Chloris Ladonna Conner Williams

January 13, 1920 ‒ April 22, 2012

Delaware, Ohio

Chloris “Cori” Ladonna Conner Williams, age 92 of Delaware passed away at home Sunday, April 22, 2012.
She was born on January 13, 1920 in Coshocton County to the late Forrest L. and Lola M. (Mohr) Conner. A graduate of Plainfield High School in 1939, she was a meticulous student. Cori was employed at the Lazarus Co., working as a checker, slip cover maker, pre-retail assistant, and import desk associate. A resident of Columbus the majority of her life, she moved to Delaware in 2005 to be near family.
Forever spiritual, she was a member of the North Broadway United Methodist Church and a former member of the O.E.S. Most loyal to every family member, she was honest and found the good in everyone. She was multi-generational and always found ways to be included in her family’s activities.
She was happiest outdoors, tending to her yard, lawn, and rose garden. She loved to read The Columbus Dispatch, even doing so to the very end. Though she did not have children of her own, Cori will be remembered for her love of children, as she was a mother to many.
In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by her husband William “Bill” in 1975, brothers: Kenneth and Carl (Sara) Conner, sisters: Helen (Eugene) Shroyer, Pearl (Clarence) Lahna, niece: Nancy (Conner) Forsyth, and nephew K. Richard “Dick” Shroyer.
Survived by sister-in-law: Sara (Tumblin) Conner Cox of Knoxville, TN, Nieces & Nephews: H. Carol (Shroyer) Duncan & Charles of Warsaw, Teresa (Jerry) Massey of Troy, Carol (Charles) Duncan of Warsaw, Cecil (Judy) Shroyer, Gary (Becky) Shroyer of Coshocton, Marlene (Joseph) Griffith all of Coshocton, Bobby (Rita) Conner of Barrington, IL, Marcia (Tom) Kring of Powell, TN, Larry (Cynthia) Conner, WI, beautician, help mate and niece: Kay Shroyer of Delaware;
Great and great-great nieces and nephews Diane Duncan (John) McCormick and their son Jeffrey; Daryl (Sally) Duncan and their children Neil, Drew, and Rachel; Chris (Pam) Shroyer and their daughter Shanna; Julie (Shroyer) Conkle and her children Brittany and Ryan; Kimberly L. Shroyer (Jack) Brown and their children Maddison and Nicholas; Scott Shoryer and his son Dustin; Sheri (Shroyer) Richessan and her children Beau, Cory, and Seth; Matt (Rachel) Shroyer and their children Logan and Landon; Kevin (Tammy) McClain and their children Austin, Brennan, and Colton; Adam (Toni) Griffith and their children Olivia and Alex; Michelle (Daryl) Neville and their children Grayson, Morgan and Jordan Livingston and Avery Neville; Maria (Eric) Haemmerle and their son Brayden; Tonee (Chris) Temple; Robert (Rita) Conner and their children Andrew, Michelle, Bobby, Joey. Tiffany Forsyth (Phil) Stack and their children Taylor, Meredith, Lindsey, Josh, and Eli, Carrie Forsyth (Chris) Bailey and their children Courtney, Ty, Maggie, and Lauren; Marcia Conner (Tom) Kring and their children Shawn (Kriston) Kring and their children Conner, Jordan, Shawn, and Sulley and Kristin Kring (Ben) Taylor and their children Bryson, Kalli, Neely, and Slade; Larry (Cindy) Conner and their children Amanda Conner and Monica Conner (Marco) Rodriguez; as well as many loved great-nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Friends may call 1-4 p.m. Friday and services will follow at 4:00 p.m. in the Rodman Neeper Funeral Home, 1510 W. William St. at Valleyside Dr., Delaware with Celebrant Don Lockwood officiating. Friends are then invited to join the family for food and fellowship in the funeral home community room following the services.
Memorial contributions can be made to The Council for Older Adults for the Alzheimer’s Assoc.
Condolences may be expressed at www.rodmanneeper.com