OBITUARY

Constance "Connie" Kosbab

April 28, 1944April 3, 2019
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Constance (Connie) Kosbab of Rochester Hills, Michigan passed away on April 3, 2019 at the age of 74. She was born in Toledo, Ohio on April 28, 1944 to her loving parents John and Delphine Lukasik. She was a proud graduate of St. Ursula Academy. She was married to the love of her life, David Kosbab, on November 5, 1966 and they had 52 wonderful years together. She was a member of the Older Persons Commission in Rochester Hills, Michigan. One of her true joys in life was spending time with her grandchildren. She was an artistic person, creating quilts and beautiful stain glass creations. She is survived by her husband David; her beloved children Amy (James) Kosbab-Harrington and Beth (Tom) Swanson; and her grandchildren Conrad and Delphine Swanson.

A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, April 9th at 11am at Pixey Funeral Home, located on 3530 Auburn Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326. The family will be accepting guests from 10am until time of service. The family invites those who wish to visit www.Pixleyfuneralhome.com and to share their memories of Connie.

In lieu of flowers the family is asking that a donation be made in Connie’s honor to either GiGi’s Playhouse (www.gigisplayhouse.org/detroit), St. Jude’s (www.stjudes.org), or the Older Persons Commission (www.opcseniorcenter.org).

  • FAMILY

  • David Kosbab, Husband
  • Amy (James) Kosbab-Harrington, Daughter
  • Beth (Tom) Swanson, Daughter
  • Conrad Swanson, Grandson
  • Delphine Swanson, Granddaughter
  • John and Delphine Lukasik, Parents

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 9, 2019
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, April 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Constance "Connie" Kosbab

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Diane Wezner

April 9, 2019

I knew from the first time I met Connie that would be good friends. Her sparkling eyes and infectious smile were a treasure to behold. Whenever I sit down at my machine to quilt, I will always think of Connie. Blessings to Dave and the family as you begin your grief journey and always know that Connie is with you until you are reunited again.

Beth Wetzel

April 8, 2019

Dear ABCD,
I love you all so much and have only the fondest memories of spending tons of time at your welcoming home. Whether it was just hanging out or trying to be quiet coming in from a late night, yours was like a second home. It was always nice to see Connie, even so many years later, having tears in her eyes every time she saw me! (I assume they were happy tears!) Always such a lovely hello and good bye as you always knew her emotions ran deep and she wasn't afraid to show you how she felt.

Although Mark and I are unable to be there with you in person, please know our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time.
Much love,
Mark and Beth Wetzel

Sandy Brown

April 6, 2019

I have many good memories of Connie. We were work buddies but also good friends. Family always came first for her and she was over the moon about her grandkids. We were also quilting friends and I was happy to see she quilted during her travels and made many friends through her hobby. She will be greatly missed.




Dee Lucas

April 6, 2019

A few weeks ago, our neighborhood quilting group gained a new member. From the minute Connie walked into our meeting room, we were blessed with her warm personality and, needless to say, her quilting expertise. She wasn't with us nearly long enough and we will miss her.

Holly Hensley

April 5, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May the memories of Connie help you find peace.

Martha & Joe Bellman

April 5, 2019

David & Family...we are so very sorry to hear of your loss.
To love someone is to know the song in their heart, and to sing it to them when they have forgotten it.
May Connie's song live on in your hearts forever.

Don Hensley

April 5, 2019

Thoughts and prayers to Dave and the rest of Connie’s family. I hope her love of life lives on in all of you.

Ron Helen Jess

April 4, 2019

My cover up blanket at night watching TV when home in Ohio is the one Connie made me after your visit to Fl several years ago, it is a cherished gift, Connie had a heart of gold. Our deepest sympathy to u and the girls.






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