Condolences for Connie S. Majerus

John..... I’m so sorry to read of your dear Connie. Don’t know if you remember me John but you built our maintenance bldg here in Linden Park way back in 2008. My Deepest Sympathy to you and your family. I will donate to St. Jude’s in honor of your Connie. God Bless you.
From Dave Kampa

John, Sending condolences to you in the loss of your dear wife, Connie. May your memories sustain you in this great time of loss! Deb
From Deb Wilkening

We are both shocked and sad after hearing about the news about Connie! We hope that all of you will be okay with her fine memories of her.
From Tim & Malinda Blanchard

When our church finally gets on a regular schedule, and we have fellow ship in the dining room again, I'm going to miss having you at our table. When you joined the church, you were so happy that you did. We were all happy having you as a member. I'am sure pastor Banze made sure you went with God and is with him as I write this. No more sickness and pain. RIP Dear Friend I will truly miss you. ! Janet
From Janet Stearns

Jen and Beth: I'm so saddened by the heartbreaking loss of your mom. I know she fought hard to win against this disease and you fought just as hard with her and for her. Your fond memories of your time with her will get you through the coming days and weeks and I know you'll keep them in your hearts forever. My love to you both and my thoughts and prayers are with you.
From Kim Welscher

To the Connie Majerus Family, Gods Blessings to you All ! Deepest sympathies! I had the privilege of working with Connie at FedEx. I came to the Lacrosse station as a first time manager from South Dakota and although I was only at the Lacrosse station for a few years, I left with Amazing friendships! Connie being one of those!! She was one of the first to make me feel welcomed (even though I was a Vikings Fan)! Her calm, warm personality made her loved by her FedEx customers and peers! My first check ride with Connie on her BEAUTIFUL route through NW Iowa hills and trees I will never forget! I was amazed with the beauty! Connie, was blessed to have a piece of Gods painting to drive through daily! RIP Connie...and enjoy Your FOREVER DRIVE through Gods Paradise!! Love, Bryan Gaikowski Family Watertown SD
From Bryan Gaikowski

I hope you know how sorry I was to learn that Connie had passed. I first met her at Beth's bachelorette party, and I liked her immediately. Since that time, I learned more and more about what a warm, funny, gracious and loving woman she was, and how much she loved and supported her family. We were all blessed to know Connie. She will be missed.
From Lori Schaus