Connie M. Snortum
June 24, 1945 - October 12, 2010
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Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map
Saturday 10/16, 12:00 pm
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Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map
Saturday 10/16, 3:00 pm

Snortum, Connie M. (Schroeder) Appleton Age 65, passed away unexpectedly at home on Tuesday, October 12, 2010. She was born in Waupaca on June 24, 1945 the daughter of the late Edwin and Rena (Brooks) Schroeder. On May 7, 1966 she married her husband of 44 years, Gary Snortum. Connie was a hairdresser for many…

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Jerry & Linda (Ziebell) Cummings left a message on October 23, 2010:
We are thinking of you and pray that God will bless you with many treasured memories. Connie was a special classmate and glad to have had her in my life in high school. Sincerely, Linda (Ziebell) and Jerry Cummings
Barbara Caldwell Vaught left a message on October 21, 2010:
Connie was in my class of 1963 and was such a sweet and caring person. She will certainly be missed by many. Cherish the wonderful memories you have of her. God Bless your family.
Kathy (Doyle) Eaton left a message on October 20, 2010:
Connie was a fun loving, cheerful and caring member of our Waupaca High School Class of 1963. We enjoyed home economics classes and FHA activities together among other things. I'm sorry that we never kept in contact after graduation, but am not surprised that she has raised a wonderful family and been a loving grandmother, mother and wife to all of you. May God comfort you at this time and reward her with eternal happiness.
Sharon (Winske) Goetsch left a message on October 20, 2010:
My prayers are with you and your family at this sad time.
Paul J. Doyle left a message on October 20, 2010:
Gary & Family, So sorry for the loss of your Connie. She was a classmate through our years together at Guards Corner School and was very helpful in getting myself and others to the next level. She was so well thought of and respected way back then. May your many fond memories carry you all through this very difficult time. God bless you all.
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Paul J. Doyle left a message on October 20, 2010:
Gary & Family, So sorry for the loss of your Connie. She was a classmate through our years together at Guards Corner School and was very helpful in getting myself and others to the next level. She was so well thought of and respected way back then. May your many fond memories carry you all through this very difficult time. God bless you all.
Nancy Zuleger left a message on October 15, 2010:
Connie was the best neighbor anyone could have ever asked for. She always had a smile and her sense of humor always cracked me up.I know she enjoyed that. She was one of the stongest women I've known, facing whatever came her way. Her bravery in living with COPD was an inspiration to me. I never saw it get her down. She accepted it and went on with her life doing everything she could. We spent many mornings chatting over the clothesline so many years ago when our children were still young. I also got to see the love and enjoyment she had for her grandchildren. She was such a good grandma. Connie was not only my neighbor for 29 years, she was also a dear friend. God bless you Connie and all who were near and dear to you.
chris cook left a message on October 15, 2010:
your mother obviously enjoyed life and has passed that on to you. you can keep the light alive every time you let yourself enjoy something good. hy heart hurts with yours.
Bob & Lynn Abitz left a message on October 14, 2010:
Dear Gary & family, We were so sorry to hear about Connie's passing. Doris called Wednesday night to let us know. We hope to attend the funeral Saturday. We know Connie loved the Lord and she is now experiencing the glory of being in His presence. We remember when we started attending Fox River in 1981 at the old church on Meade Street, that Connie was active in children's ministries and often took care of our baby daughter, Sandy. Then your daughter, Vickie, was in our Primary Sunday School class. Good memories! God bless all of you through this sad time.
nina michelle left a message on October 14, 2010:
may the love of family and friends surround you all during this time. sending my love from boise. nina
Amanda Sasser English left a message on October 14, 2010:
I did not have the pleasure of meeting Connie in "real life" but she was always a riot on facebook. I always loved her comments and thought she was a champion in the way she faught to lose weight. She has touched more lives than anyone will ever know, this side of eternity. I pray for the family as you all try to move forward. Memories are forever.
Natalie Deshow left a message on October 14, 2010:
I was an online friend of Connie's and was very sad to hear of her passing. She was much too young to leave us and I could tell from her emails that she was full of life and energy. It sounded like she loved her children and grandchildren very much and I'm sure this is a terrible loss for all of them. She was sweet and kind to me and gave me hope and I was lucky that she took the time to befriend me and encourage me. She gave me good advice and I will never forget her kind words. I will truly miss her.
Carol left a message on October 14, 2010:
My family's heartfelt thoughts are with the Snortums at this difficult time. Carol Snider (Online friend of Christina's)
Pam left a message on October 14, 2010:
I had just joined the Wednesday group and was very inspired by Connie's story. So sorry for your loss.
Larry Hoeft left a message on October 13, 2010:
My Dear Aunt, You are visiting the Lord too soon. With your grandchildren and retirement just started we will all miss you and miss your cheery smile. You now in Heavens Facebook. God bless.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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