Jacklyn Baker "Jackie" (Mosher) Clements

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Jacklyn Baker (Mosher) Clements
1930 - 2017

WEST ENFIELD - Jacklyn "Jackie" Baker (Mosher) Clements, daughter of Lillian Baker Crider and Franklin Mosher, went to be with The Lord on Saturday Aug. 5, 2017, surrounded by her loving family and cats.

Jackie was born on July 11, 1930, in Waterville.

Jackie led a full life. She grew up in Oakland and graduated from Williams High School. She attended Farmington State Teachers College before graduating from Thomas Business School.

In 1951, she married John. She enjoyed traveling with his military career to Illinois and Mississippi before returning to Maine.

Jackie was well-known in her community of West Enfield. She and her sister-in-law Rita owned the Big Dipper take-out, before opening the Montague House Restaurant in 1986 with her daughter, Nannette. They employed numerous members of the community.

Jackie was past president of the PTA and for several years organized talent shows to benefit The March of Dimes. Jackie was very active in her church for over 50 years.

Jackie was well known for her love of strays. Stray animals and stray humans alike. Many people have memories of her kindness, love and generosity.

Jackie was predeceased by her parents, her husband John, her Aunt Ethel and Uncle Ken Baker, her nephew Kenny, and numerous in-laws and loved ones.

Jackie is survived by her brother, Franklin; her daughter, Nannette Fleming, and her husband Keith; her grandson, Aaron Feldmus, and his girlfriend Kim Roy; her grandson, Jera Feldmus, and his wife Stacey; her granddaughter, Mariah Collins, and her husband Shawn; her great-grandchildren, Felicia Feldmus, Chelsey Feldmus, Delaney Keller and Caleb Collins; her beloved cats; and numerous friends, family and loved ones.

Friends may call from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Clay Funeral Home, 7 Lee Road, Lincoln, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, with the Rev. Jack Hyland officiating. Interment will be at a later date. Online condolences may be expressed at: www.clayfuneralhome.com.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the
Enfield Baptist Church
your local Humane Society
Forgotten Felines

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Clay Funeral Home - Lincoln
7 Lee Road
Lincoln, ME 04457
(207) 794-2941
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Published in Central Maine on Aug. 7, 2017