Constance PENNER

Constance PENNER

PENNER Constance. April 3, 1922 ~ March 21, 2013. After helping raise her six younger siblings in the coal mining and textile area of Yorkshire, England, Connie spent the six war years as a member of the British Army, working in Allied hospitals in France, Belgium, and Germany. She came to Canada in 1946 as a war bride, setting up home in Vancouver. Connie retired to Mission in 1982, spending happy days with family and volunteering with the Hospital Auxilliary. Predeceased by first husband Alick Hammond, she is survived in Mission by her loving husband of almost 47 years Ed Penner, son Barry (Gillian), granddaughter Kayte, great-granddaughter Emma, and niece Carol of Chilliwack. Special thanks to Dr. C. Neville and the staff of ARHCC and to the residents and staff of Carrington House for their friendship and support. No flowers by request but warm thoughts are always appreciated.


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