Jessy Amy Rose (Zuckerman) Dunlap

October 21, 1964 - April 4, 2022
Jessy Amy Rose (Zuckerman) Dunlap

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Jessy Amy Rose (Zuckerman) Dunlap, 57, of Moundsville, WV, formerly of Long Island NY and southern California, passed away on April 4, 2022 at Stonerise Health Care.

She was born on October 21, 1964 in Pierre, South Dakota, daughter of the late Jerome Zuckerman and Sophia (Daniels) Powers.

Jessy was a homemaker who enjoyed reading, puzzles, walking, candles, collecting tins and loved Christmas.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, David Zuckerman.

Surviving are her husband of 23 years, James “Jamie” Dunlap of Moundsville; children, Luke Zuckerman of Fontana, CA, Benjamin (Cat) Degroat of Evansville, Wyoming and James “Boppy” Dunlap of Moundsville; brother, Gary Zuckerman of NY; sister, Anna (Jose) Navarro of Fontana, CA; nieces, Kimberlee, Rosie, Jo Jo and Ronnie; mother-in-law, Kathy “Mom” Dunlap and several grandchildren, Aries, Sophia, ,Keyarra “Alice”, Everly and Rhea.

Per Jessy’s request, there will be no services at this time.  Memorial contributions may be made to

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Arrangements entrusted to CARE Funeral & Cremation Services, 1500 Second Street, Moundsville, WV.

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  • April 07, 2022
    Phyllis Johnson says:
    Will miss Jessy very much she could be so funny love you Aunt Phyllis

  • April 07, 2022
    Sue Jasinski says:
    So very for your family loss. I’ll be keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers and in time I hope you find comfort in pleasant memories

  • April 08, 2022
    Mom I still love you to the moon and back. You will be missed but never forgotten.

  • April 08, 2022
    Jojo says:
    I can't believe you are gone tia I have so many good memories of you but my favorite one is when we would go to your house to go swimming and you would watch us from your window doing your puzzles and for lunch you would always make us top ramen with an egg in it. You will truly be missed tia I love you too the moon and back

  • April 08, 2022
    Ronnie says:
    Oh Tia having all those memories of you watching us and caring for me Rosie and Jojo like we were your own daughters you were like a second mother to me I remember you telling me every time that you loved my hair and you wanted my hair and I was like go ahead take it... I would've given you all of my hair... I remember mommy telling us stories about you so I put you in my "strongest and bravest and most toughest women I knew" category right besides mommy and mum mum so I thought you would get threw this I didn't want to believe that your body was tired if I could I would've taken all of your pain away but I knew your spirit was strong and wanted to go on but it just couldn't oh I wish I could just see you one more time just to hear your voice and thank you for all you've done for us I wish you could've met my Aubry she is as strong spirited as you but I am thankful you've gotten to talk to her a few times... I want to end this with "Bobby" or "mommy's headache" (insider) and Tio.. They were and are always blessed to have such a beautiful person in their lives and I know they will keep your memories going on and continue to go on just for you I know you can see Bobby taking care of Tio I can say we're proud of him... And for Tio please be strong for Tia and "Bobby" I could go on and on but I am going to end this with Tia "I love you to the moon and back" Love Ronnie