Jennifer Jacobs Resident Death, Obituary – Jennifer’s parents Ann (Lemieux) and Robert Jacobs of East Taunton survive her. Jason Schneider was her cherished husband. Jennifer loved her son Daniel McIlhargey and bonus children Annabel Schneider and Adam Schneider. Her brother Robert “Jake” Jacobs Jr. and his wife Teresa survive her. Jennifer was Brandon and Corey Jacobs’ aunt. Her loving grandparents William and Helen Jacobs and Donald and Rita Lemieux of Taunton, Massachusetts, died before her. Jason’s parents, Joseph Schneider and Mary Ann Spencer, survive Jennifer. Aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews survive her.
Jennifer was born in Taunton, Massachusetts to Robert and Ann Jacobs. Taunton High School’s 1991 graduation. On November 12, 2016, Jennifer married her soulmate, New Bedford math teacher Jason Schneider. Jason and Jennifer’s three gorgeous children formed a loving family. They married in Fall River, Massachusetts, and moved to Dartmouth in 2017. Jennifer, Jason, Danny, Annabel, and Adam enjoyed cooking, family board game nights, and playing with Shimi and Ella, their dogs. Jennifer was a receptionist at Dennis K. Burke Company in Taunton, Massachusetts, before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Over time, Jennifer became a talented self-taught cook. Her smile, grace, and superb dishes made every family gathering special. Jen and her husband Jason created “Fat Kid,” a food show on YouTube on Taunton Community Access & Media, Inc. Channels 15 on Comcast and 22 on Verizon. Those episodes showcased her wit, talent, and ability.
Jennifer performed in junior high and high school musicals and talent events with her angelic voice. Jen, a talented actress and singer, played lead and supporting roles in A Christmas Carol, South Pacific, Peter Pan, Annie, and others. Jen and her chorus and theatre classmates put on multiple high school talent showcases. But Jen was happiest performing songs and lullabies to her baby son Danny.
Jennifer championed her son Danny. She fought like a mother lioness to ensure Danny received all school services. She helped Danny grow through time. Early Intervention helps children and their parents develop communication skills and more. Jennifer was proud of her smart, articulate, and loving son Danny. Jennifer held a fundraiser for Early Intervention, raising thousands of dollars.
Jennifer loved her two Chihuahuas, Benny and Rocko. She adopted Shimi, a Chihuahua, and Ella, a boxer named after Eleanor Rigby, before her death. Jennifer loved practically any music. She inherited her parents’ Beatles obsession. Crapo Hathaway Funeral Home, 350 Somerset Ave, Taunton, MA, will hold calling hours from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. on September 23. Invite family and friends. Only immediate family will attend the 7:00 p.m. service.
COVID-19 requires masks for visitors. Visitors will be limited. After expressing their condolences, they will be requested to depart through a different door and the next group will be permitted inside the Funeral Home until everyone has done so. Please donate to Jennifer’s favorite organizations in lieu of flowers.