Constance Rose (Connie) Ross of Golden Years Estates and formerly River Glade passed peacefully at the Moncton Hospital Saturday May 21, 2022.
Born in White Rapids she was a daughter of the late William and Lynetta (Grattan) Mahoney.
Survived and sadly missed by her son Talbert (Pat) of Moncton, daughter Tanya Soucoup (Duane) of Boundary Creek, cherished grandsons Travis Soucoup (Amber) and Colby Soucoup and a beloved great grandson Blake. Survived also by siblings Elizabeth Ionson, Patricia Otis, Kathleen Couglan (Winston), Johny Dunn (Glenda), Linus Dunn (Kathy), Mary Arreal Dunn, Jimmy Dunn (Nancy) and sister in law Gwen Mahoney, several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Blake, sister Lois Davis and brother William Mahoney.
Connie loved to learn, either through classes or being self taught, there wasn't anything she couldn't do. She was a seamstress, cake decorator, gardener, weight coach, flower arranger, cook and baker. A member of the Red Hat Society, Jordan Life Care Center, canvassed for different charities and was very active in her church. Connie was always put together "Hair Done-Face On", a friend to all, always willing to help. Her greatest pleasure was her family, raising her children and took great pride in spending time with her grandsons. Connie was a woman of unquestionable faith, and worked hard to get her degree in Theology. Following retirement from Superannuation, both her and Blake travelled extensively in their motor home and were founding members of the local FMCA.
The family will receive relatives and friends at the Salisbury Funeral Home, (372-4800) on Wednesday May 25 from 6 - 8 p.m. with parish prayers and memory sharing at 7:30 p.m. The Funeral will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. from St. Jude's Roman Catholic Church, Salisbury with Father Phil Mulligan officiating. Interment at Fair Haven Memorial Gardens.
The family wish to thank the staff of Golden Years Estates for the care mother received.
If desired, memorials to the IWK, Friends of the Jordan LifeCare or Friends of the Moncton Hospital would be appreciated.