Connie Williams

Connie Sue Williams

Wednesday, November 14th, 1956 - Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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Connie Sue Williams, age 63, of Stanton, passed away on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing.

Connie enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. It didn’t matter if she was at the lake, riding her motorcycle in the summer, or snowmobile in the winter, if her family and friends were around, Connie was enjoying life. She absolutely loved watching her granddaughters in whatever they were doing. Connie worked at the Montcalm County ISD for close to 30 years and not only loved working with the kids, but also all of her co-workers.

Surviving Connie is her husband, Chuck; sons, Jeremy (Christy) Williams and Josh (Stacey) Williams both of Stanton; granddaughters, Katelynn and Danielle; her sister, Karen (Mark) Kamradt of Stanton; many nieces and nephews, lots of great friends and many “adopted” kids.

Connie was preceded in death by her parents, Donald & Marleen (Hall) Keeler and her daughter, Mellissa Williams.
A celebration of Connie’s life is being held on Saturday, November 14th, from 3:00pm-7:00pm at Simpson Family Funeral Homes, Stanton Michigan. Please feel free to come and go as your schedule allows.

Due to COVID-19 rules and regulations currently in place by the State Health Department there is a capacity limit in the funeral home and masks are required. Connie’s family asks for your understanding and cooperation with these restrictions.

In lieu of flowers, you are asked to keep the needs of Connie’s family in mind as they deal with her sudden passing.
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  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, November 14th, 2020 |
    Saturday, November 14th, 2020
    Simpson Family Funeral homes - Stanton
    225 W. Cedar Street
    Stanton, Michigan 48888
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    The Celebration of Connie's life is being held from 3:00pm - 7:00pm. Please feel free to come and go as your schedule allows.


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Posted at 12:10pm
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Dan and Monica Daws
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Posted at 11:43am
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Deb Comden

Posted at 08:02am
Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss. May all of you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. My time with Connie on the bowling lanes and working with her was a complete joy. It was a pleasure to watch her interact with the kids, teaching them how to do things for themselves. She had the heart and soul that it takes to do her job. Connie will be missed, the big blue van won't look the same without her behind the wheel. Wishing the family strength and peace during this hard time.

Rena Baxter

Posted at 07:49am
My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this absolutely tragic time! I worked with Connie years ago when she was at Central Montcalm upper elementary. I was so impressed by her patience, genuine love and caring for children who desperately needed a warm and generous heart. You know I don’t even know if she was a Christian but she embodied the beliefs that I hold. Proverbs 11:25 says “The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed; those who help others are helped.” It doesn’t feel right now that Connie was helped. It hurts to think that somebody who gave so freely had to have her life takent. And it is with pain and a bit of resentment to think that Connie’s life of helping others was cut short. But in times like this it is my hope: that in God her reward will be when she meets Jesus...that He will share with her one of her amazing hugs and will say “well done my good and faithful servant.“ Thank you for sharing your wife, mother, sister, aunt or cousin with us at the Montcalm ISD. We are truly grateful for her service. On a lighter note. One memory that I will always have of Connie is the Land Rover that she drove to work! It was so cool!! It makes me smile through my tears to think of her pulling up in that very cool truck!!
In love, some laughter and a lot of tears,
Rena Baxter

Sandy Gardner

Posted at 12:40pm
Connie was my son's aide for years at Walnut Elementary. She was an important part of lives and had a huge impact on his progress as a child with autism. Godspeed, Connie, and our deepest condolences to her family. We will never forget everything she did for us and for my son. Sandy Gardner

Carol Current Posted at 03:05am

Known Connie for many years as we both worked for MAISD! Connie always had a smile on her face! Most of all she just loved the students she worked with! Connie will never ever forget you! My prayers and smythany to her family!

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