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Jacqueline M. Stringi-Ogg

The family of Jacqueline M. Stringi-Ogg, are most sad to announce her passing on Monday, April 20th at Lahey Clinic Hospital of Burlington, following a diagnosis of Coronavirus-Covid-19. “Jackie” had been living a peaceful and independent life until recently having some health complications due to a stroke. She was an alumna of Revere High School, Class of 1960 & a graduate of Burdette College, Class of 1962. Soon after school, she began with the former, First National Bank of Boston, within the Foreign Currency Department for six years. Later she would accept a position with TRAVEL-X, in Currency Services from 1998-2004. She thoroughly enjoyed her association with the Foreign Currency Departments & distribution. ¬†For over 25 years, Jacqueline was a resident of East Sandwich (Cape Cod) MA, where she based her family. There she blossomed into an ardent gardener —she was always working with the garden, according to seasons; that brought her such joy as well the joy she brought to her neighbors & the surrounding communities. One of her fondest activities was reading & learning. After the passing of her husband, William H. Ogg in February of 2001, she lived for a time with her daughter, Jennifer in San Francisco, California & returned to Revere in 2010.

She is the devoted mother of William A. Ogg of Charlotte, No. Carolina & Jennifer M. Ogg & her spouse, Sandra Ingraham of San Francisco, California.  She is the cherished sister to Frank L. Stringi (Revere City Planner) & his wife, Caron D. Stringi of Lynnfield. She is the loving aunt to Eric W. Stringi & his wife, Bree of Beverly, Michael H. Stringi & Jonathan T. Stringi, both of Lynnfield & David A. Stringi of Oakland, California. She is also survived by many faithful cousins. She was also the daughter of the late Frank W. Stringi & Roseanne M. (Chiampa) Stringi.


Services & interment were held privately, in keeping with the ongoing mandates & regulations in place,set  by the Comm. of MA & the Boston Archdiocese regarding the Coronavirus-Covid-19 pandemic.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center, 25 Staniford St., Boston, MA 02114.


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  1. Lee Sasso
    Apr 29 2020

    Frank, my deepest condolences in the loss of your sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time.
    Lee Sasso

  2. Fred sannella
    Apr 28 2020

    Frank,
    Please accept my condolences on the passing of your beloved sister
    Jacqueline !

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