1935 ~ 2023
Jacqueline Hayden was born June 28, 1935, and passed away April 10, 2023, in Phoenix, Arizona. Born and raised in Klamath Falls, Oregon, Jackie was the daughter of Harvey and Mary Hayden. Jackie graduated from Klamath Union High School and later married her high school sweetheart Clayton Hannon. Jackie was a full-time mom supporting her children by being an active school volunteer, Campfire leader and sitting on many a bleacher watching countless track meets, baseball and basketball games.
When she wasn’t performing her mom duties, she was an avid supporter of her husband’s Association Management career with the Portland Rose Festival and the Oregon Association of Nurserymen, traveling with him and always being the gracious woman in the wings. Her biggest joys included spending time with her grandchildren and watching them grow up, living in Gleneden Beach for 17 years, combing the beach for agates, and perfecting her many talents including jewelry making.
After a lifetime as an Oregonian, she and Clayton made the decision to move to Phoenix Arizona in 2019. Jackie and Clayton celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary just a week before her passing.
Jackie leaves behind her husband Clayton, Phoenix, Arizona, daughter Lynda Tatum and her husband Bill of Phoenix, Arizona, son Rob Hannon and his wife Annette of West Linn, Oregon, grandchildren Mitchell Danielson and his wife Vicky, Kristine Zika and her husband Ryan, Rachel Hannon and 5 amazingly funny, smart and beautiful great grandchildren, Lauren, Thomas, Avery, Harper and Drake.
At Jackie’s request no services are planned. Condolences may be expressed at www.whitneymurphyfuneralhome.com.
Jackie Hannon, a generous, welcoming, gracious lady who will remain in our memories always.
I remember Jackie as the lovely, smiling and friendly mom next door. Hugs and condolences to you all.
I really enjoyed the visit my brother and I had with Jackie and Clayton a few years back, talking about genealogy and family history. I wish we would have had more opportunities to visit. I’m sure Jackie will be greatly missed.