Condolence From: Jean Christian, Sunbury, Ohio
Condolence: Mr.Pence I had the privilege of taking care of your wife at St.Ann's in Infusion Services. I remember when you all first came you had a folder with her schedule that I kidded you about. What a dear sweet lady she was. We always had fun chatting about your family, what she was cooking, going out with friends, and your trips. She was always upbeat no matter what was going on with her. I am saddened to she learn of her passing. God Bless you and your family. You were so good to her.
Condolence From: Ken Bartlett, Sunbury, Ohio
Condolence: So sorry to hear of Connie's passing. I remember so many good times singing in the choir with Connie, and being with her and family growing up. I offer my condolences to Irv and family.
Condolence From: Janet Meredith, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Condolence: Our sincere sympathy to Irvin Bence and Family. My dear Ferndale High School and Nursing School classmate will be missed. Our many adventures at church camp, our school days and our cottage times are dear to my heart! I thank God for my Friend and send love and peace to Irvin and Family. Janet
Condolence From: Eloise Shipley, Westerville, Oh
Condolence: Dear Irvin,
We are so sorry for your loss. What a special lady. E remember her smiling face from our earliest days in Westerville and our time at Church of the Master. Heaven has gained an angel.
May God bless you and give you comfort.
Love, Eloise and Dale Shipley
Condolence From: Bonnie Jackel Plesco, Brandon, FL
Condolence: We were so sorry to hear of Connie's passing. I remember her and your entire family fondly. The only thing I missed about leaving Ohio was our little block of friends on Otterbein Avenue. Unfortunately, every time we came to Westerville to visit, Irv and Connie were traveling. Please take comfort in knowing that she will be welcomed into heaven by family and friends that went before her. My mom and dad will surely be there. Whenever my family had a get-to-gether, we always spoke about our memories of growing up in Westerville and the Bences were always part of those wonderful memories. Thank you.
Sending love and prayers to you all.
Love, Bonnie, Blake, Christopher and Devon
Condolence From: Chuck and Kay Jenkins, Westerville, OH
Condolence: We will miss a special neighbor of almost 50 years. Also, we won’t ever forget our annual strawberry/rhubarb pie. Thanks for being you.
Condolence From: Linda Coleman, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Oh what a blessing Connie was to Church of The Master. She had so many talents to share. Loved her beautiful singing, loved her infectious smile, and loved seeing her in the kitchen as she was always a go getter in this area. Will miss that beautiful smile. God has gained a beautiful and compassionate person!