Obituary – Mrkobrada

CONNIE MRKOBRADA-MANN

Feb. 19, 1955 – Jan.15, 2019

~ Another Angel ~

Connie Mrkobrada-Mann (née Stewart) passed gently from this earth while at Huron Shores Hospice in Tiverton Park Manor.

Lovingly remembered by her husband Kim Mann; son Nick and his wife Christina; stepsons Ryan, Justin and Matt; her grandsons Logan and Grayson; her siblings Bill, Sam, John, Paul and Darlene, as well as by her family and friends.

Predeceased by her parents Eldon and Mary Stewart, siblings Sharon and Tricia, and nephews Kent and Kert.

Connie lived an active and vibrant life, leaving her mark on co-workers at Bruce Power as well as in her communities of Kincardine and Point Clark through her volunteer efforts with community gardens and the Navy League. She supported the Women’s House serving Bruce and Grey and was generally known for reaching out to anyone who needed anything, visiting people she knew were sick, and providing inspiration through her amazing spirit and positive attitude as a cancer warrior and supporting those at the cancer clinic in London.  She was constantly on the move with travel, golf, gardening and her dogs.

A casual celebration of life will be held at the Kincardine Pavilion from 2-6 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. Please honour Connie by wearing shades of purple from lilac to amethyst.

Memorial donations will be collected and accepted for a new rocking chair at Huron Shores Hospice as well as for Point Clark waterfront improvements.

 

~ She Designed a Life She Loved ~

Obituary – Mrkobrada was last modified: April 12th, 2019 by Dianna Martell

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  1. I was planning on visiting kincardine this summer and had plans to look up one of my favourite people from my past. I was devastated to find out Connie had passed away. She was my neighbour on Marmaduke St. In Toronto for many years. We spent a ton of time together back then. She was always so much fun to be around and we’d laugh till we peed lol. I’m hearbroken that I missed the chance to reconnect. I can imagine how much you all miss her. She was one in a million. My condolences to all

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