Condolence From: Thomas Seelbach, Columbus, OH
Condolence: About 1958-1960 it was, Connie was our favorite babysitter. I remember she read Highlights for Children to my two older siblings and myself. We lived at the opposite end of DeSantis Dr. and also enjoyed Carol and Margie as babysitters and "preschool" teachers. Teaching us "Little Sally Saucer", "Going on a Lion Hunt" and "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar?"
and making bracelets out of clovers. After all these years, I still recognized her photo. Sorry for the Davis and Sauter family loss.
Condolence From: Joyce Semeraro, Galena, OHIO
Condolence: I will remember Connie for her tremendous kindness, thoughtfulness, and friendship. She is in her new life with Jesus now, in peace, wrapped in the God's loving Spirit. But I will miss her. My condolences to her family. May your sadness be replaced by all the good memories of her.
Condolence From: Ruthie Baile, Centerburg, Ohio
Condolence: To the Sauter Family: My condolences and prayers to you all. My parents Irene and Louie Lapos were really good friends of your mom and dad. They were parishioners at the older St. Paul's church. My parents are in heaven now. Your mom was a beautiful lady.
Condolence From: Tom and Carol Ness, Delaware, Ohio
Condolence: Thinking of all of you at this sad time. We are so sorry for your loss. Connie was a remarkable woman who touched many lives. She will be truly missed. Please accept our deep and sincere sympathy. May she rest in peace.
Condolence From: Colleen Streetman, Westerville, OH
Condolence: I bowled with Connie on the Ridge Runners bowling league at the Palace. So very sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace as you celebrate her life
Condolence From: Sharon Bernert, Upper Arlington, Ohio
Condolence: So sorry for your loss . My thoughts and prayers are with the Sauter and Unk families at this sad time.
Condolence From: Linda Foeller Sivinski, Fort Mill, SC
Condolence: "Miss Davis" was my most memorable teacher, one of her 5th graders at St. Michaels, the year JFK was shot. Her smile was ever ready and gosh, she was just fun! I had the pleasure of running into her MANY years later when she was substituting at St. Michaels when my children attended; she made my day by sharing the fact that she still had some paper or art work from when I was in her class! The personification of class and kindness, what a role model for us all. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Condolence From: Joe Suozzi, Powell, OH
Condolence: Cathy,Theresa and Family,
So very sorry for your loss...Try and take comfort in knowing God’s greater plans for all of us and just imagine what your Mom and Dad can do now from Heaven!
Thoughts and prayers your way...Joe (UD ‘90)
Condolence From: Leslie Anderson, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Theresa there are no words that can take away the heartbreak, I know that your mom is with you and will get you through this! I Know that she loved you more than life itself! You all are in my prayers and I am sending you a big hug and praying for strength and peace! Love you sweet girl! Your mama is watching over you and is so very PROUD of the amazing woman you are! All of you!!❤️
Condolence From: Becky Chatel, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: My deepest sympathy On the loss of your beautiful mother. Everyone who knew her knew she was so special. She loved her family and it showed. She left a great legacy. I’m sure she will continue to watch over all of you. May she rest in peace.
Paul and Becky Chatel ❤️
Condolence From: Victoria Rayl, Buford, GA
Condolence: To all of Connie's Family,
Please accept our sincere condolences. Connie was one of the kindest people that ever walked this earth. She loved her God,family, and fellow man beyond. May she have eternal rest!
With Loving Thoughts and Prayers,
The Rayl Family
Condolence From: Sue Speakman, Pickerington, Ohio
Condolence: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I worked with John at BancOhio/National City for 20 years and always admired Connie and her family. One memory that stands out is the weekend we spent together at Notre Dame for one of the famous football games between ND and OSU. We were there representing a scholarship and were treated to a wonderful time together.
Hoping memories of Connie bring you peace.
Condolence From: Jenny Holtsberry, Sunbury, Ohio
Condolence: May Connie’s soul Rest In Peace. My condolences to her family. May she rest in the Lord’s arms and may the Lord console and comfort all of you. I am so blessed to have known Connie. She will be missed by all that knew her.
Condolence From: Kathie and Garry Rupp, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: We met Connie in high school and shared many laughs as teens and young adults. She wore her love for her faith and family on her sleeve. No doubt she is singing in the heavenly choir and still watching over her earthly family. God bless each of you with beautiful memories of your amazing Mom and Dad.
Condolence From: Mike and Pat Duffy, Yarmouthport, MA
Condolence: The Duffys are all sad to hear about Connie.
We had been praying for her.....
God wanted her in heaven with John.
She leaves a beautiful family that will carry on her
Condolence From: Patty and John Haskins, Dublin, OH
Condolence: Connie was truly an amazing person. She led a life full of love and compassion for all. She had the most warm and welcoming smile and the kind, friendly heart and spirit to match. I was blessed to be in her extended family of nieces and nephews, and was wrapped in the warm embrace of many fun outings at the Sauter home. These are memories that will be cherished forever. We send our love and deepest sympathies to the entire Sauter Family on this tragic loss of their beloved Mother and Grandmother. We know they are comforted that Connie is now joined in Heaven with John and her many treasured family and friends who had passed before her. The legacy of love, caring, kindness and compassion that Connie and John created proudly lives on in all of them.
Condolence From: Terri Williams, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Theresa and family-
Heaven has gained an angel to look upon all of you. What a beautiful person inside and out she was, an example to all on living a Christian life. Although she will be missed, her legacy continues through her children and grandchildren. God bless Connie and prayers for comfort as you grieve.
Condolence From: Lari and Ted Hummer, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I remember Connie's infectious smile. We go back many years from studying principles of education at college to sharing the birth of Connie's girls- Kathy and Theresa -with our kids - Matt and Nancy - all born during the same time period. We enjoyed getting together with John and Connie and their kids, and our kids, and other friends at Christmas and see each of our families growing up. Our memories will always be cherished.
Condolence From: Barbara Kurz, Rock Hill, SC
Condolence: I have been thinking about all the good times that Connie and I had growing up in Columbus -- going to kindergarten together, playing dolls, playing house, doing plays in the Davis' garage, playing in the Davis's rec room, playing in the snow, sleepovers, making fudge and many, many more. Good memories. I am thankful for a good friendship over many years.
I'm sorry that Connie has passed from time to eternity, but give thanks that she is at peace and in our heavenly home.
Love to all of Connie's family.
Condolence From: Frank & JUDY Lageman, Westerville, OH
Condolence: SAFELY HOME -- PLEASE PRAY -- MAY THE HOLY FAMILY WELCOME YOU "HOME"
Condolence From: Joseph Bossetti, Longwood, FL
Condolence: Connie was the sweetest person and I truly believe that she is a Saint that touched my life
Condolence From: Tim Craig, Columbus, ohio
Condolence: Connie will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.Marisa,Ian,Mackenzie and Tim, are all praying for your family.God Bless!
Condolence From: Maureen Benson, Corning, Ohio
Condolence: So very sorry to hear about Connie. Such a wonderful lady. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Davis family at this time of sadness.
Maureen, Colleen, and Eli Benson
Condolence From: Grace Noel, Centerburg, Ohio
Condolence: I feel so blessed to have known Connie. She was a very special person! Such a kind heart. Still can't believe it. She will be missed so much. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time!
Condolence From: John & Jo Valentine, Sunbury, Ohio
We are so very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
John & Jo Valentine
Condolence From: Peggy Koonce, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: So very sorry. Her smile will be missed. Prayers are with all.
Condolence From: Karen Kress, Sunbury, Ohio
Condolence: I never heard the story of how Connie came to be known as Sparky. But she certainly had a spark in her smile and her step. Without a doubt, she was one of the kindest souls I ever met. She had a kind word to say to everyone she met and she made every person she spoke to feel like the most important person in the room. My life was enriched having known her. She showed her faith by example and will think of her often in the years ahead. Her presence blessed me.