Jacqueline “Jackie” Bundschuh, 68, of Tiffin, OH passed away on Monday, May 12, 2014 at her home surrounded by her family. She was born September 27, 1945 in Fremont, OH, the daughter of Richard and Beatrice (Tishler) Winters. She was a 1964 graduate of St. Joseph High School.
Jackie married Doug Ingersoll in 1967 and although no longer together, they remain friends. She married Bruce Bundschuh in 1994 and he survives.
Jackie worked at H.J. Heinz, Great Lakes Sugar and retired from Farm & Fleet D.C. Center in Fostoria when it closed. She loved being outside to work in the yard and her flower beds, walking the dogs, especially Bud who was her best friend. Jackie also had her cats to take care of and many bird feeders to fill. Fall was her favorite time of year. She loved the color of the leaves, the soft gentle breeze, the raking of leaves and baking pumpkin seeds. Jackie also loved winter, setting with a hot cup of coffee and watching the snow falling. She loved to decorate for all holidays. Summertime was also fun, out on the lake with good friends, fishing and trying to catch the first, the biggest and the most! She was a natural born nature lover.
Surviving are her husband, Bruce Bundschuh; son, Scott (Amanda Burns) Ingersoll, Fremont, OH; daughter, Tiffany (Ben) Ingersoll, Chicago, IL; brothers, David (Marsha) Winters, Fremont, OH, George (Mary Ann) Winters, Sacramento, CA; grandson, Jackson Douglas.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Visitation: Friday from 2Print Obituary & Condolences