Clyde T. Cameron in Minneapolis. They resided in Minneapolis and started their family. Jackie worked as a waitress for 17 years at Tally-Ho Restaurant. Jackie and Clyde later divorced.

On Dec. 23, 1978 Jackie was united in marriage to William "Bill" Norcross. They resided in Minneapolis and Bemidji. In 1997, they moved to Park Rapids where Jackie was employed at RDO as a machine operator. Jackie and Bill lived life to the fullest. They enjoyed going camping, attending Pow-wows, dancing, attending the annual Cajun Fest in Walker, spending time with family and adored every one of her grandchildren. Going for the "frequent" casino trip was always a treat to Jackie. Bill passed away February 4, 2008. After Bill's death, Jackie continued living in Bemidji and later moved to Nevis to be closer to her children. Jackie was an avid Minnesota Vikings fan; she enjoyed attending concerts, day trips in the car, listening to country and old time music and watching her Golden Girls and NCIS. This past March, Jackie took a trip to Jamaica with her daughters. A trip that made lasting memories that will forever be cherished.

Jackie will be remem-bered and missed by her children, Victoria (Timothy) Janke of Akeley, Michael (Kathy) Cameron, Scott (Cathy) Cameron and Kelly (Brian) Charmoli all of Nevis and David (Laura) Hesse of Anoka; numerous grand-children; many great-grandchildren; one sister, Jill Hamilton (Erma Light-sey) of Stewart, Fla.; and many nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, William Norcross; and aunt and uncle, Rosalie (Robert) Bishell.

Funeral service: 11 a.m. Thursday, April 24 at the Old Pine Point School, Ponsford.

Visitation: starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 23 in the Old Pine Point School and continuing until time of services on Thursday.

Interment: St. Theo-dore's Catholic Cemetery, in Ponsford.

David-Donehower Fu-neral Home of Detroit Lakes is assisting the fami-ly. Online condolences can be left at