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Amy Micallef-Jacoby

Amy Micallef-Jacoby of Wilmington, Delaware and Naples, Florida passed away on November 9, 2020 at the age of 64.

Amy was born on December 3, 1955 in Seaford, Delaware. She is a graduate of Saint Mary Magdalen Catholic School, Ursuline Academy, and Allentown College. She is remembered as an avid gardener, a passionate collector, a frequent baker, and an ardent celebrant of Christmas.

Amy was predeceased by her parents Gerald A. Micallef and Joanne Rigney Micallef.

Amy is survived by her husband of almost 40 years, Thomas Jacoby, her son Joseph Jacoby (Alyssa) of Wilmington, Delaware, sister Julie Baron (Mike) of Austin, Texas, brother Joseph Micallef (Louise) of Chevy Chase, Maryland, sister Jane Klinger (Karl) of Centreville, Delaware, sister-in-law Marci Jacoby of Wilmington, Delaware, granddaughter Sloane Jacoby and nieces and nephews Andrew Baron, Zachary Baron, Ryan Baron, Jack Micallef, Sarah Micallef, Amelia Klinger, Noelle Klinger, Forrest Klinger, and Corinne Klinger.

Private services for Amy were held on November 12, 2020.

In lieu of flowers, Amy’s family suggests contributions to the Sisters of the Visitation, 14 Beach Road, Tyringham, MA 01264.

 

 

Funeral Services

Private services for Amy were held on November 12, 2020.

In lieu of flowers, Amy’s family suggests contributions to the Sisters of the Visitation, 14 Beach Road, Tyringham, MA 01264.

 

 

Condolences

    Julie Baron lit a candle and writes,
    A family historian of sorts and connector of people, Amy's large extended family and close friends brought her great happiness. She was a thoughtful person with a wonderful smile. Amy got more enjoyment out of her many kindnesses to others than the receivers, frequently baking her famous rum cake and muffins as gifts. She fought the good fight with courage and perseverance. Her feisty personality will be greatly missed. May she finally rest in peace.
    11/11/2020 05:49 pm
    Andrew Baron lit a candle and writes,
    My deepest condolences. Aunt Amy will be dearly missed. She was the greatest godmother one could ask for and the most thoughtful person I know.
    11/11/2020 06:12 pm
    WILLIAM F GRANEY writes,
    Dear family, As former pastor I enjoyed the presence of her parents and family at SMM. I continued to be in touch with her mother usually with the Mothers; guild and then Vocation support group. Prayers for family and may she rest in peace.
    11/13/2020 08:11 am
    Alice Sheehan lit a candle and writes,
    I was shocked and saddened to read this morning of Amy’s passing. I worked with Amy in External Affairs at DuPont’s Barley Mill Plaza. She was one of my favorite people there. I am truly sorry for your loss. Sending hugs and prayers to all at this difficult time. Sincerely, Alice Sheehan
    11/13/2020 11:52 am
    Mary Kate McKinley lit a candle and writes,
    My friend Amy was one of a kind. I loved her twinkling smile, quirky perspectives, & insatiable curiosity. Her talents & creativity in gardening, holiday decorating, & crafting were legendary. We dubbed her "The Spray Paint Queen". It was her favorite way to repurpose almost anything! We had many adventures over the years & I cherish that time we had together. She had a generous heart & loved her family unconditionally. Amy touched our lives in a special way & will live on in our hearts & memories. Her spirit was so strong I’m sure she’s still around enjoying everyone’s remembrances. Miss you Amy!
    11/14/2020 09:43 am
    Nancy Biddle lit a candle and writes,
    Joe, Alyssa and Sloane, We were very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Please know that she is at peace and will always be watching over you and your family. She is at peace knowing that she raised such a fine young gentleman and wonderful father to Sloane. My family will continue to keep your family in our prayers and you know we will always be here for you. May the Lord Bless your family.
    11/14/2020 10:04 am
    Laura O'Toole writes,
    So very, very sorry to hear of Amy's passing - and holding Tom and Joe, Julie, Joe, and Jane and all of your families in the light. Condolences also to so many of our old gang who traveled together through SMM grade school, Girl Scouts, Ursuline - and so much thereafter - who will miss her presence. Amy was an "original" and one of the most creative, fun-loving, and organized people I have ever known. She was the spirit of Christmas and we will all no doubt all raise a glass to her memory, and all of our memories, for years to come. Rest in peace, my friend.
    11/14/2020 03:54 pm
    Nina & Tim Cotter writes,
    Amy had a way about her that always made people feel welcome. And oh, how she loved her family. We cherish the times we spent with her and take solace in knowing she is with the Lord. Our sincere condolences to Tom, Joe, Sloane and all her family.
    11/14/2020 06:06 pm
    Thom Kilker writes,
    Tom, my heartfelt condolences to you, sour son and all your family on the passing of Amy. I have a number of very pleasant memories of both of you at AC. God bless and comfort all of you. Thom K.
    11/16/2020 05:27 am
    Marilou Szymanski lit a candle and writes,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers . I have known Amy since grade school , enjoying the extraordinary Christmas decorated home and her gardening talents. May you find peace in her memory.
    11/22/2020 07:48 am
    Andrea Ranauto Hagelstein lit a candle and writes,
    I was so saddened to hear of Amy’s passing, we were grade school pals at St. Mary Magdalen and had run into each other several times over the years. I will keep those sweet memories of passing notes in class, slumber parties, lots of shared giggles (and a bit of Nancy Drew adventure) in my heart always. My sincerest condolences to her family, Andrea Ranauto Hagelstein
    11/24/2020 02:17 pm

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