A long time family acquaintance, who had been down on his luck, was taken in by Jackie, given a place to stay in her home as well as a job at one of her businesses. Hours after the fire was started and it was declared that Jackie was missing, this same man was found in Paterson, NJ, inside Jackie’s 2019 Jeep Cherokee. Guns, Jackie’s jewelry and other items belongings to her family members were found in the truck.
Jackie’s sister (1 of 2), brother and mother all resided with her and were out of town when the fire ignited.
Jackie’s mother, 2 sisters, niece/God daughter, nephew-in-law, as well as her brother & nephew have not been able to eat, sleep or function normally since this took place. Not to mention close family friends who have tried their best to provide comfort to them during this unconscionable time. They have been up day and night searching and looking for her on their own. They have received little to no answers from the on-going investigation. They feel as though nothing was really brought to light until day 5, when the information was finally made public that Jackie was still missing.
Distraught by the thought of Jackie still not being found, the family hasn’t even begun to process the thought of being without a home not to mention the loss of everything they owned including their 4 pets.
In spite of the family having immediate family in North Jersey, they have been staying in a hotel near their now unsalvageable residence only with the clothes on their back, refusing to leave the area until Jackie is found.
This family has always been known to be on the giving end of things. For them even think of asking for any assistance isn’t in their nature, even during this unfathomable time.
Due to all of the inquiries and requests to help, this page was created.
Despite them not expecting anything, I know they would be eternally grateful.
Extending utmost gratitude in advance for your time, support and prayers until Jackie is found.https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2019/09/18/missing-woman-jacquelin-terrulli-monmouth-county-ronald-teschner/