OBITUARY

Connie Mae Powell

June 12, 1928January 1, 2021

Connie Mae Powell, age 92, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on Friday, January 1, 2021. Connie was born June 12, 1928 in Warren County, Kentucky to George and Eva Johnson Carlock. She attended the Beech Grove Independent Church of the Nazarene. She was a seamstress. Connie was a lady of deep faith, living her life for God and her family. She believed in the power of prayer. Connie is survived by her daughter Laura (Bill) Denny, son Joe S. Powell, 4 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Joe M. Powell, sisters Louise Lyle, Gladys Shields, Kathleen Rippy, brothers JT Carlock , Cecil Carlock. Visitation will be Saturday, January 9, 2021 from 10 - 11 am at Southwest Church of the Nazarene, 4797 Tincher Road, Indianapolis, IN 46221. Social Distance and face mask will be required. There will be a private family service following visitation. The service will be streamed live on Family Funeral Care Facebook page. Burial will be at Maple Hill Cemetery in Plainfield. In Lieu of flowers memorial's in Connie's name may be made to Shepard Community, 4107 East Washington Street, Indianapolis,, IN, www.shepherdcommunity.org

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Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 9, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Saturday, January 9, 2021

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Tina Gordon-Kitts

January 8, 2021

Aunt Connie will be missed very much. How I can remember the times as a child when we would all gather as a family the food and fellowship. I will say her chocolate pies was the best in the world. I was very blessed recently by Aunt Connie, even though her physical body would not allow her to travel for my wedding in October she did send me one of the most precious gifts that will be cherished for years to come and heirloom that can be passed on along with the stories. I know that there was reunion like no other in heaven on the day she left her earthly body, and one day we will see each other again. Love you Aunt Connie, thank you for all the memories.

Mitzi Dennison

January 5, 2021

So many memories that I will cherish....this picture is from last Thanksgiving. She loved beating the great grandchildren in Chinese Checkers. Nana was one of my most favorite people. We shared alot of talks. She prayed for all of us up until her last day. We will miss you so much but we all know that you are in a much better place. You can breath again, take walks, sew, and plant flowers and gardens. Love you more!!!

Jonathan Denny

January 3, 2021

We miss you already. I can't believe you are not with us anymore. I know that you are rejoicing in heaven right now. We had great talks while walking , swinging or on the phone. I love you very much. You still had a sense of humor up to the end. Thank you for all your prayers for me and my family. I wouldn't be where I am today without your prayers.
Love you
Jon, Julie and the kids.

Courtney Boman

January 3, 2021

My Youngest son Eli (1 of 6 Great Great Grandchildren) and Grandma Powell Christmas 2018.
That was the first time he got to meet her and he walked over, sat on her lap and started eating pineapple. You couldnt help but just love her as soon as you met her. We love you and Miss you so much Grandma.❤

Larry and Jewett

January 3, 2021

Memories, how precious!!! God blessed our lives the day we met Connie Powell. We instantly became friends---kindred spirits! so thankful for the times we have shared together across the years. Never a more loving, kind, compassionate and faithful friend to us personally and to our ministry. Connie, we will miss your prayers and the daily phone calls ---but, just wait---for we'll soon be coming! What a glad reunion day awaits us all! Connie, we love you, our dear forever friend! Larry and Trisha Jewett

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