Jacqulyn L. Streets


Jacqulyn L. Streets


Jacqulyn Streets

Jacqulyn L. Streets, of Billings, passed away Tuesday, July 1, 2020, with her daughters Lauri and Sara by her side.

She was born on Nov. 21, 1934, to Ellick and Louise Bittick. On Sept. 2, 1955, she married Glenn A. Streets. They had known each other all their lives. He was the good-looking guy driving a red convertible with California plates while home from the Service. She worked as the laboratory manager at St. Vincent hospital after graduating from Montana State until 1989. She had a heart of gold and was always willing to help anyone. She shared her gifts with so many people that were fortunate enough to meet her. She was an avid antique collector and loved shopping at Chico’s!

She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Glenn; and her brother, Bruce Bittick. She is survived by her daughters, Lauri Poppler (Blaine and children Austin, Rose and Blaine Jr.) and Sara Lovely (Douglas). She is also survived by her grandson Parker Gunderson, of whom she was so proud; and her dear friend Joseph Brookshier. She also leaves behind her nieces, Anita Romero (Aaron), Brenda Whitman (Tony) and nephew Bruce Bittick.

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  1. Jackie was a beautiful soul who knew no strangers. She was a very loving, fun and generous lady and I am so so blessed to have enjoyed her company. XO

  2. Lauri and Blaine, Please accept our condolences for your mother, Jacqulyn Streets. Her picture reminded me that I knew her at St V’s. She was an excellent laboratory manager.
    We hope that you guys are well.
    David Myers
    Nancy Myers

  3. Lauri, I know how you so lovenly cared for your Mother. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Maureen L.

  4. Kathy Berscheid

    My sincere sympathy! Jackie was one of the the BEST and kindest bosses I ever had in my medical career! .I have many great memories of working with her. Take care..God Bless you…

  5. Lauri and Sara, I will always remember your mom’s kindness, generosity, and sense of humor. I’m especially grateful that she was such a good, dear friend to my mom, nearly all their lives, despite the geographic distances that separated them for so many years. For that reason, from the first time I met her when I was 12, she seemed like family to me. May you treasure your memories of her. I certainly will. My sincere condolences and lots of love to you.

  6. Marilee Morgan Langohr

    My first job as a medical technologist was at St Vincents. Jackie was my manager and still hired me after my very nervous interview. I stayed with St Vincents for eleven years, much of that time was due to Jackie. She was a wonderful leader and the kindest lady I have met in many years. My prayers to all of her family. God took a good one home.
    Sincerely, Marilee Morgan Langohr

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