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I am so sad to hear about the passing of Connie. Having lived next door to her for over 25 years, I have a great deal of memories, love and respect for her. She was a very loving and giving individual who never judged anyone, including her wild and crazy neighbor. I know that she will be greatly missed! Cherish and draw from the wonderful memories you have all gained from being in her life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

Peterson family, what a blessing it was to know Connie! She had so many talents and was such a joy to be around, always smiling, sharing new ideas, showing love in every way. Now she has found freedom to enjoy her children and grandchildren again. Our memories of her will be forever. May you feel her special spirit always. Love, Karen and Burt Butterfield

So sorry to here about the loss of Connie. Im sure that after her struggle with Alzheimers she is finally at Peace. I hope that you will be able to find comfort in knowing this although this will be a very difficult time for all of you. The loss of a loved one is never easy to understand or to get through but thank heavens we all have great memories of fun times we had with her. She was a great friend to me when I lived in Salt Lake and although we had not spoken since I left I often thought...

Dear Peterson family,

I have some very fond memories of Connie! She cleaned house and baby sat us for the longest time. She went on family trips with us and seemed like part of the family. Always willing to do that little something extra that made a big difference. Quite often she would do things without even being asked. What a sweet, sweet person!

May Heavenly Father comfort and bless your family at this time!


Carolyn (Dahl) Mather

Growing up with Connie & attending the same schools was a joy. When Connie moved back into our ward, Cottonwood 5th, and accepted a call to work with me in Relief Society was even more of a joy. I loved her willing spirit and listening to her wonderful stories of her Grandchildren and the love she had for her children and grandchildren said it all!
May all of you,as her family ,feel peace at this time and know that you will see her again. Love you dear friend, Janet Murdoch...

Dear Dee and Family,
I was so saddened to hear of Connie's passing. I had recently heard of her long struggle with Alzheimers Disease.

Connie was one of my Young Women's teachers. She helped me set Personal Progress goals that I keep to this day! I have so many wonderful memories from that time in my life. She taught me many great lessons and we made some fun crafts with her that I still have in my house. But above all, she taught me and showed me unconditional love...

I know your mom is so happy to be free from her illness so that she may watch over each of her beautiful children and grandchildren and smile upon you each day. May you be blessed with comfort at this time of sadness and sorrow. Connie was such a beautiful and loving person and I have such wonderful memories of her and her talents. With love,

I am so sorry to hear of Connie's passing. May your family be blessed during this time of sorrow.

Connie Bigler Reunion 2000


CONNIE's Obituaries

Connie Lee Peterson 1945 ~ 2011 Connie Lee Peterson passed away on July 24, 2011 after many years of suffering with Alzheimer's disease. Connie, better known as "Nana" in her later years, was dedicated to her family and friends, especially her grandchildren. Born on December 22, 1945...

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