Jacqueline T. Carrigan | Obituary


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Jacqueline T. Carrigan RUTLAND

Jacqueline “Jackie” Carrigan died peacefully in Rutland Regional Medical Center , on the 11th of October 2021. She was suffering from an unintentional aneurysm that had formed within her heart.She was with her nieces Sharon Ann Godrick and Mary Godrick Sherowski.Jackie was born on the 15th of October 1937, to Caterina (Bianchi) as well as John B. Tade, in West Rutland, Vermont.She was a student at West Rutland High School and was a part of numerous high school events.As an junior, Jackie was awarded first prize for the Prize Speaking competition, which eventually resulted in her becoming an actor.When she graduated in high school Jackie obtained her radiology certification at Rutland Hospital, at which point she also worked.The job was extremely important to Jackie.After her wedding with William “Bill” Carrigan Jr. (whom she divorced later) her along with Bill relocated into Buffalo, New York, and Falls Church, Virginia.While living between New York and Virginia, Jackie was deeply active in the arts of performing, as an actor and producer.In Virginia Jackie was employed for a long time in the US government, in the Department of Defense with security clearance.Following the death of Son John Raymond “Jay” Carrigan on December 30 2003 Jackie was relocated into West Rutland, Vermont, where she continued to perform as a theater performer.Jackie was an active participant in Alcoholics Anonymous.Jackie was recently residing in the Loretto Home which is located in Rutland, Vermont.She was a fervent reading fan, Catholic Christian and prayer warrior. She enjoyed playing cards, listen to music and play cards.She was fond of her cats!Jackie remains with her three daughters Sharon Ann Godrick, of Rutland, Vermont; Mary Godrick Sherowski (Edward J. Sherowski) from Hubbardton, Vermont; her nephew, Chester P. Godrick Jr. (Kathy Godrick) from Millersville, Maryland; grandnephews, Billy Godrick and Chester (Peter) Godrick III, and her grandchild, Kayla Godrick, from Millersville, Maryland; and her beloved cat Henry.Jackie was predeceased by her parents, both parents; her son, John Raymond Carrigan III; and her sister, Antoinette “Toni” Godrick who died on December 24 20th, 2020, on Christmas Eve.A Catholic funeral is scheduled for October 23rd, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in West Rutland.The burial will take place the service at St. Bridget Cemetery in West Rutland.Donations can be donated for the Rutland County Humane Society or Vermont’s Actor’s Repertory Theater, PO Box 580, Rutland, VT 05702.The arrangements are handled through Clifford Funeral Home.


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