She was a classical pianist and a community activists involving of the children of East Cleveland. Born September 10, 1919 transition March 3, 2021. Born to John Milton Smyles and Gladys May Etheldine Jones-Smyles who preceded her in death, and husband James Geido Martin, brother Harry M. Smyles, and sister Doris Dena Hundley. Jacqueline earned a scholarship in music to Oberlin Conservatory in 1937. Worked in WWII factories and finally retired from Ohio Bell in 2003. She leaves to mourn son, James, daughter, Janathan (David), grandson Ricardo W., great-grandsons, Johnathan R., Ricardo (LaTasha, great-great granddaughter, Ricquel, great-great grandson Ricardo III, Nephew, Richard T. Hundley (Cynthia, deceased), grandniece Karin A. Austin (Shawn), grandnephews, Shawn Jr., Kaleb, and Myles Austin, grandniece, Karyn Swann, daughters Lyric and Jaelyn, Elkridge, MD., Nephew, John M. Smyles III, M.D., (Karen), Philadelphia, great-grandnephew Adam Smyles, great grandniece, Hanna Smyles, sister-in-law Lillian Smyles, and adoptive Williams/Holland family. Jacqueline is a lifetime member of the Historic St. Andrews Episcopal Church of Cleveland.
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