Constance-Hevly-Obituary

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Constance Marie Hevly

Stanwood, Washington

Aug 27, 1933 – Sep 21, 2020 (Age 87)

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BORN
August 27, 1933
DIED
September 21, 2020
AGE
87
LOCATION
Stanwood, Washington

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Gilbertson Funeral Home and Cremation Service - Stanwood Obituary

Connie passed away at Brookdale Assisted Living in Stanwood on Sept. 21 at the age of 87. She was a beloved wife of Jack, mother of Janet (Brannon) Shapley Ames, Marianne Norden, Mike (Becky), Brian (Tiffany), and Karin Sather. Grandmother of Jake and Erik Shapley, Kelsey and Lindsey Norden, Clayton Hevly, Mackenzie Hevly, and Ryan and Hannah Sather.


Connie attended St. Margaret’s grade school, graduating from Holy Names Academy in 1951. She attended Seattle University and graduated from the University of Washington in 1955. She worked as a private dietitian when her children were small and for School Foodservice for 19 years, retiring as Shoreline School District Food Services Supervisor. After retirement Jack and Connie moved from Shoreline to Camano Island, where she started her beeswax candle business and became involved in the Stanwood Camano Art Guild. She was an active member of the Utsalady Ladies Aid.


Jack and Connie spent winters at their condo in Leucadia, CA for 20 years. They enjoyed traveling to many different countries. Connie will be greatly missed by her family and friends.


Services will be planned for a future date, due to these COVID times.


The family would like to thank the staff at Brookdale Memory Care for the excellent care she received for the last 3 months, and to her care team from Providence Hospice.

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I met Connie when we were high school seniors and she was dating Jack. I always admired her and enjoyed her cheerful company.
Jack, I am so very sorry for your loss.

One of my second moms growing up in Wedgwood. Great memories to many to tell RIP Mrs Hevly still can’t call her Connie Mom Take care one and all

My condolences to the entire family. Connie had a love of family and candle making.

Dear Hevly family, my heart and prayers go out to you. I remember visiting Camano with Marianne (your parents were so generous to share that slice of Northwest heaven). YourMom was always so gracious and kind. I remember her calm demeanor and easy laugh (chuckle?).... I believe you now are watched over by a proud, loving angel. Love to you all.

Thank you, Connie, for introducing me to the artist community of Stanwood and Camano, it was because of you, that I had the courage to “expand” my artistic horizons! You will be missed.

Our love and sympathy to you -

I remember Connie when she and Jack lived in the Wedgwood neighborhood of Seattle and
attended Lady of the Lake. My children (Chris, Susan and Tim) attended OLL school with Brian
and Karin.