Connie Lee Walker (Tucker)
(1944 - 2009)

Connie Lee Walker (Tucker)

West Virginia, United States of America
May 25, 1944

March 27, 2009

We love and miss you so much...the only thing that gets me through this is knowing that you are no longer in pain. There is not a day that goes by that I do not want to pick up the phone and call you and tell you all about the loved to hear everything that they were were so proud of them. Megan and Macie miss their Mamaw Connie calling them "pumkin" and telling them not to get their haircut...I am sure that you are smiling down at them right now because both of them are letting their hair grow long. I love you Mom...You will live in our hearts forever.

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Mom, I miss you so much! I so wish that you were here. So much has happened since you have been gone. Megan and Macie have grown so much and turned into beautiful, smart and caring young ladies. You would be so proud of them and would absolutely love their hair as they have both let it grow very long!

Christmas is just a couple of days away and I am feeling so lost this year without you. I miss you mom and love you so very much!!! Wish you were here!!!
Beth (Daughter)
December 22nd, 2013
thoughts of you this holiday season, connie. peace be with you and may your love shine down on the princesses christmas morning.
December 22nd, 2013
Miss you mom. Life just isn't the same, in so many ways. As strained as our relationship may have been, you were like the glue that held everyone together. After you were gone...after that evening seeing you on the couch, lifeless, suddenly all the mental preparing for that day meant nothing...there was my mother...for all intents and purposes my best friend...gone. Never felt more alone in the world yet surrounded by people. Really needed you here to be my strength as the girls got older and times got tougher...but it was not to be. I do love you, and I think and hope you knew it.
Brian Walker (Son)
February 27th, 2012
I remember our last visit to you was on March 25, after Abbey had her 6 month checkup. We stopped by with the girls' to spend some time with you, and also Ken. You would always say how Abbey didn't like you, and was afraid of you, but that very day was when she smiled at you real big from across the room. I remember seeing how happy it made you to see her smile at you after all that time. I know she was too young to remember you, but we believe Brianna will always remember her Mamaw and we have pictures to show her and Abigail, to be sure they never forget. One thing that warms Ken's heart is knowing that the pink laughing baby doll you got for Brianna, she actually calls it her "mamaw doll" and remember just who gave it to her. She used to remember that she had left it at your house when we had gotten home...when you ask her about you, she tells you that her Mamaw went to live with God, and had to take a rest. She always remembers that, and I try to make sure that she never, ever forget who you are, and that they never forget just how much you love them and would have done anything for them. I only wish you could see them now, you would be so proud and shocked at how beautiful and smart they have become since your passing....
Kristyn Goodell (daughter in-law (pretty m)
October 31st, 2009
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Beth Vickers
October 31st, 2009
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"The girls are turning 13 in a couple of weeks and I just can't believe that you won't be here for always joked with me about having 2 teenage girls. It is just not the same without you here...I love and miss you more each day."
Beth Vickers
January 29th, 2010
"Wish I had the chance to talk to you again. I will always have the memories of our past,our secrets. love you and miss you. Debbie Kay"
Debbie cantrell
January 28th, 2010
"Still missing you! I just really wish you were here to see how big all the girls have gotten. They had their first sleep over with Aunt Beffy, Megan & Macie not too long ago. Brianna mentions you often and when we look up at the stars in the sky, we "
Kris Goodell
January 19th, 2010
"I love you Mom!"
Beth Vickers
October 31st, 2009
"Wishing you were still here with sure would be amazed at how big the girls have gotten...and Beth's girls as well. Not a day goes by that Ken doesn't talk about how much he misses you and wishes you could be here with us, we miss you. x"
Kristyn Goodell
October 31st, 2009

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