Cleveland Heights, Ohio


Cleveland Heights, Ohio


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(nee Bartholomew) beloved wife of Neil. Loving mother of Drew and Peter. Dear sister of Tom (Sarah Mack) and Mary Beth (Carol Whitlatch) Bartholomew. Cherished sister in law of Leslie and Brad Waxman, Phyllis and Sheldon Levy. Adored daughter of the late Lois and Jim Bartholomew. Loving aunt to...

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Neil, I was so sorry to hear of Connie's passing. My love and prayers go out to you and your family. May her memory be for a blessing.

Sharon Abrams Kuller

Neil and boys,
Donna and I are so so sorry to hear about Connie who was such a wonderful caring person. Always asking about our kids and how everyone else was doing and she will be missed greatly. An infectious smile and calming manner that will never be forgotten here. I hope you know how much we think of her and our prayers are being sent to you and family.
Chris and Donna Carey

Neil and family,
You have my sincerest condolenes and prayers for your loss of Connie. I never had the opportunity to meet her but I know that both she and you put up a valiant fight to the end. Please know that you are in my thoughts as you grieve for her.You did your utmost best!!

One of the sweetest, kindest people I have ever known.

I'm so sad to hear of Connie's passing. She was such a lovely, kind lady. I knew her through our association with University School. She was a true professional and really seemed to enjoy her work in the advancement office where she touched many lives. I never saw her without a smile on her face and a friendly word to share even when she was dealing with difficult health issues. And boy, could this lady dress! Her fashion sense was impeccable.

My deepest condolences to her...

My sincerest condolences to the Waxman family, whom I have known for many years and in many ways. Connie was such a fine person and all who knew her will miss her and for us she will always be a blessed memory.

My sympathies to the family. I remember when she helped my wife Kay when she had pancreatic cancer.

Remembering Connie as a student at Beaty. Sending thoughts and prayers to Neil and family.

Connie and I have been friends since our early years at Jefferson Elementary School in Warren, PA. We have stayed in touch these many years since. In recent years we met in Warren, OH for lunch a couple times a year and live texted during the Browns games. I will miss her a beautiful smile and wonderful sense of humor.