April 16, 1920 – November 17, 2012
Constance Mary Greenwood, a long time resident of Calgary, Alberta, passed away peacefully at the Bethany Care Centre on November 17, 2012, at the age of 92. She was predeceased by her parents Robert and Hannah Greenwood.
Connie served overseas during World War II with the Canadian Women’s Corp and following her discharge returned to Calgary, her birthplace, and was employed with the Public Service of Canada in the Unemployment Insurance Commission Office. She retired in 1984 and continued to reside in Calgary until her passing. She was a member of The First Baptist Church and was a strong supporter of the Mustard Seed.
Connie leaves to cherish her memory Rosemary Medlicott, Joan and William Anhorn (Brett, Nicole and families), Thomas and Gene Medlicott (Ryan, John, Suzanne and families) and Charlene and Bruce Kolesnik (Chad and Chantelle). She is also survived by her Greenwood relatives, Karen, John, David, Robert and families.
Those wishing to remember Connie may do so with a memorial gift to the Mustard Seed, 102 - 11 Avenue S.E. Calgary, AB T2G 0X8 or Operation Eyesight, 4 Parkdale Crescent NW Calgary, AB T2N 3T8.
- No formal service to be held
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December 30, 2012
I only met Connie once in 1968 when she and her father and mother came over to the UK to see her father's sister (my grandmother). She was amazingly kind to a little boy and sent over many books during my childhood like the "What a Jolly Street" stories and Brad Forrest Calgary Adventures. I'm very sorry not to have found her again in life but am glad she had such good friends
November 22, 2012
The members and board of the Open Door Senior Fellowship of Calgary would like to let the family of Connie Greenwood know how much Connie contributed in volunteer hours to the on going program and office duties of our downtown senior's centre. She volunteered cheerfully when called upon, many times on short notice. She will be remembered fondly by many older members.
Bill Halliwell, President.