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September 23, 2021

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February 6, 2013
Still missing Connie...and Uncle Bill...and Laura....and Aunt Bette; Billy Conroy and Ed Klen. I miss you all. Love, Jeanine
August 22, 2012
I am numb to learn that Connie is gone. I met Connie, Cliff and Leo (can't recall Cliff or Leo's last name) at the University of Illinois in 1974-75. Rich East graduates, they were wonderful people, full of joy and nonsense.

With her quick mind, Connie was bright, verbal and engaging. It was a long time ago but I remember well that Connie had her act together, and held herself in a very classy manner. I believe she was a journalist major and wanted to be an "impact player".

Kevin, 38 years later I have a fond and vivid recollection of that wonderful, strong, young woman. I wish for you that many of Connie's special talents are evidenced in your daughter.
March 21, 2008
She was a great person who is truly missed. Our thoughts go out to her family. My God bring you all peace.
February 24, 2008
God bless Connie and the other innocent victims on their trip up to Heaven. We are terribly sorry for your loss.
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