In Memory

Connie Hankey

Connie Elizabeth Hankey, 60, of Butler, passed away unexpectedly at her home on Saturday, November 16, 2013.
She was born February 14, 1953 in Butler, the daughter of Peggy (Ramsey) Hankey and the late Kenneth E. Hankey who died August 23, 2008.
Connie was a member of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, the Butler Elks #170 where she was a former Chairperson and the reunion committee for the Butler High School Class of 1971. She belonged to many different golf & bowling leagues, card clubs and Bunco clubs over the years where she made many friends that were near and dear to her heart. She had worked for Heckett Engineering, Wise Business Forms, Bacher Automotive and most recently for Butler Ambulance Service. Connie loved to read and most of all, spend time with her family and friends.
Surviving are her mother with whom she lived with, Peggy Hankey of Butler; a sister, Christine Scott and her husband, William of Butler; 2 nieces, Jennifer Jones and her husband, Curtis of Slippery Rock and Michelle Walker and her husband, Adam of Butler; a great niece, Kenna Jane Jones and 3 great nephews, Landon and Trenton Jones and Noah Walker; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends.

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12/15/13 09:05 PM #1    

Kathy Brandon (Rogerson)


    It will be hard to work on the next class reunion in 2016 without you, my dear, sweet Connie. You always had a smile on your face, a willingness to work and a laugh that would light up the room! I was truly blessed to have had the opportunity and privilege to work alongside you, reminiscing about our high school days!  May you rest in peace, dear friend <3     ~Kathy 

12/31/15 05:32 PM #2    

Karol Klotz (Reich)

I met Connie in junior high school. We had a lot of fun in the cafeteria before school started. We kind of lost touch in senior high school but I never forgot her smiling face and kindness towards others. Rest in peace Connie.

01/04/16 03:36 PM #3    

Bonnie (Bonita) Bacher (Martin)

Connie was a very dear friend who was always concerned with helping others. Her tales of white water rafting were enlightening.  She had an infectious laugh and a rather comical outlook on life in general.    I am so sorry we only saw that, and maybe not the pain inside she was harboring.  Rest in peace til we meet again. 

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