1977 - 2017

Love for Connie

Please share your thoughts and memories and join us in celebrating the life and legacy of our most beloved sister.

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Thank You

Thank you for your kind words for my sister, my family will cherish this wall. Please excuse my frankness at this time, but I'm compelled by Connie's wishes. She wanted me to to remind you that words don’t weigh as much as money for research, and as much as we hate it, cash is what our scientists need to keep our families healthy.

Cancer must be vanquished and I’m asking for your help on behalf of my sister. No amount is too small.

I remain, though now in her shadow, very truly yours, xsammy

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Connie's Wall of Love

Lisa Warren

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My baby sister turns 42 next week. She is facing the end of her life with breast cancer now in her bones, liver, lungs and brain. Every moment I have left is a moment I treasure. I want to scream, I often cry and when I am with her I…

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Elaine

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This time last year I shared your beautiful words about your sister Connie to my friends on FB , today it came into the memory notification and I read it again I just wanted to let you know , my thoughts are with you again this year 😉

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Aliesha

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One year on.. after you were torn from this place.. your legacy still lives on.. it’s still burning bright Con ❤ Your Bro & Sis are doing you proud ❤Still in the heart of the nation❤

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Robyn

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One year. Your name, your legend, your bravery , your heart and your smile lives on in the hearts of so many. I wear my Connie cotton socks, Sammy seal socks and lys socks with pride every week. RIP knowing your work is continuing and we will kick cancers arse…

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Jacqueline Denning

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My memory of you Connie will never fade. Although I only met you Hilde and Sam once at nans 60th. You all came across as happy, loving and fun people. What you achieved during not only your lifetime, but a time where most people would withdraw a little to cope….

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Eileen Dineen Marples

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Cancer is ugly and so destructive. It leaves a path of pain and disaster. I want to try share your loss. Many friends and family members including my dad have passed away from cancer. A few have survived but the amounts in minuscule.

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Anne

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I didn’t know you but I was inspired by your guts, determination and spirit. My condolences to your loved ones Connie. They will never doubt the impact you had on so many who never knew you and that you were loved by those same people.

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Lynda Ward

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Preparing for a sob fest after getting The Stick today and seeing that you’re one of the writers Connie. Checking my boob’s tonight. Wish the cancer cure had been found in time to save you.

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Cheryl

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You Connie beautiful lady do wished I had sister like you you are star and legend for what you and Samuel achieved and money you raised you will be forever in your family’s and friends hearts you will never be forgotten always be admired for you courage and strength and…

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Renee

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What an incredible and brave woman Connie was. And the legacy she has left – amazing! I loved her spirit. She always found the positives in shitty situations. Reading her book in 2015 when I was fighting a rare and aggressive cancer, helped me focus and beat the crap out…

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Annette

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All of the superlatives have already been used, to describe Connie’s bravery and determination. So my tribute, was having a prayer said for her, in the sacred St Edward’s Shrine at Westminster Abbey shortly after her passing. She’s being looked after now.

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Debbie

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Never forgotten. I check in every day for word from your beautiful bro. Just to make sure he is doing ok. Thank you both for sharing your lives with all of us. Rest easy now, your work is done, we’ve got it from here

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Sue McSweeney

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It’s taken me a whole month to get the courage to leave a message. What do you say? How can such a beautiful sparkle be gone. The world lost a treasure and I lost my inspiration. Thank you Connie for being that for me. My grandmother was a Connie and…

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