Constance Elaine Lehmann

May 18, 1952October 12, 2020

Connie Campbell Lehmann Whitmore Lake, MI

Age 68, passed away on Monday, October 12, 2020 with her loving husband by her side. She was born May, 18, 1952 in Detroit, MI, the daughter of Donald Alan and Ilene Elizabeth (Bennett) Campbell. Connie attended Wright State University in Dayton, OH, and graduated with a BA in history in 1985. She then went to the University of Dayton receiving an MBA in accounting in 1986. On August 19, 1972 she married Tom Lehmann and he survives. She was a popular Commadore of the Cincinnati American Classic Boat Society in the mid nineties. Connie worked in healthcare for over 35 years. She retired from Truven Health Analytics (IBM) in 2018. She is survived by: her husband of 48 years, Tom of Whitmore Lake; her sister, Virginia Campbell Montgomery of Ft. Worth, Tx; cousin, Richard Campbell of New York City; and many in-laws, nieces and nephews scattered across the U.S. Connie was a sweet-heart and will be missed.


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Teri Turner

October 19, 2020

Tom, and Ginny & Richard, I am so saddened & sorry for your loss. So many memories of past times. I still have a picture she created of the Morton Salt Girl in my kitchen.

Please know you are in my prayers. Grief is the price we pay for love. May you be surrounded by loving thoughts & wonderful memories during this difficult time.

Fondly, Teri

Heidi Herrell

October 18, 2020

I am so very sorry to hear about Connie. I was lucky to work with her for many years on DataBridge. She helped me learn and understand the product. As many have said she was a patient, knowledgeable teacher. She was also a collaborative problem solver and kept good track of all the moving parts of DataBridge's complicated cross functional team. She was a strong, successful, intelligent woman in a male dominated industry and served as a great model for her colleagues. I will miss her light heartedness, sense of humor, and dedicated spirit.

Please know that you are in my thoughts as this sad time. I hope that we can have a DataBridge lunch when this is all over to share our memories of Connie in person.

Tedy Rusli

October 16, 2020

Please accept my deepest condolences to Connie's passing.

I just heard about it this morning. I had known Connie since the first time I joined Solucient in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2002. It was such an honor to have a chance to work with Connie over the years until she retired several years ago. She had been my main contact person to know all about DataBridge (aka NVAE). She always patiently answered all of my DataBridge's questions. I missed her.

Tedy Rusli

Joe Lipa

October 16, 2020

Dear Tom,

I'm very sorry to hear about Connie's passing. I have fond memories of the good times we shared at the office, especially the Mexican Fiesta potlucks we'd have to celebrate her birthday each May. Most of all, though, I'll always remember what an amazing job she did taking care of you after your LVAD and heart transplant, and how welcoming she was to me when I'd come over to visit. You are very blessed to have shared your life with such a selfless person, and I know you will miss her greatly.

Please know of my prayers for you during this difficult time. I hope we can get together again after the pandemic ends!


Carrie Mueller

October 15, 2020

Tom, you are in my thoughts, I am sending healing thoughts out into the world for you.

The way Connie never lost her patience with me and my repeated questions was a testament to her. Hopefully I am passing some of her knowledge forward, keeping her legacy living on in the very best way.

Jacque Sebek

October 14, 2020


I am so very sorry! I enjoyed working with you and Connie for several years. You both served as great mentors who were always willing to help and teach. Please know that my thoughts are with you. May you find strength and comfort during this difficult time.


Zhihong Shao

October 14, 2020

During the time I worked for the Provider Analytics at Truven, Connie has always been my go-to person for problems and questions I have encountered. She has all the DataBridge in her brain! She is such a dedicated, intelligent, hard working and inspiring colleague!

Not to say the potlucks every month! Connie is a force to stick the team together! She remembers everybody's birthday! Connie will be long remembered and missed!

Brian Hochrein

October 14, 2020

Dear Tom,

I am deeply sorry for your loss. As you know Connie was such a great colleague for many years. My most memorable moments were always around our relationship with customers and especially HCA. In addition, we always enjoyed the potlucks that the team had around birthdays and the Holidays. I am sure we all miss those times we had together.

God Bless,

Ralph & Virginia Almer

October 14, 2020

Sorry to hear about Connie. She and I worked together for over 10 years (can't remember how long). I've been gone from Soluient (and a bunch of other companies) for over 13 years. But still have fond memories of working with Connie, she was pleasant to work with, a lot of given and take. So much fun. I met you several times, parties, or just when you picked her up for some reason or the other. You guys always seemed very happy.
My wife Virginia worked with Connie for a couple of years, they had fun together.
God Bless

Heejung Kwon

October 14, 2020

Dear Tom,

I worked with Connie as a developer in DataBridge team since September 2013, I was so pleased to work with her, she was already missed since she left company. My heart is filled with sorrow, so sadly missed.

I hope may your loving memories ease your mind during this difficult time. Grief is the reminder that we loved and were loved.

May God be with you in this time of sorrow.



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