Mary Michele Connor
1954 - 2020
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M. Michele (Mengele) Connor passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by loved ones on May 19, 2020 after a 3-month battle with cancer. She was born on October 19, 1954 to the late Joseph John and Mary Marilyn Mengele. From that day, she always found a way to make people feel important, special, and most of all, loved. She was an adored member of the Mount Saint Joseph High School family, known for her dedication and commitment to the Athletic Department, and sometimes, for coloring her hair purple in support of her beloved Gaels. Her love for the high school is only surpassed by the love she had for her family: her husband Richard B. Connor; treasured sons Nolan (Christina) Connor and Nicholas (Lindsey) Connor; cherished grandchildren Josephine, Alaina, Grace, and Emmett; mother Marilyn Mengele; brother Joseph (Kathy) Mengele; sister Christina (Michael) Skoglin, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was especially proud of Jacob and Jessica Skoglin, who affectionately referred to her as their Shell.

Due to the mandated restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, a private family service will be held. A celebration of life service will be announced at a later date.

Gifts will be accepted in memory of Michele Connor at or Mount Saint Joseph High School, 4403 Frederick Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21229

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Published in Baltimore Sun on May 22, 2020.
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May 26, 2020
So sorry to hear of Michele's passing. Some great memories of Michele from childhood days in Edmondson Heights. Thoughts and prayers to all of her family.
Mike Kearney
May 24, 2020
I will always remember our dancing days. We had so much fun!. I was amazed at your needle point work of art
May 22, 2020
Jackie and I are so sorry for your familys loss, much love sent your way.
Scooter and Jackie Winans
May 22, 2020
Dear Michele- I will love you and treasure my memories of you forever. You were the very best friend anyone could have ever asked for. More than once you got me through this crazy life. I am so blessed to have known you and will forever carry you in my heart. Sending condolences, love and prayers to to your family. You were an angel in life and now you are in an angel in heaven. With much love, Marypat
Marypat Perry
May 22, 2020
She was always a bright spot in my day when she brought in her needlework to the State Fair. Rest In Peace Michele.
Peg Gramling
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