Constance Freitag Mahoney Weston

Constance Freitag Mahoney Weston

September 16, 1933-January 14, 2021

Constance Freitag Mahoney Weston passed away, peacefully in her sleep, surrounded by family, on Thursday, January 14th, 2021. Born an only child in Davenport, Iowa, Connye gave birth to seven children with her husband Johnny, who passed away young in 1967, after his long illness with brain cancer.

She moved to Texas in 1976 after her marriage to Harold Weston. A year later, she led the Austin Welcome organization as President. Leveraging her career as a bookkeeper, she posted pledges for the Round Rock Presbyterian Church for twenty-six years. She also formed the Women's Guild there to raise money outside of the church's budget. They began by selling baked goods and she participated in their Meals on Wheels program for nearly twenty years.

Connye is survived by six of her seven children from her first marriage, in order of birth, Kathy Herman and her husband Steve (Grandchildren, Michelle Dorfmueller and her husband Josh, (great-grandchildren Ella, Emma and Erin), Brook Herman, and Luke Herman and his wife Natalie (great-grandchild River)), Debi Nelson and her husband Kim, Steve Mahoney, Sandy Clabough and her husband Steve, (grandchildren Cari Thorvig and her husband Erik (great-grandchild Henry), Jessy Dengler and her husband Bryan (great-grandchild Billy), and Spencer Clabough), Ed Mahoney and his wife Karen (grandchildren Brittany Wright and her husband Eric, and Elizabeth), and Nancy Mewhort (grandchildren Christi Criss and her husband Kevin, and Mindi Duckworth and her husband Danny (great-grandchild Madison)). Connye's fifth child, Diane Siwicke, preceded her in death from cancer.

From her second marriage to Harold Weston, Connye is survived by one of his two children, Shirley Weston.


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Published by Quad-City Times on Jan. 17, 2021.
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Bless you all - love You and your mom!
Shirley
January 20, 2021
"What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, For all that we love deeply becomes a part of us." My heartfelt sympathies to all of you on the loss of Aunt Connye. May fond memories sustain you all during this difficult time. Peace and Love.
Susan Rorick
January 18, 2021
I am so sorry to hear of your Mother´s death. May she Rest In Peace. I´m friends with Kathy, but have met some of the others. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Karen Droessler
January 17, 2021
Our sincere condolences to all of the Mahoneys and your families.
Roger and Carol Harms
January 17, 2021