Constance Hall Simpson

February 15, 1945August 17, 2020

Simpson, Constance Hall, Age 75 of Dayton passed away August 17, 2020 in Miamisburg. She was born on February 15, 1945 in Springfield OH to Jack and Dorothy (Grimm) Tritle. She was preceded in death by her husband’s Byron Hall and John Simpson and her son Michael Hall. She is survived by her brothers Steven (Judith) Tritle, Douglas (Margaret) Tritle, and sister Nancy Dennis, and granddaughters Emmy and Elaina. Connie worked at Standard Register as an engineer support. She then worked for over 10 years at the Community Blood and Tissue Center. Connie was an avid reader and loved football, including her beloved Cincinnati Bengals. Due to COVID there will be no public service. A private family service will be held at Woodland Cemetery. Condolences may be left on the Tobias Funeral Home website.


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John (Jack) Zimmerman

August 25, 2020

I want to offer my heart felt condolences to Connie's sister Nancy and her brothers Stephen and Douglas. I also want to offer my sympathies to her granddaughters Emmy and Elaina. Connie and I worked together at Standard Register for over forty years and became great friends. All her Standard Register friends truly miss her caring and insightful personality. She always had the ability to know when any of her friends needed a kind word or some encouragement. Connie is greatly missed.

Martha Knox-Stanfill

August 23, 2020

Hello My husband Bill Knox worked with Connie at Standard Register Co. Bill died in 2002 .
I was sorry to learn of her death! My sympathy to all her loved ones !!

Steve Hall

August 22, 2020

Deepest sympathy to Connie's family. She will be missed.

Steve and Jerrie Hall

Jane Hall

August 22, 2020

Prayers for your family

Jeff and Jane Hall and Family

Susan LaPlante

August 21, 2020

Connie was the consummate housewife, all while raising a family and working full time. She was a very gracious and loving woman. I had the pleasure of her being my stepmother for many years and many a time laughing and talking about books we loved to read. She loved my Dad Byron and took great care with him during the horrible months he lived with cancer. She will be missed by anyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. May she rest in peace with her angels by her side. Love Susan

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