Our cherished nana, mom, sister, aunt, and friend, Connie Crow, passed on April 3, 2022, after an admirable battle with cancer. Connie was 72 and was surrounded by loving family members when she passed. Connie's life felt too short for many, but those of us who knew her understand that her existence and the imprint she left on our hearts exceed the quantity of time that she stayed here.
Connie was born to Rachael and Larry Collins on August 11, 1949, in Thermopolis, Wyoming. While growing up in Thermopolis, she worked at the roller-skating rink and loved roller skating, she also enjoyed playing clarinet in the band, and found a passion for home economics. After graduating from Hot Springs County High School in 1967, she moved to Casper where Connie attended Casper College. In 1972, Connie and her daughter, Shauna, moved to Cheyenne.
Connie was an avid volunteer and dedicated member of several organizations including STRIDE, United Way, Red Cross, Family Promise, and more. Some of her proudest achievements included helping facilitate the foundation and creation of the Lenten Fund at Highlands Presbyterian Church and the annual Silent Auction for STRIDE. However, of all the titles she held, her favorite was Nana.
While this is the end of Connie's physical life on Earth, it's the beginning of an eternal and beautiful journey for her. She is survived by many loving family members, including her daughter, Shauna Titus, son-in-law, Matthew Titus, and grandchildren, Courtney, Morgan, and Rylee Titus.
Services will be held at Highlands Presbyterian Church (2390 Pattison Ave) in Cheyenne on April 16, 2022, at 11:00 AM officiated by Rodger McDaniel followed by a reception. In lieu of flowers, please consider contributing to the Lenten Fund in care of the Highlands Presbyterian Church. You may also mail donation to Highlands Presbyterian, 2390 Pattison Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82001.
"Blessed are those who morn, for they will be comforted." Matthew 5:4