Constance J. (Connie) Cundari

Constance J. (Connie) Cundari, 65, Henderson, NV, formerly of Stevens Point, WI, passed away peacefully on April 1, 2018, at her home.

Connie was born on May 8, 1952 in South Carolina, to Jerome and Betty Jean Borski.  She attended local schools in Stevens Point and was a 1970 graduate of P.J. Jacobs High School. She was united in marriage to Chuck Cundari on June 10, 1972.

Connie is survived by her loving and devoted husband, Chuck, (Henderson, NV), her children, Jennifer (Bryan) O’Haver, (Lake Orion, MI), and Jessica Cundari, (Henderson, NV).  She is also survived by three grandchildren, Keileigh and McKaylah O’Haver, (Lake Orion, MI),  and Charlie Patrick Cundari, (Henderson, NV), her father, Jerome “Purp” Borski Sr., sister, Deb Maslowski (Lois Precourt), and brothers Jerry (Barb) Borski Jr., and Alan (Kim) Borski, (Stevens Point, WI).  She was preceded in death by her mother Betty Jean and sister Karen Rybarczyk.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

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  • You are my everything, my confidont, my support, the light during my darkest hours, my son’s best friend and world of Spiritual togetherness, we are bonded by your passion for life, music, art, humor, compassion, strength, and love of everything unknown to learn.

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  • I’ll miss you Connie, your smile, your sense of humor, your sense of adventure, and the love you had for your family. I hope we meet again, until then say hi to my parents.❤️

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  • After God removes wickedness and suffering, the earth will be transformed into a paradise. Then people will be able to live forever in perfect health and happiness. God’s Word foretells: “[God] will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.”—Revelation 21:4.
    In that new world, even dead ones will be brought back to life to share in those blessings: “There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) That is why Jesus Christ could tell a repentant evildoer who expressed faith in him: “You will be with me in Paradise.”—Luke 23:43.
    I hope these thoughts provide some comfort during this difficult time.

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