MYERS – Constance L., 64, of Mersey Point, Queens County, passed away peacefully in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool with her family by her side.
Born July 8, 1950 in Woodstock, NB, she was a daughter of the late Harrison and Nina (Cook) Monteith.
Connie graduated from the Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton in 1971 as an R.N. She worked alongside her soon to be husband Dr. Ross Myers in his office until 1976 when they were married. She then moved on to the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton where she worked in various units including the DVA Unit until 2006 when she retired. Connie was a very dedicated, compassionate and hardworking RN and set an example for many nursing students. She and her husband Ross moved from Mactaquac, NB to Mersey Point where they fulfilled their life long dream of building a home on the ocean. Everlasting friendships were quickly made and she was grateful and loved her large circle of friends who helped and encouraged her during her recurrent battle with metastatic breast cancer. Although a breast cancer survivor for twelve years, it had returned and Connie spent the last two and three quarter years courageously fighting with regular chemotherapy treatments. She especially enjoyed the Touch Therapy and Reiki sessions with Karen, Suzanne and Jeannie as well as the support of other friends who provided meals and comforting words during her difficult times. Connie took great pride in her family especially her children and grandchildren and will be lovingly remembered as always worrying about them and not herself. She will be greatly missed by her family and by all who knew her including her buddy “Manning” who enjoyed their daily walks at Beach Meadows Beach.
Connie is survived by her loving husband of 38 years, Ross, her daughter Lindsay (Jason) Glenn of Douglas Harbour, NB, her son David (Sarah) of Black Point, NS., her grandchildren Gillian and Garrett Glenn and Molly and Everly Myers, her sisters Margaret (David) Lockwood of Burton, NB, Geri (Chris) Kilburn of Fredericton, NB, Irene (Robert) Campbell of Barrie, ON, Jeannine (Ralph) Helsley, Bangor, ME, her brothers Allison (Beverly) of Keswick, NB, Hugh (Brenda) of Halifax, Richard (Judy) of Hanwell, NB, Victor (Carol Ann) of Moncton, NB.
She was predeceased by her sister Pauline Belyea and brother Roger.
Visitation will be Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 7 until 9 p.m., with prayers being at 8:00 p.m., in Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool. Reverend Dr. Steve Hopper officiating. A memorial service will be held Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. in Grace Memorial Baptist Church, Fredericton, NB. Family flowers only, donations may be made to the Queens S.P.C.A., the Victorian Order of Nurses, Queens Branch, the Queens General Hospital Foundation or to a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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To Ross and family my heart breaks to know that I have lost a very special lady whom I was very fond of. You are in my thoughts at this difficult time but remember Connie is now pain free.
Sheila & Don Persaud
Our Deepest Sympathy to Ross, Lindsey & David and family
. Praying for you during this difficult time. May God give you strength and encouragement .
In Christ’s love
Don & Sheila Persaud
Lloyd & Barbara Naugler
Ross & Family :: we are so saddened by the passing of your wife. She will forever be in your hearts & your memories will keep her near always . God Bless you .
Martin and Myles
Ross and Family: We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Connie. She was a very sweet and gentle lady and will be missed. She fought her disease so valiantly for so many years and, for that, we always had great respect for her.
Martin and Myles
Janet and George Fletcher
Ross and family; We were so sorry to hear about Connie. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Kim, Tim, Jenny & Jessie Clattenburg
Dear Ross & family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Connie truly was an inspiration to those who knew her. She fought her battle with true grit & determination and we feel blessed to have known her.
Take care of each other and hold your memories close to heart, as she will always be close by.
RJ and Celeste
What an amazing lady she was! We loved her and found her courage most inspiring. I was privileged to accompany her sometimes for her treatments which she bore with both grace and humour. We will sorely miss her.
Our prayers, thoughts, and love are with you .
I met Connie while working at Home Hardware…She was one who made working for the public a worthwhile experience. I will always remember her as a kind, caring individual, who loved her family with all her heart. Ross and family, I will be thinking of you all in the days ahead, Connie will be missed. Take care
Allan & Beth LaRocque
Beth and I wish to extend our most heartfelt sympathies to all the
Don and Vi Mackenzie
So sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. We also got married in 1976 so this was a very significant year.
Be assured of our prayerfull suport.
Don and Vi Mackenzie
Ross and family, Connie now is at peace and free of any pain and discomfort. She was a special lady who will be missed by many people throughout the community. My sincere condolences to you and your family.
Pember, Heddie and Elbert Edwards
We send our condolences to Ross and the family
Jane and I are saddened to hear that Connie has passed away. When we visited you two just last month I felt Connie might have more time. It seems that we are going to be challenged more and more as our age cohort marches into the coming years…….a natural process albeit a sad process.
Thinking of you my friend, and please take care.
Harlow and Jane
Tom & Suzanne Marsh
Dear Ross, Lindsay & David,
Our heartfelt condolence on Connie’s passing & to all who loved her.
We hold you all in our prayers.
Love, Tom & Suzanne
Doug and Pam Baird
Dear Ross and family,
Pam and I are very saddened to hear of Connie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Doug and Pam
so sorry to hear about your beloved wife Connie. WE missed you this week at the lodge may she rest with the other angels. hugs Rika
Evan & Liz
Ross. Our hearts go out to you and your family on your loss . Liz and I have wonderful memories of the great class reunions that we shared with you and Connie . We are so glad we shared our visit with you and Connie. Our prayers will be with you. Evan and Liz
Stephanie (Best) Gaudette
Linsey & family
I was so sorry to hear that your mom had passed away. Our paths crossed a few times during my DECH years and she was always smiling; I remember that she had a great sense of humor.
You will miss her desperately, but remember…each and every time you look into your childrens’ eyes, a little piece of her is looking back at you.
Josh and Jane Logan
We are so terribly for your loss. We remember Connie being a kind and caring woman during our university years with Dave. She was always so genuinely concerned about others. When we met again at Dave and Sarah’s wedding, it was obvious what great pride she took in her family and what happiness her growing family brought to her. You are all in our prayers.
Ross, Lyndsay, David and Manning, I am so so sorry for your great loss. Connie was one-of-a-kind and I so enjoyed spending time with her. Her up-beat attitude and tireless optimism were inspirational. Little by little, as you grieve, I know a time will come when you will remember, not that she died, but that she lived. My thoughts are with you.
I would like to extend heartfelt sympathy to the family of the late Constance Myers.
I am very saddened to hear of your loss. My sincere thoughts and prayers are with you at this time,
Sterling Belliveau, MLA
Sandy and Chris Macdonald
We have just seen the wonderful obituary written in Connie’s memory and are so saddened to hear of her passing but understand the quality had gone from her life. Please know we are thinking of you Ross and all the family and wish you peace and strength during this difficult time. We remember both of you fondly from your Fredericton days
I wanted to send out my deepest sympathy to Connie’s family. I had the privilege of working with Connie at the DVA. Connie was a wonderful role model to me and I will never forget her strength intelligence and her talents. She touched so many peoples lives and I will never forget her. God bless
Manson & Nancy White
Ross & Family:
Our sincere condolences are extended to you at this most difficult time. Prayers and Blessings.
Joyce and Dick Slipp
Connie was a very special lady and we are so sorry to hear of her passing. Ross, Lindsay, David and families, you are in our thoughts. Our heartfelt sympathies.
Joyce and Dick Slipp
Oh Ross I am so sorry to hear the news about Connie. My thoughts are with you and your extended family. I so very much enjoyed spending time with you both.
My sincerest and warmest thoughts are with you at this time.
John and Donna Curtis
Ross and Family,
We are both very saddened to learn of Connie’s passing. The courage you both displayed at the recent class reunion will remain in our memories forever. It says a lot about two wonderful human beings.
Donna and John Curtis
Ross, Lindsay and Dave. Marian, Sean and myself are saddened by Connie’s passing. She’ll always be remembered by her involvement in each of your lives, the unselfish commitment and support to whatever each of you had planned and were doing, be it ringing the cow bell at FHS and UNB basketball games, standing in the cold waiting for Ross to parade by and making sure all of you were taken care of before turning off the lights at night. I’ll miss her smile, sense of humour and her pumpkin and rhubarb pies! She was the only one that appreciated my sense of humour and I could rely on a laugh and a “oh, you fool!” Yes, she will be missed…..
Dear Ross, LIndsay, David and families,
I was saddened to hear of Connie’s passing and am so glad her family was by her side. She suffered so much and fought with all her strength to beat this terrible disease. I know she is in a more beautiful place now where there is no more pain or suffering. She will be missed and remembered by her friends, co-workers and family. Please cherish all the wonderful memories you have and smile when you think of happier days and the joy you all brought to her life. God bless you and may His Grace sustain you now and in the days ahead.
Dear Ross and family,
So sorry to hear about Connie’s passing .My sincerest and deepest condolences in this time of grief
Dear Ross and family,
Your video tribute is lovely, lovely. Your road has been so rocky these past few years, I hope you can find some peace in the absence of pain. I will always remember the spark in her eye and her sideways smile. Thinking of you.
John and Pam Winters
It was heartbreaking for us when Connie died. Connie was a gentle and gracious person and there will never be enough people like her.
I owe her a tremendous debt of gratitude for, had she not encouraged me, i doubt if I would have continued playing the music that has been so rewarding.
Her encouragement was a priceless gift.
Suzanne Mason & Rick Cotter
Ross, Lindsay, David & family: We were saddened today to learn of Connie’s passing. We remember fondly happy days of skiing together at Crabbe Mountain and cheering at all of the basketball games at FHS and UNB. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the days ahead.
Suzanne, Rick, Jeff and Andy
Ian & Yvonne Taylor
Our dear friend Ross and Family,,, Please accept our condolences at the tragic loss of Connie, a very sad ending after her courageous fight with the dreaded cancer, May the love and care of you family and friends help you throught this difficult time
Larry and Betty Nicholson
Ross, very sad to hear about Connie. We are thinking of you.
Larry and Betty
Ross,So very sorry to hear of Connie’s passing.You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
May the memories of Connie help you find peace.
Love and prayers
Yorke and Phylis Tutty
Ross and family,
Yorke and I were so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. She will
be missed by all her friends and family. She certainly gave it her
all to try and beat this horrible disease. Take care of yourself.
We will be thinking of you and your family at this most difficult
Phyllis & Yorke
Hello Ross and family, The news of loosing Connie will be far reaching and heart wrenching. She was so excited to have grand children , she cared so deeply about them.
Ross, you did your very best in supporting her in this long term disease and now, I know friends and neighbours will support you.
I am sorry for your loss.
Dear Ross and family –
I was so saddened to hear the sad news of Connie’s passing. She was such a lovely person. My thoughts are with you all. Deepest condolences are sent your way.
Barb and Kirk
Ross, Lindsay, David and families
We are so sorry to hear of Connie’s death. We were blessed to visit in August and witness firsthand Connie’s strength and courage. I knew her as a caring nurse and selfless friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Ross,Lindsay,David/my deepest condolences/The video pics were extremely well done and brought tears to my eyes/Love Kenny
Ross, Lindsay, David and Manning; my thoughts and prayers are with you. Connie was a beautiful spirit and I am so fortunate to have known her. I hold my memories of our walks on the beach dear to my heart.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. What a great tribute to Connie in the Video. I know how much she loved you all.
Dear Ross & family,
I am so sorry for your loss and sad to hear about Connie. I so enjoyed our visits in Fredericton and later on in Liverpool. Though I haven’t seen you both in a long time, never forgotten and fondly remembered. The video celebrating her life is beautiful.
My deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time. Take care.
Ross and family,
Such an amazing tribute to a wonderful lady, who met her challenges with grace and dignity. We have lost some important and wonderful folks in our community and we grieve with you.
It is a reminder to all of us to live our life fully and completely as Connie did.
Reyn and Sandra Mackenzie
Dear Ross and Family,
So sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Leon & Norma Robertson
Leon and I are very sorry for your loss. Our condolences to the family.
Leon & Norma Robertson
Joy Anne Portolesi
Dear Ross and family
I was saddened to hear of Connie’s passing. I know how hard she fought and that she loved all of you so much. I always enjoyed seeing her at our various Class of 71 reunions & get togethers over the years. I hope it will bring some comfort to know that others are thinking of you at this difficult time.
So sorry to hear this after such a long brave struggle.Gloria’s and my thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Dear Ross and family, I am so sorry to hear about Connie. I have very pleasant memories of chats with Connie at class reunions. It was at one of them that she told me of the health issue’s she was facing. I remember how determined and strong she seemed. I admired her for that. Please accept my sincere sympathy.
Ross Myers and Family:
Mary and I have few words to express how deeply sorry we were to read of Connie’s passing.
She was such a beautiful, and wonderful person. When She and I were taking radiation, we always spoke to each other, and for months following such experiences, we always tried to remain in contact, for progress reports, until our calls dwindled down,probably because her illness progressed beyond control.
We both went through similar experiences, although with prayers, I was fortunate to go in remission, and now have two years under my belt so to speak.
Each day that Connie and I survived was a blessing, but not so lucky for her, as she was taken by this dreadful disease.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you Ross, your family and your extended family members. With deepest sympathy and condolences, we are:
Ray (Mary) Hill
Radio Broadcaster, Seaside FM 105.9
Ret. member of R.C.M.P. P&D – H Division
and Black Watch P&D, RNSIT
8 Moira Street
Margie &Peter Dickens
Thinking of all of you at this time.Our deepest sympathy.
Margie and Peter
As Ken’s friend, he has always kept me up to date regarding you and Connie and in particular, her passing. I want to express my condolences to you and all those others who loved her and will miss you
Helen & Richard Sutcliffe
Our sincere condolences to all the family. We knew Connie from our beach walks at Beach Meadows with our dog Dougal. We feel honoured to have known Connie, sadly only for a short while.
Debby (Lyons) Cowie
.My sympathy to all of you.You are in my thoughts & prayers .Connie & I were in nursing school together at VPH–such a beautiful caring woman.She will be greatly missed.
Ross, LIndsay, David and families,
I wish to extend to all of you my sincerest sympathy on the passing of your dear wife, mom and grandmother. My first meeting with Connie left me with the thoughts of a special person. She was indeed sincere and kind. Keep her memories close to your hearts. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
Lewis & Stella Newman
Ross, Lindsay and David,
We’ve thought of you and Connie every night for the past five weeks in particular. In your loss try to remember your partner/mother is relieved of her suffering and that she has been successful on a number of levels—-her legacy to you.
We hope to see you all Thursday.
Lewis and Stella
I enjoyed watching the video of Connie…she lived a full life and was so brave. Please accept my sympathy on your loss.
Ed and Lucille Griffin
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time. We remember, fondly, happy times on the ski slopes and Connie’s smile and ability to take everything in stride. Ed remembers Lindsay breaking her arm during speedskating “learn to skate” and many shared lunches in the “rugroom” at Crabbe.
Miller(Bud) and Doris MacSween
Our most sincere condolences to you Ross and your family on the passing of your wife Connie. It seems like yesterday you were in Fredericton, yet times change and our lives often take us down roads we would like not to have to travel.
Remember the good times !
Bud and Doris
Ed and Verna Corey
Ross, Lindsay, David and Families – We were sorry to read about Connie’s passing. We have wonderful memories of your family during your years in Fredericton. Our sincere sympathies to all.
Ross and Family: On behalf of the staff of 3NW at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital I would like to express my sincere sympathy to you and your family. Connie was a great member of our team for so many years, and we are all thinking about you during this difficult time.
Jeanne McIsaac RN
As Ken’s longtime friend and Dorothy’s neighbor,I just wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss!!!!!!!!!!!!My thoughts & prayers are with you at this time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gwen (Tuttle) Ferguson
Ross, Lyndsay and David,
I am so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. A wonderful lady, caring nurse and dear friend. My deepest sympathy, you are all in my heart and in my prayers.
George and Marjorie Reed Scotch Settlement
Our Sympathy to the Family on the passing of Connie. Have kept in touch through Marg and Laura when I see them at the market.
Remembering the times Connie came to Dad and Mum’s farm for eggs.They so much enjoyed seeing her.
Ralph & Shirley Morton
So sorry to hear of your great loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
I want to extend my deepest condolences to Ross and his family during this trying time. I just wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Audrey and Jeff Cooke
Our thoughts are with you Ross, Lindsay, David and families. Connie was a beautiful person, always with a smile and helping others. She was the first person to hold our little girl in the delivery room 35 years ago. She looked after her then placed her in my arms. She was pregnant at the time for Lindsay. She has always been special to us. We send our deepest sympathies and hopes that you will all find peace in your memories. Love to all.
Ross…..so sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
Sandra Marquis & David Wright
Ross and Family,
Our deepest heart felt condolences to you and yours. I was so in awe of Connie every time I saw her and had a chance to talk with her, she was a trooper and an inspiration to me as a Cancer survivor, I will miss seeing her on the beach with Mannie and her occasional popping into the store.
Our thoughts are with you all.
Sandra & Davis
My thoughts and prayers are with you all for your loss.
Linda ( Dykeman ) Orchard
Ross and family, so very sorry to read of Connie’s passing. We were first introduced by a mutual friend many, many years ago. Then when I went in for my nurses training at VPH, there she was in the class just ahead of me. Always loved her bubbly personality and her love she always showed her patients. She was a true nurse. Sounds that she hadn’t changed over the years, still very loving and strong. Hope that all of the wonderful memories that you have of her will become of comfort to your and your family. Will be thinking of you in the coming days as you journey down this road grief.
Dear Ross, Lindsay and Dave
Words cannot express how sorry I am to hear the news of Connie. I will always remember her sweet, genuine soul and how much she loved her family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Love Jen Miller (Veysey).
Daryl and Gladys Williams
Ross and Family
Our sincere sympathy and condolences to you Ross and Family on the passing of Connie. She was such a sweet and beautiful person.
She will be dearly missed but will live in your hearts forever.
Daryl and Gladys
Charlie and Bonnie Meade
Words are truly hard to find to express the sorrow we felt when we heard of Connie’s passing. She was absolutely the most beautiful person inside and out and graced this earth in a most gracious manner. I had the honor of working with Connie and Ross at VPH some 40 years ago as a Nursing Orderly. Connie carried a great light with her and touched the hearts of many people. We shall remember her with great fondness and love. A very courageous lady has left us for that beautiful homeland. There she will shine even more brighter. Thank you Connie for being the amazing lady and friend you were. You will be missed! Her loving family are in our thoughts and prayers. Bonnie and Charlie
John (Jumper) and Lynda
Dear Ross and Family
So so sorry to hear about Connie. She was such a sweet person and I will always remember the very long night she spent with us in L&D many years ago.
Ken and Mary Estabrooks
Ross, Lindsay, David and families,
Our heartfelt condolences on the passing of Connie. We really enjoyed spending time with both her and you, Ross, during the basketball days. Connie was such a wonderful person. You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
Ken and Mary
Dear Ross, Lindsay and Dave
So very sorry to hear the news today of Connie! The video is touching. A great friend who has graced our lives.
love Kathi and Dan
Ross,Lindsay and David,
I am so saddened to hear of Connie,s passing. Connie was a wonderful co- worker and friend,she brought much fun and laughter to the workplace.I am so thankful to have shared a small portion of her life…..she was a beautiful person inside and out!
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Duncan & Fay
Ross, Lindsay, David and families.
We are so saddened to learn of Connie’s passing.
We offer our sincere condolences.
You are in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time..
Each moment of love lives forever in the heart..
to be remembered and cherished always.
Fay & Duncan
Kevin and Courtney (Smith) Jones
Our heartfelt condolences on your loss. May all of your wonderful memories bring you peace and comfort.
George and Edna Kay
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved wife Connie. Are thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Remembering Connie fondly ; Thinking of you at this time of your great loss .
With deepest sympathy ,
Terry and Maurice Wiart
Ross,Lindsay,David and families,
We wish we could be there to offer support in person and share our great memories of Connie. …So many fun times at your place at Mactaquac..sailing,parties and best corn boils ever!!! Ross your support and friendship is something we will always cherish. Connie’s strong spirit and willingness to do whatever it took to fight the good fight is evident by her battle the last few years with her health. I am sure in part to spend as much time as possible with her beautiful grandchildren. Even though you didn’t get to spend as many years as you wanted together in your “dream home” it looks like from the pictures in the memorial video you have created wonderful moments in that “little piece of heaven”. Even though our paths haven’t crossed in a while because of the ,miles between us, our memories will always shorten that distance…..love and prayers to all of you.
Terry and Maurice
My most heartfelt sympathy to Ross and all the family on your great loss of dear Connie.
I remember her beautiful smile, she was a loving, generous and gentle soul.
She will be greatly missed, hold on to the wonderful memories she has left for you.
Dalton and Mary Dickinson
Dear Ross, Lindsay, David and families.
We were so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. Please accept our sincere condolences at this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Herb and Helen Walsh
Ross, Lindsay and David: Our most sincere condolences on Connie’s passing. We have great memories of you all during your stay in Fredericton.
Herb and Helen
Bonny Hoyt- Hallett and Jim Hallett
Ross we were so saddened to hear of the loss of Connie , although we didn’t see you often after your move from Mactaquac , Connie’s smile and genuine kind nature remains a lasting memory. May those near and dear to you help you through this difficult time .And know those away are thinking of you as well .
Barb and Lorne Redmond
Ross and family:
Our heartfelt condolences on the loss of such a gracious, friendly and unpretentious lady. Connie was always so approachable and lovely to converse with.
Your album shows that Connie had her priorities straight.
Ross. I was shocked and saddened to learn of Connie’s death. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Words cannot convey how saddened I was to hear of Connie’s passing. While many years have passed, we enjoyed some funny experiences and good conversations when we all worked at the N.B. Training School. You, the Doctor, Connie, the Nurse and me, the Psychologist. I pray all your wonderful memories of Connie will one day ease the pain you all are experiencing at this time. God Bless.
Donald and Paula MacQuarrie
Dear Ross, Lindsay and David:
Knowing Connie from Fredericton days, and playing our fiddles together at Gaelic College, brings memories of a very dedicated woman, whether talking about you, your children Lindsay and David, her nursing days or her music. She took it all on with such sincerity and dedication. Our love goes out to you all, knowing how much she meant to you and how you will miss her.
Donald and Paula
Pat and Kerry Wilson
. I cherish the memories of chatting with Connie during Highland Games, and walks while at Gaelic College. Connie will be missed by her many friends and relatives. Please accept our condolences at this sad time.
Eric and Ellen Gozna
Ross and Family
We were saddened to learn of Connie’s death and your loss. The wonderful slide show speaks volumes of a life well lived and a family well loved.
You are in our thoughts.
Eric and Ellen
Cecilia and Joe White and family
Ross, Lindsay, David and family
We were so saddened to learn of Connie’s death. We remember her from her Fredericton days as a warm and gentle person. We are truly sorry for your profound loss.
Cecilia and Joe White and family
Dear Ross and family. I was so sorry to learn of Connie’s untimely passing. Debbie and I have very fond memories of our times together. I apologize for not being able to attend the Memorial Service this week, I am out of town for the whole week. Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Petr&Debbie.
Joyce & Steve Nickerson
Steve and I wish to extend our prayers to you and your family during this difficult time. We will miss Connie and her puppy companionably walking Beach Meadows Beach. It was a lovely sight. Sincerely,
Joyce & Steve
Susan and Gordon Plummer
Ross, Lindsay, David and families.
It is with a heavy heart we extend our condolences. There are so many memories from the warm welcome to Fredericton in your home soon after we arrived so many years ago to watching the kids grow up and yes all those basketball games…….! Connie was central to all of those memories. We hope that the stories and memories being shared by so many will provide you with some comfort during this difficult time and beyond.
Thinking of you, Gordon, Susan and family
Jane & Lee Corey
Dear Ross, Lindsay, David & families;
So sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. What a wonderful spirited kind hearted woman she was. Our condolences to all of you.
LCol Gord and Shelley Hagar
Dear Ross, our condolences surround you at this time. I think it speaks highly of the connection that Connie and you shared with so many communities that I was contacted by family associated with the Mersey band and colleagues of the various RCMP divisional Pipe & Drum bands and Canadian Forces pipe bands across Canada to advise me of your loss. On behalf of Shelley, please accept our sympathies. Take care,
Yours in piping,
Raylene & Tom Barnhill
The Memorial video expresses a beautiful tribute to Connie and evidence of a wonderful legacy you are leaving your family. Our hearts are heavy at your loss of your life partner. I’m glad we were able to get to know you during your time in Fredericton. We have great memories of times at your home and one special memory when you played the bagpipes at our wedding. That was a real blessing. Amazing Grace. Thanks for your help in the OR and your friendship. Missing you both today. Love, Raylene and Tom
Brian and Bonnie Grey
We are thinking of each of you through this difficult time. We extend our deepest sympathy.
Ross & Family,
I was sorry to read about Connie’s death. I know from our friend, Sadie Cameron, she’s had a valiant and courageous struggle. You might remember me from a few years ago as an overnight visitor with Sadie, and Barb St. Laurent, on our way to a cycling weekend in Yarmouth. We stayed in your rental house; the frame of your new house was up but it was nowhere near finished. Even so, it was quite impressive, along with the view. You had started your perennial garden, which we discussed, as at that time I had a retirement job at Green Village Garden Centre. I will always remember and be grateful to you and
Connie for your hospitality. I know you were both looking forward to some lively ceilidhs in what was to be your huge open area space on the main floor. Please pass on my condolences to your family.
Sincerely, Linda Hubbard
Ivan and Nancy Rideout
Ross, Lindsay, David and families,
We have just returned from Halifax where Nancy has had retinal surgery. The loss of dear Connie is profound, and you are in our thoughts and prayers. We have many fond memories of times when we were neighbours, and our visit to your NS paradise. We hope to see you at the memorial service in Fredericton. Blessings and sincere condolences to you all, Nancy and Ivan
Gary and Sue Benson
Dear Ross and family: Sue and I were so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. It was great to be able to see you both in September. You’re in our thoughts.
Gary and Sue
Jim & Geraldine Born
Ross, Geraldine and I send our deepest condolence to you, Lindsay and David on the passing of Connie. We regret missing the service here in Fredericton but want to let you know how much we enjoyed Connie and you after the fall football games and friendships that carried on over the years that you presided in Fredericton.
Our prayers will always have Connie in them.
Jim & Geraldine
Betty Hinch and sons send their heartfelt sympathies to Connie’s family. Connie was someone whose beauty was not only on the outside but so much on the inside. She was so kind, caring. I still cannot believe that she has been taken from us. May God comfort you, Ross and family and may He give you His everlasting peace. My sincere regret is that I was unable to come to say goodbye. My thoughts and prayers are to all the the family grieving at this tragic time. God Bless