Jacqueline "Jacque" Koenigs

May 4, 1952September 14, 2020

Jacqueline "Jaque" Koenings, age 68, retired administrator, loving wife, mother and grandmother went to eternal rest on Sept. 14, 2020. Preceded in death by her parents James and Jean (Barr) Connolly and sister Joyce Connolly. Survived by her loving husband of 48 years Gary, son Craig (Megan) Koenigs, daughter Jean Marie (Martin) Noller, brother Jay (Tonya) Connolly, sisters Jill (Bob) Stauss, Jan Hale-Mansfield and grandchildren Alexa, Aidan, Noah and Myron. Rosary, 7pm, Thurs. Sept. 17, Mass of Christian Burial, 10am on Friday both at The Church of the Holy Spirit, 18218 W. Hwy 54, Goddard, KS 67052. In lieu of flowers memorial to The Church of the Holy Spirit. The family requests that face masks are worn.


  • Gary Koenigs, Husband
  • Craig (Megan) Koenigs, Son
  • Jean Marie (Martin) Noller, Daughter
  • Jay (Tonya) Connolly, Brother
  • Jill (Bob) Stauss, Sister
  • Jan Hale-Mansfield, Sister
  • James Connolly, Father (deceased)
  • Jean (Barr) Connolly, Mother (deceased)
  • Joyce Connolly, Sister (deceased)
  • Jacquealso leaves behind her grandchildren Alexa, Aidan, Noah, and Myron to cherish her memory.

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  • Rod Heaton, Casket Bearer
  • Rand Heaton, Casket Bearer
  • Ryan Heaton, Casket Bearer
  • Darin Miller, Casket Bearer
  • Jeff Connolly, Casket Bearer
  • Rex Harris, Casket Bearer


  • Visitation

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

  • Rosary Service

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, September 18, 2020


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Corlyn Cain

September 16, 2020

Corlyn, Jacque and Stephanie


September 16, 2020

So many wonderful memories of Jacque. She quickly became one of my friends when I started at Dugan Truck Line in 1998 - I was barely 20 years old. She took me under her wing and taught me so many things. She often invited me to ball games and other things that Jeanmarie and Craig were involved in and before long I was tagging along just like I belonged. She taught me all about River Fest and how to do it correctly. Her smile and laugh were so infectious. I'm not sure what year it was but she came back to the USF Dugan family and it was just like old times.
I know how much she loved her family and how they will miss her so. But she is free and in the arms of our Lord and Savior now.
Many prayers of peace, hugs and love for you all.
Corlyn (Day) Cain


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