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Connie  Duncan

Connie Duncan

October 27, 1966 - May 6, 2019

Connie passed away peacefully, in the comfort of her home on May 6, 2019, surrounded by loved ones. <br /> <br /> Connie was a loving mother and great friend. She was always there to help everyone! She truly had a heart of gold! She was loved by many and will be truly missed! <br /> <br /> She is survived by her significant other, Mark Dattilo; her children, Amber (Travis) Williams & Melinda Taylor; grandchildren, Nathanial Cupp, Alexis Chadwick, Sean, Nicholas Williams, Cameron, Xavier, Dominic, Amayah & Hayden Williams; her sisters, Sharon Myers, Donna Jackson, Bonnie Gilpatrick & Linda (Travis) Hollingshead; and her brother, Charlie Duncan.

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Royer's Funeral Home

1823 N Blue Mills Rd, Independence, MO

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    So glad we all got together. RIP CONNIE!
    Marsha Frazee McCammon May 10, 2019
    I met Connie working for Corporate cleaners we became great friends even after we had went our separate ways job wise. Her and Mark and I often met and had dinner at Golden Corral. She was a very dear and special friend to me though we didn’t talk much over the last couple of years I considered her a close friend. She knew and understood me. Connie I’m gonna miss you. Give them hell up there in heaven . Girl your were the best. Loved you dearly. I’m glad your not suffering any more . All my love to you.
    Daniel Hansen May 10, 2019
    Sharing a memory is about I have of her and Charlie,. Moving back to Olathe as a child it was Connie and Charlie that made me feel at home. A part of something, we became friends and remained friends all the way thru highschool where we all grew up and grew apart, raising our families and making our futures. Little did I know we were cousins. I loved her like a sister. I love you Connie and I'll miss you you dearly..
    Scott L Frazee May 09, 2019
    I have so many memories that are all good, always enjoyed the many summers that you and you sisters and brother spent with Galen and me. We talked just a few days before you passed about going to the park in McPherson, Kansas to see the big fish you liked so much when you were a kid. You loved to feed the fish every summer you came to our house. It was always a blessing to see you and our other siblings have such fun and watch your eyes light up. I know you wanted me to come get you and take you to the park again, I really wanted to but you were to ill.
    Sharon (Duncan) Myers May 09, 2019
    She would come play at the Isle of Capre Casino where I worked. She was a small, stubborn, ball of fire and I think that's why we got along so well. I would always give her the best set in the
    Lori May 09, 2019
    Sis I will miss and Love you forever. Growing up with you and Bonnie will never be forgotten. The three of us were always together, we liked the same things and had a lot of the same friends. I can still remember the three of us telling our mother we were staying the night with a friend, but instead we ran around up town in Olathe. Still have no idea how our mother found out, but we got into big trouble over that lie. Connie you will never be out of my heart and soul. I blessed to have such a beautiful, fun, loving, and caring sister. Love and miss you so very much sis. You have your wings now so please fly high!!
    Linda Hollingshead May 09, 2019
    There are so many memories that could share, but the latest is the past 1 1/2 years that we spent daily on the phone talking on end for hours. You listening to the game I was playing on the computer, and you mocking the animal sounds it made. You got real good at mocking the cows mooing, and the chickens clucking, and then we would just laugh at it. I will love you until the end of time sis. You will always be in my heart and memories. R.I.P. enjoy your life in heaven. We will be together again soon.
    Donna Jackson May 09, 2019