I have fond memories of knowing Connie when I worked at ATD in San Jose, Ca and she would come to the office to meet her husband, Jack. She was always cheerful, loved life to the fullest, enjoyed her family, traveling and being a great mother and homemaker.
Sincerest condolences, Christine Hejmanowski
Dear Jack and Family, In our culture, when a baby is born they are "giving light". Ellen gave Connie light. Connie kept that light and spent the rest of her life making sure that all her friends and family enjoyed the glow from that light. It was in her heart and nature to make a stranger a friend then family. The love, energy and attention she gave to all are legendary. Whenever she made friends she placed them in her heart and then when she had a need to see them, she called to invite them somplace or she would go to see them, near or far. Each person was treated like royalty and wonderful respect when around her. She prided herself in the happy and caring people she enjoyed. She was very proud that each person that she included in her life genuinely cared for every other person at her home and activities. Connie and Carla became friends in Jr. High and that loving affection for each other lasted until her last day. We were blessed with the many vacation and trips, visits, dinners and adventures especially in Mexico. Connie planned many of them. We will always remember and miss our life long loving friend. Carla and I send our love to you and family.
My darling neighbor and golfing buddy.
Her positive attitude and spirit is a gift to us all.
I loved playing golf with Connie at Turkey Creek ! She was always so up beat and smiling ! Mary Lynne Dennis
Warm, friendly, kind, and a smile that warmed your heart. Pat McNiff and Family
Golfing with Connie at Turkey Creek and her wonderful attitude with likes of a wannabe golfer. She will be missed.
In loving memory of a beautiful person. I will always remember our cruise to Hawaii, our train trip to San Diego and our many sunburned weekend jaunts to Santa Cruz. They were the best teen years ever. The three muskateers, Connie, Carla and Wanda. Jack I send my sincere sympathies to you and your family. Sincerely, Wanda Buntzel
Dear Jack, Piper, Todd, and Michael,
We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
With our deepest condolences, Andrea, Tim, Chris, and Pat Wilson
Jack & Family
We are so sorry for your loss. We have wonderful memories of our golf trip to Alcapulco. Connie was the sweetest person. Keeping you in our prayers and thoughts.
Love, Jeanne & Ray Sinsley
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Connie was such a bright light in our family. Alway so cheerful and caring . She will be missed. Jack and Berta