Jacqueline Luchini

Jul 21, 1934 - Aug 16, 2022

East Lawn East Sacramento
4300 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, Ca, 95819

Obituary

Jacqueline Luchini, 88, passed away on August 16th, 2022. Born to Mitchel and Isabel Chatoian
on July 21st, 1934, Jacqueline, who went by Jackie, was preceded in death by her loving husband of 57 years, Larry. She is survived by her children JoAnn Hanna (Garreth), Dave Luchini (Alicia), and Karen Hempel (Jan), brother Ralph Chatoian (Martha), sister-in-laws Arlene Gianatasio and Beverly Hoover (George), grandchild Laurel Kwon (Sokhyon), great grandchild Conor Kwon, grandchild Nick Hempel, niece Carol Herrera (Harry) and many wonderful family and friends who will miss her quick wit, her sense of humor, and her cooking.

Jackie was the life of the party, exuding a warm fun-loving energy which made everyone love to be around her. Some of her life accomplishments included being a master gardener and phenomenal cook as her yard and home was used for many fun gatherings. She was generous, thoughtful and caring.

Her celebration of life will be held at East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento on September
17th, 2022 at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Cancer Society.

Guestbook

  • Susan & Isac says:

    Jackie was one of the sweetest people I know. She was thoughtful, kind and funny in a sassy way. We have so many wonderful memories of Jackie. I feel honored to have known her and blessed to have been her neighbor and friend. She made us feel like family. Sending big hugs to her family who have also made us feel so welcome.

  • Patricia Keene says:

    Miss Jackie,
    I will always remember and cherish your love and kindness. You are one of a kind. Sweet peace in heaven. Give Mr. Luchini a hug and kiss for me. ❤️

  • Susan Houston (Lazzarini) says:

    Jackie was a second mom to me when I lived across the street for so many years.
    My family loved her and Larry. Cherish so many memories.

  • I met Jackie in 2011 when she and Larry visited Mexico with Alicia and Dave. I remember her as a pretty and very sweet lady, always happy and smiling. She was kind enough to send me a photo that she took of me and my little son Emmanuel attached with a letter that I will keep as a nice memory of those days that she spent with her Mexican family. My love and sincere condolences go out to her entire family.

  • Kristin Chatoian-Mahoney says:

    I looked forward to seeing Jackie every time. Her smile and sweet eyes could melt a room. She was the most welcoming, hospitable matriarch any family could want. I am and will be forever blessed to call her family.

  • Rick says:

    I miss my Aunt Jackie already. She was the nicest and most loving person and will be so missed by our family. God Bless you Auntie Jackie.

  • Shally Kwon says:

    I met Jackie (aka Double G or GiGi) when Laurel joined our family and it was like a two-for-one special! When I had the pleasure of Jackie’s company during dinner gatherings at Sok and Laurel’s house I thought this chick is so cool!! I feel fortunate to have crossed paths with Jackie and experience what living with kindness and joy looks like.

  • Amy Alden (Rinaldi) says:

    Great Aunt Jackie, I will miss your voice your twinkling eyes and your wit. You were a one of a kind. I hope you are dancing and singing with my grandmother (Eleanor) and all your other brothers and sisters. And of course laughing with everyone. I’ll miss you. Love to Joanne, David and Karen.

  • Bernie Luna says:

    I only met Jackie once (through Susan and Isac) but she was very memorable. Sweet, funny, lively. A beautiful person to be around. May memories bring comfort to all her family and friends.

  • Jorge Luis Sandoval says:

    A great human being. A lovely person. We love you Jacky.

  • Blanca Sandoval says:

    Un exelente ser humano , descanse en paz.

  • Rosalva Sandoval says:

    Una muy fina persona, descanse en paz. Mis condolencias para toda su familia. Abrazos

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