Connie Marie Kline obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Connie Marie Kline

October 8, 1970 - June 8, 2017

Obituary


Connie Marie Kline was born at 7:19am on Thursday, October 8th 1970 in Denver Colorado. She spent her childhood as a typical child would, except when she modeled for Montgomery Ward catalog. She married David Kline on November 17th, 1995 and they had 2 wonderful children, Sean and Andrew. She worked numerous jobs over her life, child model, beautician, travel agent, but nothing was more important and satisfying to her than the job of mother to her 2 boys. She is preceded in death by hundreds of family members who are too numerous to mention....

Connie Marie Kline was born at 7:19am on Thursday, October 8th 1970 in Denver Colorado. She spent her childhood as a typical child would, except when she modeled for Montgomery Ward catalog. She married David Kline on November 17th, 1995 and they had 2 wonderful children, Sean and Andrew. She worked numerous jobs over her life, child model, beautician, travel agent, but nothing was more important and satisfying to her than the job of mother to her 2 boys. She is preceded in death by hundreds of family members who are too numerous to mention. They will all be waiting with open arms when Connie crosses into Heaven's Gate.
She is survived by her husband, David, her two sons, Sean and Andrew, her mother, Judy, her brother Steven and his family, as well as her sister Cynthia, and her family, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
When she first got sick with cancer, she gave it a half hour of grieving time, dried her eyes, looked at her rosary and said, "God, you brought me to it, now let's get through this together." No one ever saw her sad or pity herself. She faced each day with a smile and made the most of it. No matter how bad she felt, she would never tell you. She didn't like the attention or sympathy. She was a regular person living a regular life. When someone would give her "those eyes" that said (how are you really-poor pitiful you.) She cringed. She never did like attention. After fighting for 6 years, receiving 2 stem cell transplants and countless chemo treatments she always smiled and laughed. Life is a party; enjoy it while you can, was her attitude.
Once all of her options were gone, she faced that head on also. She knew there was nothing left to do. She embraced that decision, told everyone about her funeral, what she wanted, what she didn't want. Planned every last detail. If you know Connie, you know she was a control freak. This is from her, for her and her gift to you. Don't be sad, celebrate the life she had, and how she touched you. Smile. She is.


Service to be held at Holy Trinity Church on Friday June 23rd, Rosary at 10:00 AM followed by a full Catholic mass.
The family asks that you stay following Connie's services, as there will be a social gathering held.