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November 15, 2018

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September 13, 2018
Dearest Sloan,
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mom. I met Connie for the first time when I was 17 years old and completing my last year of high school. My big brother had gotten married in Texas just before he finished his tour of duty with the Air Force. After that, they came to Madison, Wisconsin so that Edward could complete his education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I was so excited about having a sister-in-law. Connie was from the East, a graduate of Fisk University, an Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority woman, who was refined, well-spoken and charming. I instantly took to her. Connie was present for funerals, weddings, and other major family gatherings and I remember her as being especially supportive of me and the family. When you and Connie returned to Connecticut to start life in a familiar territory, we did not see each other at all except for Mother & Daddy's 50th wedding anniversary celebration. Yet, our connection continued through telephone conversations over the years. Connie will be missed. Once you met Connie you could not forget her warmth and her ability to make people feel comfortable, valued, and important. She was a remarkable woman as well as an accomplished woman. She had a sense of humor, and I believe that her most outstanding quality was her positive outlook on life. She exuded hope no matter how bleak the situation might appear. She will be missed, but you, Sloan, will have many memories that Connie and your Dad were your number one cheerleaders! May God Bless you as you as you continue to navigate this world and all its challenge without your Mom. I love you and will be asking my heavenly Father to Bless you and the celebration of Connie's long life.
Love,
Your Aunt Jo Ann
September 13, 2018
Connie was a dear friend to both my family for multiple generations as well as to my husbands family. She was a true and honest light in the darkness for many people, a very precious soul. In the Bahai teachings it is said... 'Our body is like the cage, and the spirit is like the birdif the cage becomes broken, the bird will continue and exist. Its feelings will be even more powerful, its perceptions greater, and its happiness increased" Soar high old friend, until we meet again.. We loved you dearly, the Zabel Zoo
September 12, 2018
I've been praying for Cornelia's soul and will continue to do so. It is so hard to lose a parent, Sloane. Best to you and all of the step-sons, their wives and grandchildren. Love, Rosalyn Beatty
September 12, 2018
My condolences and sympathy to the family and friends of Cornelia Leavitt-Scudder. May you find comfort in the God of all comfort.