Connie "Constance" Morrow
July 2, 1931 – June 22, 2018
Connie (Constance) June Morrow, 86 years old, passed away on June 22, 2018, in her home in Houston, Texas.
She is from Wichita, Kansas, and has resided in Houston for over 40 years. Connie loved to play Bridge (in several bridge groups), she was involved in many neighborhood activities including the Sherwood Oaks Women's Club and Citizens on Patrol, and she loved being a member in her Beta Sigma Phi Sorority for 58-1/2 years - she was proud of her 16 years of perfect attendance. She loved to read and she loved to decorate her home for any season, if there wasn't a holiday there was a season!
She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and La Veta Holloway; her husband, Jack, they were married for 64 years; her son, David; and her grandson, Erick.
Connie is survived by her two loving daughters, Vee Ellen Lewis and her husband William, and Vanessa Cline and her husband Andy; grandchildren, Clifford and Sean Lewis and Andrew Cline; brother, Robert Holloway and wife Sharon; nephew, Mark Holloway and family, Carrie Holloway; and nieces Karen Anderson and Kathy Hughes and family.
A Celebration of Life will be conducted in the chapel of Memorial Oaks Funeral Home on July 16, 2018 at 10 o'clock in the morning.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation please be made to The American Heart Association or Alzheimer's Association.
- Connie is survived by her two loving daughters, Vee Ellen Lewis and her husband William, and Vanessa Cline and her husband Andy; grandchildren, Clifford and Sean Lewis and Andrew Cline; brother, Robert Holloway and wife Sharon; nephew, Mark Holloway and family, Carrie Holloway; and nieces Karen Anderson and Kathy Hughes and family.
- Celebration of Life Monday, July 16, 2018
- Committal Service Monday, July 16, 2018
Connie "Constance" Morrow
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July 14, 2018
Aunt Connie was a wonderful lady, I will never forget her. I always cherished the times I was able to spend with her, usually around the holidays. Aunt Connie and Grandma would usually be in or near the kitchen preparing some amazing meals and of course, delectable desserts!!! At Christmas time, she was like a kid herself, she really LOVED Christmas, she delighted both in opening her gifts, and in watching others open their gifts. She was always a very generous and caring person. As an adult, she came to my kids' baby showers with blankets she hand knitted. They loved those blankets and still have them! Another time, Connie and Jack were out of town, but offered to let our entire baseball team crash at their house so we didn't have to rent motel rooms!
Once Grandma got up in years and then passed, Aunt Connie became the matriarch of our family get-togethers. She was a taskmaster, always making sure every detail was "just right". Going to her home at the holidays was like going to a wonderland of knickknacks! It was amazing how many holiday decorations she would put out, no matter what holiday it was, but Christmas was always especially exuberant! Everywhere you looked, you saw Christmas! I often wondered where in the world Uncle Jack stored all of those decorations! On the few times I was able to visit when there wasn't a holiday in sight, she would still be displaying her many collections. I remember mushrooms the most for some reason, (they were everywhere!) but she had many other collections as well.
I was in Missouri at my dad's home this last Christmas and heard Aunt Connie had broken her leg and was in the hospital, which made me very sad knowing this was her favorite day of the year. We called her to tell her "Merry Christmas" and of course she was in great spirits and cracking jokes and put a smile on my face once again! Rest in Peace Aunt Connie, you were a very loving person, and I hope you know you were loved as well by all of us!
July 10, 2018
Connie was the kind of neighbor everyone should be blessed to have. The second day we moved in, she was over with a huge, delicious chocolate cake. I was so impressed with her thoughtfulness and she was so easy to talk to. I loved her enthusiam for Christmas and all of her decorations. If you wanted to get in the Christmas spirit then just a visit to her home would put you there! We will miss her dearly! Fred & Kathy Klinkhammer
July 9, 2018
July 9, 2018
Connie was a wonderful friend. She was always living life to the fullest. She loved the holidays and it was pure joy to see her house decorations during the Christmas season. Her smile was beautiful and so was she inside and out. May God be with her family during this difficult time. We all loverd Connie, she will be missed, from Rise', Tom and Tracy Szymczak