Jacqueline S. Moore

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Mary Jacqueline Simon Moore
Born March 19, 1926
Hannibal, Missouri, USA.
Died April 11, 2002(2002-04-11) (aged 76)
Strasburg, Virginia, United States
Cause of death
Complications from Parkinson's Disease
Education Middlebury College, Vermont
Occupation Chemist

Jacqueline S. Moore (1926–2002), often known as Jackie Moore, was an American poet and author of Moments of My Life ,[1] a book of poems from her youth through her life including many inspired by her struggle with Parkinson's disease.

Jackie was a Middlebury College, Vermont graduate. She retired from E.I. DuPont where she was employed as a chemist during World War II.

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  1. ^ Moments of My Life, Loft Press. Loft Press. Retrieved on 2011-02-03.

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