She was a gorgeous blond woman in the prime of her life, a loving mother, and a compassionate caretaker for those who were the most in need of comforting. Jacqueline Wisniewski (photos below) had her life stolen by a crazed doctor at Erie County Medical Center where she worked in Buffalo, New York, on the morning of June 13th, 2012.
Police are seeking a surgeon from the hospital named Timothy V. Jorden Jr. who has been named a person of interest in the case. He will obviously soon be caught, and hopefully that will happen before he injures anyone else. Maybe he will do himself in which often happens in these selfish cases. I’ll never understand the selfishness of men who are so fragile that they want to kill a girlfriend who dares break up with him. Give me a break.
They have sent a SWAT team to his home where a remote controlled robot is looking around for him. Obviously authorities consider him a very dangerous man at this point. The doctor is 49 years old and has a wife and at least one child you can see in their family photo below. You can read more about the details here.
Biography: Jacqueline Wisniewski was a receptionist at the hospital and was in training to be a nurse soon. She has a young son, and note that the doctor is not the father of the boy. The boy’s father picked him up at school on the fateful day he would never see his mother again. We do know that she is not married, and reportedly he is married which just makes his selfishness even more clear, if indeed he is the culprit.
It is thought that she dated Jorden at one time, but we don’t know when they broke up. Reportedly he had emotional problems lately, but personally I don’t care to know anything about that pig, if indeed he is the perpetrator. Can’t men handle breakups like men?
We are having difficulty learning any more information about Jacqueline. She has an old MySpace page but it is set to private so there is no use linking it. We cannot find a Facebook page or Twitter account for her.
We would like to know more about Miss Wisniewski’s background, her family, and especially how that little boy will be cared for going forward. If you know of a fund set up in her memory, please leave the details in the comments below so that our readers will know how to help.