Condolence From: Roger Roberts, Sunbury, OH
Condolence: Marion and family,
My condolences to you. I have so very fond memories of Connie through the Big Walnut Area Historical Society. She provided material and a video of the early 20th century Ohio flood and it's effect upon Portsmouth. I lived in Portsmouth at one time and we shared memories of it and people we knew in common. We both enjoyed the trip some of us took a couple of summers ago to visit the wall. God bless you all.
Condolence From: Margaret Shaw, Festus, Missouri
Condolence: Connie was my oldest sister. She always looked after all of us. She was very intelligent, kind and caring to everyone. I learned so much from her example. We sisters are going to miss her very much. I am very thankful that God gave us such a treasure. Now she is with Him. I am sure our parents and all the other relatives were so happy to see her. I know she will be enjoying all the children in heaven.
Thank you Heavenly Father for the precious gift of our sister, Connie. Connie, we will see you later.
and the other relatives had a big homecoming for her I am
Condolence From: Gary Kowaleski, Westerville, OHIO
Condolence: Rest In Peace my friend..
Condolence From: Fran Russell, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Mrs. Ackerman was so kind to our daughter Elaine, encouraging her and bringing her special chocolate chip cookies to her. I'm certain she will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Condolence From: michael davis, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sad to learn of Connie"s passing.She was a dedicated wife, mother,grandmother,teacher(Hanby colleague),and family friend.Connie recently provided much needed support when my wife,also a soft spoken,Portsmouth southern belle, recently passed.Our heart-broken loss,but,Heaven has gained another EXTRAORDINARY ANGEL! Sincere condolence,Michael Davis