Connie A. Ferguson

August 30, 1933November 20, 2012

Connie A. Ferguson, 79, of Albion, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012 at Hospice Home. She was born Aug. 30, 1933 in Fort Wayne. She retired in 1992 after 26 years with Lincoln National Life Company. She was an avid ND Football, IU Basketball, and Detroit Tigers fan. She is survived by her husband of almost 60 years, Sherrill “Fergie” Ferguson, of Albion; sons, Scott (Amy Haus) Ferguson, of New Haven and Steve (Martha Bishop) Ferguson, of Ft Wayne; grandchildren, Scotty, Samantha, Sean Ferguson, and Ron and Rick Ferguson. She was preceded in death by sisters, Margot Heck and Nancy Craft. Memorial calling is 4-6 pm Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 at C. M. Sloan and Sons Funeral Home, 1327 N. Wells St. Private Memorial Mass will be held at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, New Haven. Burial in Catholic Cemetery.



  • Memorial Calling Tuesday, November 27, 2012


  • Memorial Mass (Private)

Connie A. Ferguson

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Tony Maurer

November 29, 2012

Connie worked with me for a good many years at Lincoln. I am sorry that I leaned of her death too late to attend the memorial service, but I will keep her and your family in my prayers.

Sherry Gering

November 27, 2012

To all of you Fergie, Scott and Amy, Steve and Martha, So sorry to hear that Connie has passed. We had so much fun shopping and having lunch together so many times. The fun we had RVing and the fishing trips we took with our guys to Cheboygan. They went fishing and we went shopping in Cheboygan and could tell you what they had in the stores there. Then on we would go to Mackinaw City to shop there also. The guys would come back with walleye and we would cook up some fried potatoes and the walleye--yum what a feast. I remember sitting by the firepit waiting for the guys to come back from fishing. It started to rain so she and I put our raincoats on and kept the fire hot to cook hobo dinners. What a good time we had. Then our trips to Canyonland, Bryce Canyons, Arches Park, Grand Canyon. We did it all and she just loved doing it all. I am so glad that I got to know her through Don. I will miss all the fun times we had. It was hard to see her hurting from her hip, but she wanted to keep on going and we did until it was just too much anymore. She loved her family so much and then the grandkids. She would talk about the ball games she went to. She was a blessing to me. Thanks for sharing her with me for the time we had together. God's blessing to you as you go through this journey of her not being around anymore. I love you Connie!

Tammy Houser

November 27, 2012

Remembering Connie fondly and lifting her loved ones up in prayer during this difficult time.

November 21, 2012

"Ferg" & Family
So very sorry to hear of Connie's passing. We will miss her so much. She was just like the sister I never had. Time helps heal, but until then, may God hold you all in the palm of his hand. Love & God Bless Chuck & Becki Mathieu & Family