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Connie Jean (Blount) Degregorio
24 septembre 1961 – 22 septembre 2021
Connie Jean (Blount) Degregorio, age 59, of Saint Louis, Missouri passed away on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. Connie was born September 24, 1961 in Pocahontas, Arkansas. Connie is survived by her beloved long-term significant other, Steven Ewald. She is also survived by her daughters, Allison (Chott) Iakovlev and Kelsey Chott. She is further survived by her sister Terecia Piel and her brother DeWayne Blount.
Connie was preceded in death by her parents Carolyn and Albert Blount. Her late husband's Lawrence D. Chott and Michael Degregorio.
Connie never met a stranger. Her gregarious personality and contagious laugh dominated every room she walked in. Connie had a sense of humor that could make even the most stern person crack a smile. The most defining part of Connie’s life was being a mother. She had immense pride for her daughters and leaves behind nothing but beautiful memories. Connie was generous with her time and home - If you were down on your luck or just passing through, she had a bed and a warm meal for you. Connie loved hosting parties and spending time with her friends. If you were coming over to Connies’ for a party, you knew you were leaving with a belly full of BBQ and (maybe too much) Pina Coloda. She was such a bright light in all of our lives and we are fortunate to have created so many memories with her. To know her was to love her. To say that we will miss her is an understatement.
If you knew Connie, you'd know she would want the party to keep going. Join us for a memorial service for Connie on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Alexander - White - Mullen Funeral Home, 11101 Saint Charles Rock Road, Saint Ann, Missouri 63074. After the memorial service there will be a gathering for close friends and family at Connie’s house in St. Ann, MO.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.alexanderstlouis.com for the Chott family.
samedi, 2 octobre , 2021
Connie Jean (Blount) Degregorio
3 octobre , 2021
Saddened to learn of your passing yet comforted in the solace of a full life...
Harkening back to memories of many years ago, our short time spent together and my visit to Pocahontas.
Your infectious smile, laughter, gregarious nature and zest recall fond memories and simple times.
Godspeed Connie Jean,
30 septembre , 2021
She was always smiling and laughing the life of a gathering.. so many great memories with this cousin.i use to babysit all 3 back in the day. What a fun time that was. She surprised me with coming to my daughter's wedding with big al and Carol.. she was so excited said hey Deb is me your favorite cousin lol.. i'll never forget her. She shared the same birthday as my daughter and I loved that. I wish I could be there to say goodbye.. my heart goes out to her daughters and Teresa and Wayne.. love you cuz.
25 septembre , 2021
Connie & I were Friend & neighbors in The Village of Fount' N' Lakes . From early 2000, when she was living with Mike and had all the kids . We had a Big BBQ at The Community building . Connie & I would go to the meetings together , and speak our minds . Then we drove the golf cart back to her house and turned on so good music and danced in the kitchen with socks on. Laughing... And Smiling. ... And singing ' In the Midnite Hour We Want More More More , With a Rebel Yell.. She wants More More More !!
' Connie Thanks for being there for me , at the Cancer benefits , I don't know how I woulda got thru it without you. 💜 R. I. P. Girl . 🌷 - Friends Forever
Remember to save me a seat *
XoXoX Debi Williams