We want to express our deepest sympathy to Jim and Connie’s family for your loss. Our wonderful memories of Connie and the Crossley family go back to growing up on Monroe Street. Connie and Jim’s apartment was always a welcome hangout for Bing and his friends.
After our marriage, Connie and Jim encouraged us to move across the road from them on the Towerville Road. Our boys became good friends with Jimmy and Jack. Connie and Jim were great friends, neighbors and family to us as a young struggling family. We have many, many wonderful memories of their support and family get togethers, including their visit with us at our new home in Georgia.
Much love from the Lewis family,Jim, Eileen, Dan and John
Connie will be remembered as a dear sweet friend who always made those around her feel loved and special. We are thankful for our memories of times with her and Jim. May she rest in peace and know how very much she was loved by her family and friends. We are holding her family in our prayers. Love, Jerry, Tracy, and Family
Aunt Connie, where do I start? You were the best aunt, always so welcoming and nurturing to us as kids/teens and adults. Coming to your house was a treat! There was so much love and laughter at your home. You will be so missed. Rest in peace...