Connie L. Day

January 22, 1943 ‒ March 25, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Connie L. Day, 75, of Mount Vernon passed away Sunday morning, March 25, 2018 at her home. She was born January 22, 1943 in Mount Vernon to the late Robert and Laverne (Clemens) Graham.

Connie was an accomplished artist having done many glass etchings for Siegfried and Roy and a large mural at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas and she designed the logo for the Faith Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon. She retired from Cooper Energy Services with over 25 years of services.  Connie was a member of the Faith Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon, the ladies golf league at Hiawatha Golf Course and the Red Hat Society.

Connie is survived by her brothers, Craig (Jane) Graham of Helendale, CA and Mike Graham of Mount Vernon; niece, Courtney Grimes of Mount Vernon; and her great nephews, CJ and Chad Grimes of Mount Vernon.

A memorial service celebrating the life of Connie will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at the Faith Lutheran Church, 170 Mansfield Ave., Mount Vernon.  Pastor Mark Wildermuth will be officiating

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The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Connie L. Day.

 

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  • We will miss having Connie in our circle of seniors at The Station Break. She was an avid reader, and was in our book club. She also made beautiful bows for party decorations, and we still have her bows from Christmas. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to her family and friends.

  • Connie was my neighbor and friend when I lived on Hamtramck St. I remember her fantastic drawings from Art class. She was also a great skater. We got together for dinner several years ago when I was living in Henderson, Nevada and talked about how strange it was for two girls who lived on the same street to both end up in Nevada. We had so much fun that evening reminiscing. That was the last time I saw Connie.

    Sending my deepest sympathy. She loved her family so much.

    Nora Caley Bross

  • Mike,

    I am so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. I met her when I went to a funeral for a friend of hers. I also remember her from school.

    I know how difficult it is to lose siblings as I lost two sisters. Please know that you are in our prayers.

    Your classmate, Vickie and husband Jim Young

  • Mike, Craig and family,
    I am so, so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing! I didn’t even know she was sick. In fact, I was thinking about calling her just the other day to let her know of our next family get-together. I am sending my thoughts and prayers to all of you during this difficult time! My love to all.

  • Mike, Craig and family,

    I am very sad to hear of Connie’s passing. My deepest sympathy and prayers for all of you who loved her and were so much a part of her life. I last saw Connie a few years ago while visiting Mt Vernon. Our cousin Linda (Graham) Clutter set all of us up for a nice luncheon — and it was very nice to catch up on all the years we’ve been apart.

    May God be with you as you go through the process of the loss of your dear sister.
    The world is a lesser place of joy with her departure.

    Cousin Bruce Alexander