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Connie Wilson

Connie Rae Wilson

Sunday, April 25th, 1937 - Sunday, July 26th, 2020
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Obituary

Connie Rae Wilson went to be with the Lord on July 26, 2020 at St. Luke Hospital in Ronan surrounded by her children.

Connie was born April 25, 1937 in Kalispell, Montana to Lucille and Ford Peckham. She attended and graduated from Flathead County High School, where she was a member of the drill team. One of her fondest high school memories was marching in the Portland Rose Festival Parade.

Connie was a loving mother to her children and a second mom to many; a devoted wife, sister, grandmother and mother-in-law. She was a huge supporter of all her children and grandchildren, attending as many events as she could manage and cheering for all.

Connie married Richard (Dick) Wilson on August 12, 1956 at the Epworth United Methodist Church in Kalispell. She and Dick had 55 years together until his death in 2011, raising four amazing children. Connie and Dick were partners in life, they also started a family business, Dick Wilson Trucking. It was truly a family business employing dad, mom, and all four children.

Connie enjoyed camping and boating with her family. Connie loved to garden; her flowers were her pride, and joy. She was passionate about her animals, especially her horses. She loved sharing her hobbies with family and friends.

Connie was an active member of Beta Sigma Phi for over 30 years and enjoyed helping with many of their civic activities. She was especially fond of working the Beta Booth at the Western Montana Fair. After retirement, Connie was active in the Foster Grandparent program in the Polson elementary schools. She loved spending time with the children.

Connie is survived by her sons Richard (Karen), Randall (Kari) and Scott; grandchildren Jenifer (James) Layton, Jeremy, Rich (Candace), Brandi (Jeremy) DeGier, Craig (Heather), Jessica (Shane) Olson, Josh (Kari) Schoening, Tanner, Jarrett, Trent, Colter; and 15 great-grandchildren; brother, Victor Green, numerous cousins and friends.

Connie will be welcomed in heaven by her husband, Richard Wilson; her mother Lucille (Gust) Green; daughter Tamara Jones; great-grandchildren Norah Wilson and Camden Olson.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a celebration of Connie’s life will be held next summer. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be sent to the Norah Foundation; https://www.thenorahfoundation.org
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Judy Arledge

Posted at 06:15pm
Oh my, Connie and I shared years of bleacher time, cheering for our sons, Scott and Aarron on the football field ~ remembering happy times and shared stories about our families ~ thinking of you, Scott ~ your mother was a jewel, you have memories to treasure. Judy Arledge
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Morgan Ray

Posted at 09:20pm
I will never forget going over to Grandma Connie’s to make sour cream cookies. She showed me every single plant inside and outside of her house, and we went through scrapbooks for hours as we baked batches and batches of cookies. Sending love to all the Wilsons.❤️
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Karen Ekegren

Posted at 06:45pm
Jewel and I would like to send you our condolences. We both have fond memories of times we spent with Connie and Dick during fall football seasons at Big Sky. Karen Ekegren
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Candace Miller

Posted at 04:33pm
Sincere condolences to the Wilson family. I shared many memorable hours with Connie when caring for the triplets together. She was a lovely person. May she rest in peace. Candace Miller
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Mica Lindsey

Posted at 04:29pm
Scott and family, I am so very sorry to hear of Connies passing. She was one of the most kind women I ever met and was a joy to be around. I owe my deviled egg recipe to Connie!!! All my love to you, the boys and Kristen. 💜
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