TULLI, Jacqueline age 73 of Colorado Springs, Colorado, passed away on Sunday December 29, 2019 after a long battle with stage 4 cancer.

Jackie was born on January 26th, 1946 in St. Louis, Missouri where she was raised. She went to Mascoutah High School, class of 1963. Jackie cared deeply for animals, had a love of nature, and cherished the time she spent with her grandchildren. She will be remembered for the kindness she shared in her life.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Drusilla (Meyer) Fuchs; one son, Chad Thierjung; and one grandchild, Justin. She was also preceded in death by her birth parents, Evelyn and James.

She is survived by her daughter, Kambria Gibbens; four sons, Todd Thierjung, Kyle Gibbens, Zachary Ray, and Kendon Ray; eight grandchildren, Johnny, Maegan, Tyler, Vyolet, Jess, Tawnie, Sydney, and Soulimar; and three great grandchildren. She is also survived by four brothers, Karle M., Karl T., James, and John; as well as two sisters, Carroll and Diane.

A memorial ceremony will take place at Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 E Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80910, on Sunday, January 12th, 2020 at 1:00 pm. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Jackie’s life.  In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Gem City Kitties at 1513 E. 5th St., Dayton, Ohio 45403, or online at gemcitykitties.org. The family would like to thank the hospital staff for their care.

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  1. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

  2. I was shocked to hear this sad news. Jackie & I have been friends for over 60 years & always stayed in touch with each other! I will miss you & remember
    our special friendship! My deepest sympathy to Kambria & her familyđź’žđź’•

  3. I am truly sorry. You will be sorely missed. My prayers for your family.

  4. My love and condolences to all the family. Jackie and I were close friends in high school. I loved her sense of humor and I must admit we were a bit mischievous together. The only high school prank I recall was taking straws out of the open boxes (there was one box on each cafeteria table). We plugged the bottom of a couple of straws with butter, then filled the straws partway with salt, then put them back in the box! Only once did we see someone take one and make a face. I know we are both sorry for that. Oh! And on rare occasions we might plead illness and then meet up in the nurse’s room for an hour. We never skipped out on a whole school day however. We had some sense of priorities! She was so much fun to pal around with. I have to thank Carol Burk for keeping in touch with this dear hearted lady. I love kitties too!

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