Jacquelyn Godino

Obituary of Jacquelyn M Godino

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Jacquelyn, “Jackie” Godino (nee McCormick), formerly of Belvidere, NJ, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 3, 2023.


Born in Easton, PA, she was the daughter of the late James & Mary Dolores McCormick (nee Howell).

Jackie grew up in the Lehigh Valley and graduated from Freedom High School.


Jackie was a registered nurse, primarily working in critical care units, working in several states, in a career spanning 30 years, including St. Luke's, St. Barnabas, Hackettstown Hospital and Hagedorn.


She loved animals especially horses and dogs. Jackie fostered and adopted the most needy animals that would often be overlooked due to age or medical needs. She also loved gardening and enjoyed growing lilies the most.


Surviving her are her son Jesse Lanshe & grandson Louie Lanshe, both of Chicago, IL, as well as her sister Susan Roukema (nee McCormick) & her children Bennett and Evan, and her brother Chris McCormick and his children Meridith & Connor. Jackie was predeceased by her brother, John Michael McCormick in 2012.


There will be a private service for the immediate family.


In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to a local animal shelter, in honor of Jackie's love of animals.

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