Jacqueline C. Morrisey

Jacqueline C. (Jackie) Morrisey, formerly of Ballston Spa, passed away on March 17, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, NY at the age of 81.

She was born in Ticonderoga, NY and was the daughter of Raymond Davis and Edna (Thatcher) Davis.

Jackie was employed by the Ballston Spa Central School District as a Teaching Assistant for 25 years. Following her retirement, she volunteered at Saratoga Hospital and was recognized for over 8,590 hours of service to that facility. She also was a blood services volunteer with the Adirondack Saratoga Chapter of The American Red Cross and an elections monitor.

She was predeceased by her husband, Arthur. Jackie is survived by her daughter, Michelle (Robert) Bartsch of California, MD; son Michael (Marcilyn) Morrisey of Canandaigua, NY; grandchildren Timothy Bartsch of California, MD, Courtney Bartsch of Austin, TX and Spencer Tomasini of Warwick, RI. She is also survived by her sister, Elizabeth Wendell of Ticonderoga, NY, as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 9am Monday, March 26 at St. Mary’s Church, Milton Avenue, Ballston Spa, where a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated. Burial will follow in the Ballston Spa Cemetery.

The family wishes to thank the relatives, friends and neighbors who helped to care for her in her later years. They also would like to thank the staff of the Wesley Health Care Center.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to Community Emergency Corp or St. Mary’s Church would be appreciated.

Guest Book

Jackie Murphy Bentley

Mike and Shelly, my sympathy for the loss of your mom. She was such a great person always thinking of others before herself. She was a wonderful neighbor and friend to my parents. My prayers are with you. I am sorry I will not be able to attend the services but you both and your families will be in my thoughts and prayers. With Much Sympathy, Wayne and Jackie Bentley

Karen Englehart-Garant

Michael and Michelle a days does not go by that I do not thank God every day for your mom and dad. Your mom open her house to me everyday so that I could practice an hour on the piano, and I know it was not easy to listen to me play. She shared many recipes and cooking tips with me which I still use today. She was there at our house for my dad when my mom passed. She was a great neighbor but even more than that a special friend. She is now in heaven with you dad and my folks looking down at us with smiles and love.

Debbie McHale

Michael and Michelle - so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. It is so difficult when we lose a parent, but, what a wonderful lifetime of happy memories you have. Hold them tight. (I am so happy to have shared some of them with you both)

Rest now, Mrs. Morrisey, you taught so many, so much.
Love, Debbie

Tracey Bentley

Oh Jackie where to start, I've known you my entire life. You were my grandparents neighbor and friend. You were a wonderful women so loving caring and giving. You will truly be missed and always loved. Michelle and Michael I am so sorry for the loss of your mom my thoughts prayers and love are with you all.

Lori Ortoleva-Agnew

Michelle and Family my thoughts and prayers with you at this time of sorrow.
Sweet in our memory.

Barb Morin

Oh Mrs. Morrisey where do I start. You are one of my favorite people for sure, Dan and I worried about finding a home with good neighbors, neighbors that would be kind and ok with our 2 crazy boys. From the 1st time we met(and realized Wow its Mrs. Morrisey) to the day you went into Wesley we were truly blessed. Never did you complain about the boys making too much noise or Dan's radio..in fact you would say Barb relax I love listening to their giggles and Dan singing his heart out. Fly high, hug Art tight. Until we meet again I will hold you close in my heart ...And miss u like crazy. I love you so much xoxoxxo
Michelle & Mike thank you for sharing your Mom with us ❤

Michele Hayes-Martinez

Aunt Jackie was a phenomenal woman, mother, wife, sister, aunt, friend, professional., mentor and so many other roles. She put her heart, soul and faith into everything she touched. We love her dearly. Our condolences for Michelle, Michael and their families and all of those Aunt Jackie touched. She is with Uncle Art where she has always belonged. Sending prayers of strength and peace.
All our Love,
The Martinez Crew

Scott Adams

Mike, Michelle and family: So sorry for your loss! Your mom was a wonderful woman who always made me feel welcome in your home. She was also a great comfort to me when Sharon was in Saratoga Hospital during 2007-2008. May your mom rest in peace. Maureen and I will see you Monday. For now, sending our love and condolences. ❤