Jacqueline D. Dybevik

jacqueline dybevik
Jacqueline D. Dybevik, age 71, of Elma, IA, passed away on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, MN. Funeral Services will be at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Elma, IA with Pastor Daird Korth officiating. Burial will be in Howard County Cemetery at Elma, IA. Visitation will be held from 5:00-8:00 PM on Monday, September 30, 2019 at Conway-Markham Funeral Home in Elma, IA. Online condolences for Jacqueline’s family may be left at www.conway-markhamfh.com. Memorials may be directed to the family. Jacqueline Day Dybevik was born on July 29, 1948 to Theodore and Lois (Tullis) Klockner in Ft. Dodge, IA. She attended school in Waterloo and graduated from Orange High School in 1967. Jackie worked at JC Penney for a short time before becoming a nurses aid in Waterloo, IA and later in New Hampton, IA. Jackie was united in marriage to Donald Dybevik on October 23, 1971 at the Little Brown Church in Nashua, IA. The couple lived in Cresco before moving to Elma, IA in 1973 where the couple has lived to the present time. Jackie worked as a direct care staff of Comprehensive Systems in New Hampton and Elma until she retired. Jackie enjoyed caring for people, flower gardening, feeding and watching hummingbirds, bowling and spending time with family and friends. She aslo enjoyed traveling and seeing the ocean. Jackie was a member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Ladies Aid and the quilting club. Jackie is survived by her mother Lois Nielsen of Elma, IA; husband Donald of Elma, IA; four children Ryan (Heather) Dybevik of Kensett, IA, Heather Dybevik of Elma, IA, Tiffany (DeVonne) Dybevik of Fredericks, VA and Brittany (Jason) Stone of Orlando, FL; sister Nancy (Pat) Jeffries of Washburn, IA; brother Bruce (Carol) Klockner of Pecatonica, IL; grandchildren Skylar Dybevik, Hunter Dybevik, Zarina Dybevik, Layla Dybevik-Collins, and Amina Stone; sisters-in-law Karen Streich of Charles City, IA, and Carol Schwake of Elma, IA; and brother-in-law Daryl Dybevik of Cresco, IA. Jackie is preceded in death by her father Theodore Klockner; brother Paul Klockner; and great niece Grace Rosauer.

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  1. Tiffany & Family, I’m heartbroken for you all. I’m so thankful that I had the chance to meet Jackie at Layla and Halen’s swim meet a few years ago in Fredericksburg, Va. It only took one hug to feel the love, compassion and kindness that your mom possessed. My prayers will continue for you all for God to provide peace and understanding today and in the days ahead. Sending my love and deepest sympathy, Christie Tokar (and Halen)

  2. To Jackie’s family ur mother was a wonderful women kind ,loving , respectful the most amazing babysitter I had she was always open arms to me remembering her kindness is precious to me….jackie I will always remember u in my heart and when I see a butterfly I know ur near ..love always dawn-titus-stanley

  3. Don, Lois & Family, Prayers Sent Your Way For Strength, Peace & Our Sincere Sympathy At This Time Of Loss. Jackie Loved Life, The Outdoors & God’s Beauty. I Always Liked To See Her, Her Mom & The Gals She Walked With, Pass By Our House. We’d Wave. I Got A Chuckle When She Got Her Golf Cart. She’d Go Whizzing By. God Bless You All. She Will Be Watching Over You With Love.

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