Jacqueline Leigh Ann Parrott

Jacqueline Leigh Ann Parrott was born on March 3, 1987, in Los Angeles, Calif., to Letitia and William Robert Parrott. Jacqueline Leigh Ann Parrott went home to her Heavenly Father on Wednesday, May 10, 2021. She had rested lastly at Ascension Providence Medical Hospital Intensive Care Unit in Waco. 

She was preceded in death by her father, William Robert Parrott.

Jacqueline began her schooling in Las Vegas, Nev. She was a graduate in the International Baccalaureate Degree Program at Kinston High School, Kinston, N.C. There she was a varsity cheerleader, All-American Honor Cheerleader, and lead competitor in the Kinston High School swim team; freestyle and backstroke were her strengths. Jacqueline participated in the Junior Miss competition, singing a song in French, her foreign language studies of choice. In 2005, as a participant in the national Model U.N., she was awarded the Bulldog Award.

Jacqueline was a first soprano vocalist, acquiring her skills and love for singing from her voice-trained father. She performed solos, both singing and dancing in school theatrical productions of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist, as Cha-Cha in Grease, and others. While still in high school, she was sought by Lenoir Community College in Kinston for the part (which she performed) of Miss Grace Ferrell in its presentation of Annie. Her performances were grandeously applauded and widely recognized. 

Jacqueline attended Trinity Valley Community College in Athens and was completing her studies in criminal justice. Her goal was to work to study law and become an attorney specializing in Family Law.

Jacqueline played the B-flat clarinet and the violin. She was able to play the piano “by ear”.

Jacqueline was a loving mother and is survived by her two children, Emily Ann Perez and Jorge William Perez. She is survived by her younger sisters, Laura Marie Parrott of Dallas, Veronica Jeanne Parrott (Zechariah John, and son Morgan Wilder) of Tyler, and Catherine Lillian Parrott of Marlin, TX. Jacqueline is survived by her mother, Letitia Parrott Estep of Marlin; her Aunts Rosemary Ripke of Mesquite, Yolanda Emons of Delafield, Wis., and Nora Stampley McNeil of Dallas; and uncle, Joseph Adrian Padilla and aunt Maureen Padilla of Missouri City. Jacqueline is also survived by numerous cousins and loving friends. 

Jacqueline’s Celebration of Life, a private service, will be held at Sand Springs Church in Athens on Nov. 29, 2021, at 2 p.m.




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