January 21, 2018

Constance L. Stacey

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Constance L. Stacey, formerly of Norfolk, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her adoring family, on Jan. 4, 2018. She was the beloved wife of Leonard Stacey to whom she was wed on April 4, 1945 and the mother of the late Constance M. Stacey and Wanda L. Stacey.

Born in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island on April 7, 1926, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Mary Cormier. Connie grew up and was educated in P.E.I.

After marrying Leonard in Canada, the couple moved to Allston, MA and then later to Norfolk.

She was a retired bus driver and prior to retiring had worked for the Kendall Co.

She was a dedicated mother and wife and was involved with the local school department, scouts and many civic organizations.

Connie’s family was her first priority and the focal point of her life. Her hobbies included bowling, sewing, poetry, cooking, listening to country music, riding her motorcycle, gardening, reading, and most of all, camping. Her loving extended family of the Fox’s Den, Jolly Fox Campers and the Sam’s Club members gave her great joy during their camping adventures.

She is survived by her devoted daughter Wanda Hanson and her husband Alan Hanson whom Connie lived with for the last 27 years in Rehoboth. She is also survived by her cherished granddaughter Christa Spremulli, as well as many step-grandchildren and great grandchildren.

A celebration of her life and burial at the Norfolk Cemetery in Norfolk will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, at 10 a.m., at Mount Carmel Church, 984 Taunton Ave. in Seekonk, MA 02771.

In lieu of flowers, Connie’s family has requested that donations in her memory be made to: Halo’s Wish c/o Mass Good Sam attention: Joe Cavossa, 149 Hartford Ave., East Mendon, MA 01756.

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