Constance-FULLER-Obituary

Constance June FULLER

St. Paul, Minnesota

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Happy thanksgiving mom. Love you forever.
Ben

The bell tolls deeply and sweetly for a valiant woman strong in peace-making.

Sincere condolences to Connie's closest family members. Sympathy, also, to Connie's many colleagues in struggles for peace and justice. Connie was a model for us -- keeping WAMM's books, keeping vigils, keeping the faith that this world can be a hopeful, beautiful place. Connie's light will continue to shine.

Connie was a great advocate against war and injustice. Her bright spirit will continue to inspire us at every peace vigil, antiwar demonstration and event. She was a great friend--a beautiful Dove who has flown away, but will never be forgotten.

I want to echo the words of Gerri from Minneapolis. Thanks to this special family for all they have done over the years. Our thoughts are with them in their loss.

What a beautiful, spirited woman! Her smile tells it all. I wish our paths had crossed because we would have been kindred spirits. Grace & peace to her family. Geri from Mpls.

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Constance's Obituaries

Age 64, of White Bear Lake Died Peacefully on Christmas Eve Survived by mother Carol, son Benjamin Biddle, brother Frank (Sue), sisters Gerry and Lynn (Craig Kent), and niece Katherine Glover. Preceded in death by her father Benjamin. Connie came of age when opportunities for women were limited...

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