Connie Andrews


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Posted Online: Feb. 26, 2013, 4:34 pm
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Connie Lea Andrews, 65, of Clinton, Iowa, passed away at Eagle Point Nursing and Rehab Center on Feb. 25, 2013.
Cremation rites have been accorded, and at the family's request there will not be a service. Lemke Funeral Homes, Clinton, is assisting the family.
Connie was born Jan. 3, 1948, in Spencer, Iowa, the daughter of Elmer and Shirley Harris Greenslade. She was united in marriage to Edward Andrews on Oct. 4, 1969, in Clinton. Edward passed in 1988.
Connie was a teacher and taught in both the Albany and Fulton School districts.
Connie enjoyed walking and running. She ran in the Bix and the "Race for a Cure" event. Above all, she loved the children she taught and loved spending time with her family.
Connie is survived by her mother, Shirley, Clinton; one sister, Lynn (Gary) Dalaska, Cordova; two nephews, Daka (Patty) Dalaska, Port Byron, Triston (Amanda) Dalaska, Cordova; great-nephews, Landon and Carson; great-nieces, Mya and Jade; special friend and cousin, Darla Bender; and many other special friends. She was preceded in death by her father and her husband.
Memorials may be directed to an educational fund setup for her great-nieces and -nephews.
Online condolences can be left at www.lemkefuneralhomes.com.












 



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