Jacqueline A. Biedlingmaier

Jacqueline Ann Biedlingmaier (Jackie), 79, of Simpsonville, SC, widow of Joseph Biedlingmaier, passed away from natural causes on Friday, May 3, 2024. Born in Paulding, OH, she was a daughter of the late Jack and Betty Mae Fox and was preceded in death by siblings Richard and Janice Fox.

Jackie is survived by two sons, Joseph ‘Joe’ Biedlingmaier (Betsy), and Matthew Brock Biedlingmaier, and was the proud grandmother of two grandchildren, Ellis and Henry Biedlingmaier. 

Jackie had a passion for music, was a skilled pianist and singer, and was accepted to the prestigious Juilliard School of Music upon graduation from high school.  She chose to attend Bowling Green University to embark on a career as a special education teacher before settling in Maryland with her husband Joe.  She spent the majority of her adult life raising kids in Maryland until relocating to South Carolina in 2012 following Joe’s passing. 

Jackie maintained a deep personal faith and was actively involved in her church ministering to other widows and mentoring younger women. 

No public service will be held.

In lieu of flowers, Jackie requested donations be made to:
Saint Paul’s Anglican Church
304 E Camperdown Way
Greenville, SC  29601
(864) 232-0994

Condolences to the family of Jacqueline A. Biedlingmaier

  • Robin Lewis
    3 weeks ago

    From all of us at Truist Simpsonville, we will miss your mom so much. We enjoyed seeing her! She was such a sweet lady!

  • Emma Carver
    3 weeks ago

    I absolutely loved Jackie as she and I became friends while I did her hair, she was such an inspiration to me and always kept me grounded in my faith in Jesus, I will
    Miss her greatly and pray for
    You as
    A family for your loss

  • Kim Self
    2 weeks ago

    I work at Waterstone and Jackie was a pleasure to be around! She spoke of her sons so lovingly and I know she adored her family. Please be comforted knowing that she is at peace and no longer feels the pain of this world. Prayers for your family.

  • Rick Edwards
    2 weeks ago

    i knew this woman from the time she first met her husband Joe and i can say with conviction there are no finer women than she. she will be greatly missed. prayers out to her family

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