OBITUARY

Connie F. Leo

February 21, 1925August 4, 2018

Constance 'Connie' Frances Leo passed away August 4, 2018 in Sun City, Arizona. She was born February 21, 1925 in Oak Park, Illinois.

"What's important to You is important to Me", a statement chosen by her family that best reflects who Connie was. She was loving, caring and nurturing to her family and friends.

Connie was married twice, to each husband for 29 years. She is preceded in death by them both, Stan Szerlong and Dominic Leo. Connie is also preceded in death by several long-term friends.

She is survived by her children, sons Donald (Carrie) and Craig, and daughter Barbara; grandchildren, April, Christianna, Alexandra (Zachary) and Joseph; great grandchildren, Courtney and Noelle; nephews, Joseph (Lynn) and Peter (Jackie) , and niece Cindy (Michael).

Connie continued to make new friends in the later years of her life and enjoyed reading, playing card games, and bingo.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, August 19, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Monday, August 20, 2018
  • Committal Service Monday, August 20, 2018
REMEMBERING

Connie F. Leo

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Geraldine Calay

October 2, 2018


to the Leo Family, From Geraldine (Gerry) Calay Maiden name (Wyczawski) I was a niece of Aunt Connie. My brother Stan and sister-in-law Marge live in Phoenix and sister Dorothy Pleitgen husband Gary live in Florida. the three of us as kids always enjoyed going to Bensenville, Illinois and visiting with aunt Connie, Stanley her first husband and his mom our aunt Jo Szerlong. Aunt Connie was a very loving caring and fun person to be around. She will be well missed. My brother Stan, Marge and myself would try our best to see her and your dad Dominic. Our visits were always very enjoyable. Also Don, I am the one who talked to you in Feb. of 2018 and you told me about her alzheimer's, this was my only opportunity to visit . I was in Ariz. Sept 21 - 30th. I talked to her a few times but was still hoping to see her on my visit to family. I am so sorry for your loose. thankyou for talking with me when I called! Gerry

April Leo

August 19, 2018

Our Grandma Connie had love in abundance. Her love, attention, warmth, and encouragement made the world a brighter place for her friends and family.
She never met a stranger and she enjoyed trying new things. She was a voracious reader and fantastic cook.
Her candy dishes were always filled and her heart always open. Her life and love are worthy of admiration, emulation, and celebration. We love and miss you, Grandma!

Chris Leo

August 10, 2018

Grandma Connie was a very kind, loving, and caring person. She always offered words of encouragement, gave many compliments, and offered her valued advice. She was the best grandma anyone can ask for. She is dancing on streets of gold in heaven right now and I look forward to the day I see her again. I love you grandma!

Shirley Whorton

August 10, 2018

Aunt Connie was like a second "mom" to me. No matter time of day,or how busy she was, Connie was always there to comfort and help. She was with me for 70 yeas. Aunt Connie will truly be loved and missed, even beyond the grave.

FROM THE FAMILY