• McLarens Resthaven Chapel & Mortuary
    West Des Moines, IA
In partnership with the Dignity Memorial® network
Connie M. Anderson 1940 - 2010
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Monday, February 15, 2010
Connie will be missed along with the wonderful talks we had. My prayers and thoughts are with you Ray and your families. Debbie Rolek
Monday, February 15, 2010
Connie will be missed along with the wonderful talks we had. My prayers and thoughts are with you Ray and your families. Debbie Rolek
Sunday, February 14, 2010
I have known Connie ever since our children were small. She visited me with Deb and John, and later, even Kevin sat at my kitchen table with a coloring book.
Connie and I would visit her Aunt Mary often and took her out for dinner many times. We laughed a lot back then.
I, also, remember being at the cabin on the Wapsi and fish fries at the "Hook 'n Liner". I sat beside Connie at most of her family's funerals.
Connie was very artistic. I have many lovely shirts with special holiday motifs on them, that she gave me over the years of our friendship. I will think of her each time I wear one of them.
My own health issues have prevented me from visiting her the last few years, but we e-mailed regularly, and I will miss her. Perhaps Donna can keep in touch with me.

My sympathy to Ray, Deb, John and Kevin.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
My condolences to Ray and Cousin Connies' family. I am Connie's cousen Bill(y) Henninger. I remember Connie's two little children from their Grandparents' cabin at Littleton, Iowa.
Connie and I lost track of each other for a few years then hooked up again when she used to come to Waterloo and visit her Aunt Mary (my Mom). They were pretty close. I pray Connie's loved ones can get together and share storie and memories. She would like that. God bless you all.
I remember summers staying at my cousin Connie's house for a week. Her brother Bruce and I played ball a lot, fished, rode bikes and tormented the girls (Connie & Cheryl). They were older and liked older boys, yuk! They thought because they were a little older than us "juvenile" boys they knew everything. Bruce and I knew better though, ha!
I have many fond memories of growing up in our families. Those are all we we are eventually left with. They are very valuable to those of us left behind.
I have many good memories of Cousin Connie and she was always good to me. I thank God I had that opportunity.
May she rest in peace - Amen.
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