Connie Markle

13-Mar-1952 - 06-Dec-2018

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Posted by Deanna Davies | 15-Dec-2018

Our sincerest condolences to Paul, family and friends. I had the honour of traveling and working with Connie for many years. Her genuine soul filled a room, a smile that warmed your heart and a squeezie hug that shared her positive energy with all. She will be dearly missed. Hugs to you my dear friend. What a beautiful photo video to share her memory. With Love and Prayers. Deanna, Don and family.

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Posted by Christine Paul | 15-Dec-2018

Connie was a light. I worked with her at the hotel and she was such a wonderful, positive person. I enjoyed her warmth and they way she just made you feel like a part of her family. Heartfelt condolences to Paul, Christy, Andrew and their families.

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Posted by Kristen Macdonald | 12-Dec-2018

I worked with Connie many years ago in Tourism. I had the pleasure of traveling to Salt Lake City and Texas with her to events. She was a great mentor. Thinking of you all.

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Posted by michele badour | 11-Dec-2018

Dear Paul, Christie, Andrew and families.

We are extremely saddened to hear of Connie's passing and wish to extend to you our heart -felt condolences. We were your across-the-street neighbors on Montgomery Blvd. This was many years ago but memories of Connie and your lovely family remain in our hearts.

With Sympathy,
The Badour Family

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Posted by Heather Gregg | 11-Dec-2018

This news is truly too sad for words. I love the photo, it is how I'll always remember her and her huge, happy heart. I'm so very thankful for all the moments and memories. Heartfelt sympathy to Paul and family, xo H

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Posted by Elaine & Jeff Carroll | 11-Dec-2018

To Paul, Christie and Andrew, Jeff and I worked with Connie at the Holiday Inn years ago (late 70's) when she was "W.R's" admin assistant. Although we haven't seen her in years, she's always at the top of our memories when we drag out the old photo's of those days. She had the best laugh and was always smiling..she talked often about Christie and Andrew and was a very proud mom. I remember how hard she looked for a cabbage patch kid one year when they were so popular (she snagged one I think). We offer you our sincere condolences and hope that the many memories you all share will help you through this very tough time.

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Posted by Deb Mitchell (Oke) | 10-Dec-2018

I'll remember her smile and those days on Tennant Ave. My sincere condolences to Paul, Christie, Andrew and the whole Marino family.

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Posted by Linda Drew | 10-Dec-2018

Paul I want to express my sympathy and let you know that my thoughts are with you and your family. My condolences.

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Posted by Marilyn CASSELMAN | 10-Dec-2018

Paul, Christie and Andrew and families. There are just no words to express my feelings of the loss of Connie in our world. She has been a wonderful and loyal friend, leaving me with decades of great memories. RIP good friend, I will miss you every single day.

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Posted by Bryan Mercer | 09-Dec-2018

Dear Paul, Christie and Andrew:

My sincere thoughts are with you all through this difficult journey. I enjoyed many years working with Connie in the Kingston tourism industry, sharing loads laughs and the odd glass of wine! She loved what she did and was great at it. Always a warm and inviting spirit no matter when or where you met up with her. Too soon to loose such a kind friend. Keep all your best memories close.

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