“There aren't enough words to express my feelings. You were the mother I never had. You were my confidant and I was yours. We shared hopes, dreams, laughter and tears. Thank you for always loving my kids as if they were your own. Thank you for loving me. I know you are at peace with Larry and Sean. Until we meet again, I love you.
“Connie was the best.
“Connie was my best friends we went through a lot together good times bad times unbelievable times but she always manage to come through with that determined attitude she was a great person and a loyal friend she will be missed terribly by all who knew her
“So very sorry for your loss. Connie was a great person. We had mny laughs and crys together. I worked with Charlie and he was a very good friend. I miss him and will now miss Connie. May she fined the peace she deserves.
“Rest in peace grandma Connie we will miss you ,love you
“Rest in peace Conni, we will miss you. My prayers are with you
“Connie and I worked together at the Howard Johnson's in Atlantic City, I am so sorry for the loss of her smile....
“Connie was such a wonderful person, a great boss & an even better friend. She will be missed by all who knew her. My sympathies to her family.
“Connie and I go back along time in Atlantic City with motor coach tours.
She was a wonderful person and great to work with.
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DeVINNEY, CONSTANCE "CONNIE" 75 - of Lancaster, PA (formerly of Ventnor), passed away Sunday, September 22, 2013. Connie was born to the late Lawrence and Dorothy (nee Feterici) Agnelli on October 5, 1937, in Plainfield, NJ. She graduated from Atlantic City High School and had lived in...Read More