OBITUARY

Dolores V. Konke

February 5, 1924September 9, 2020

Dolores was called Home to her Lord.

She joins her husband, Edward, daughter, Joyce, and grandson, Christopher, and all family and friends who have proceeded her.

She was a wonderful daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. Her legacy will live on through everyone whom she touched. She will be missed, but never forgotten.

The family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Pine Point Hospice of Macon, Georgia for their care and compassion during her time there. The family ask if you wish to honor her life, that you please donate to Pine Point.

Forever and Always

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Karen Konke

September 23, 2020

Dear Mom and Dad,
My success in college and graduate school are due to your belief in my ability to succeed. I have had many opportunities to to continue my education through your support and encouragement. I started as a teacher. Developed in to a teacher who supported teachers in the classroom. You encouraged my desire to continue my education at the University of Georgia and earning a doctorate degree. None of this would have been possible without support from you and dad and your belief in me. I am grateful for all that you and dad did in encouraging me to continue my education.
Love You Mom and Dad,
Your Daughter Karen

Carol Nicklas

September 22, 2020

The Konke Family:
Bob and I wish to express our heartfelt sympathy to you, John, and your entire family, on the loss of your Mom.
We are both so glad that we had the opportunity to have met your Mom and to have spent some time visiting with her/an interesting and lovely lady.
Always carry in your heart the warm and wonderful memories of your times together.
Love, Bob and Carol


Bill Scheve

September 21, 2020

Before this virus, I missed seeing you in Church. It was at that point I kinda figured you were finishing the race of this life. I will always remember you and our Church friendship and look forward to seeing you in the Beauty of Heaven 🙏🏻. Blessings, Bill Scheve

Julianne Kandalec

September 17, 2020

Mom,
You were there in the darkest hours of my life when I lost Chris. We shared a bond when you lost Joyce. It’s ironic that we both lost our first born. I will miss all of our secret note passing and talks in your hot room. Your help as our fill up girl will be greatly missed. You always kept our supplies full.
I will always miss your terrific neck and foot massages. You always knew when I needed you.
I can’t say it enough I’m going to truly miss all of your help. All of your children are giving people. We all learned from the best you and dad. Take care of Joyce and Chris. Give Dad a hug and a kiss 💋 from me. One thing I’m truly going to miss is your expertise on drawing up my B-12 shots.

Love,
Your darling daughter, Julie

Julianne Kandalec

September 17, 2020

Mom,
You were there in the darkest hours of my life when I lost Chris. When Joyce passed we shared a bond of what it was to lose a child. It’s ironic it was both of our first born.
I will miss all of our secret note passing and talks in your room. Your help as our fill up girl will also be missed. You always kept our supplies filled up. I will miss your neck and foot massages. You always knew when I needed you. I’m truly going to miss all of your help. All of your children are giving people. We all learned from the best you and dad.
Take care of Joyce and Chris . Give dad a big hug and kiss 💋 from me
Last but not least I’m truly going to miss your expertise on drawing up my B-12 shots.

Your,darling daughter

Mike Graczyk

September 17, 2020

Aunt Dolores was truly one of a kind. She was someone so kind, so compassionate, so gracious, and so full of the Spirit. I was truly inspired by her faith in God, and I have been inspired by her so much over the years. She recently called us to ask how we were doing, and it was so good to hear from her again. I loved how positive she was, and I did not know that was going to be the last time I heard her voice - but I now know that she is welcomed by her Lord and is partying with the angels, restored to full sight, sound, and radiant joy.

I send deepest condolences to her family members during this time. Dolores was one of a kind and is truly missed. I will remember and cherish her always. With most sincere sympathies,

Mike

Tom Graczyk

September 16, 2020

Thanks for all the love and support you gave me. You will forever be in our hearts and memory.

Tina Konke

September 16, 2020

It was a real pleasure getting to know you over the past several years. You were quite an amazing woman. You raised such a wonderful son - John! He is truly one of the most selfless and loving people I have ever met. I believe he acquired these traits from you. For this, I will always be thankful to you. I am so honored to have him as my husband and in my life. It is a true blessing to be a part of your Konke family!

Kara Richie

September 15, 2020

Growing up year after year receiving letters in the mail from you never failed to put a smile on my face. I loved reading them and writing you back. I’ll never forget when you sent me sixteen presents on my my sixteenth birthday, and thinking this is one of the nicest things anyone has ever done for me. I’ll deeply miss you and our letters back and forth. It brought me such joy to get to know such an amazing woman.

Fr. William McIntyre, OFM

September 14, 2020

On behalf of the parishioners, deacons, sisters, friars and staff of St. Peter Claver Church and School we offer Karen, Julie and the entire Konke family our condolences and prayers. Your Mother, Dolores, was a faithful member of her adopted Macon Parish. We will miss her. Know of our prayers in these days and weeks to come.

Father Bill, OFM

FROM THE FAMILY

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