In Loving Memory of Jacqueline Logan Blackburn

July 11, 1922
Bridgeport, CT
February 23, 2020
Southport, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Service

Private Services

Cemetery

Family Gathering

Charity

Bridgeport Ladies Charitable Society

P.O. Box 320132,
Fairfield,
CT 06824


Southport Congregational Church

524 Pequot Avenue,
Southport,
CT 06890


Jacqueline Logan Blackburn

Jacqueline Logan Blackburn of Southport, CT died on February 23, 2020 at the age of 97.
She was a resident of the Fairfield area all of her life, spending 30 winters in Vero Beach, FL.
She was a graduate of The Madeira School and Smith College. Always active in the community, she served on many boards, and was an advocate of caring for the elderly.
Mrs. Blackburn was a member of the Fairfield Garden Club, Bridgeport Ladies Charitable, Pequot Yacht Club, and the Country Club of Fairfield .
She was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, DeLoss Blackburn and is survived by her children, DeLoss Blackburn, Jr. of Salisbury, CT, Jennifer Blackburn Walker and her husband Steven, and grandchildren Colby, his wife Andrea, and Alexander Walker all of Dillon, CO.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. If desired, contributions may be made to Bridgeport Ladies Charitable or Southport Congregational Church. For information or to offer an online condolence please visit www.SpearFuneralHome.com

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2 Guestbook Entries for Jacqueline Logan Blackburn

  1. My sympathy to Jackie’s family. I used to enjoy discussing books with Jackie. We both also shared a sweet tooth too. I would sometimes find treats from Jackie at my patio door. Mary Condon

  2. Dear Jennifer and Duke,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was always very kind to my mother and I loved her for it.
    Even after we moved off the street in 1983 they would run into each other periodically and my mom would always tell me about it. She always mentioned how nice she was. This means the
    world to me and I will always remember her for it. Jennifer, I wondered if she remembered to tell
    you that my niece Lauren was in the Carnegie Hall concert to honor John Rutter. She sang with
    the National Philharmonic Chorale from Maryland. She told me she remembered that a group
    from Colorado was standing behind her. Isn’t that a coincidence! I still think about North Cedar
    Rd. I loved it there. My best to both of you.
    Sincerely,
    Laura Putnocky