Eustis & Cornell Funeral Home

142 Elm Street, Marblehead, MA


Constance M. Winter

February 20, 1930May 18, 2020

Constance “Connie” (Calder) Winter, age 90, went to God May 18, 2020 at Care One Essex Park, Beverly, following complications from the COVID-19 virus. She was the loving wife of Richard E. Winter of Marblehead, with whom she would have shared 70 years of marriage in June.

Born on February 20, 1930 in Danvers, MA she was a daughter of the late Mary (Joyner) Calder and Edgar A. Calder. She attended Marblehead schools and graduated with the class of 1948. In her later years, Connie was a greeter at the Marblehead Council of Aging.

Along with her loving husband, Connie is survived by her sons, Bradley Winter of Danvers, and Gregory Winter of Peabody; her daughter Susan (Winter) Testa of Marblehead, as well as her daughters-in law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild, and many cousins.

In lieu of flowers donation of your choice can be made to St. Stephen's United Methodist Church, 67 Cornell Rd., Marblehead MA 01945.


Constance M. Winter

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Jere Andrews

June 2, 2020

Dear Dick and family,
I was very sad to hear of Connie’s passing. She was a great lady.
I know you and my parents had many great times together.
My condolences to the whole family,
Jere & Jeanette Andrews

Rosemae Genett

May 30, 2020

Dear Dick & Family,
We were so sorry to learn of Connies passing! What a large void there must be in your household. She was such a lovely,positive person. I remember so many happy times with Dick & Connie, mostly with the Neptunes. The many places where we sang and the sometimes challenging rehearsals that we had. I remember a wonderful time years ago at a cook-out in your back yard. Then of course there were all the annual (or not) dinner and luncheon parties. Bill & I feel honored to have known Connie
Most Sincerely, Rosemae

Louis and Laura Meyi

May 24, 2020

Dear Dick and everyone in the Winter family,
We offer condolences on the death of Connie. You could not find a nicer person than Connie anywhere on earth. We had hundreds of happy occasions with her. She did so much to bring rays of joy to many, many people. Hard to pick just some to mention in this memorial – her writing and mailing notes to shut-ins and kids, her involvement in everything at church, her organization of those wonderful monthly outings for lunch. We feel privileged that a memory we can hold always is the meal we got to share with Connie and your family during lunch at Gourmet Garden last New Year’s. We will miss Connie very much.
Louis and Laura Meyi

Carol Mori

May 20, 2020

Although I was new to the DAR chapter Connie was very memorable. I appreciate her help with my insignia, her friendly smile and kind words. She and Dick will be missed when we resume our meetings. Thoughts and Prayers with the Family.

Barbara Rafferty

May 20, 2020

Always a smile and an interesting story. Years of making sure DAR friends got their entrees and led our singing of the Star Spangled Banner with gusto! Will be greatly missed.

Patricia Karakashian

May 19, 2020

I was so saddened to hear of Connie's passing. I remember, her from many years at our DAR chapter meetings. She was a very kind soul and will be missed. My sincere condolences to Dick and the family.

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