Connie was born on January 1, 1932 in Sonora, California to her adoring parents Paul and bertha Alexander.
She spent her childhood in the Sonora and Northern California areas. Gowing up Connie loved fishing, hunting, and learning how to fly and airplane with her father. The two of them shared a very special bond.
Her early adulthood took her to Lake Tahoe where she worked as a 21 dealer for several years. Having impeccable taste in style and clothing, she eventually opened her own store in Carson City, named The Foxy Lady.
Her love of travel and adventure took her all over the world, spending a considerable amount of time in Mexico and Southern California. Throughout her life her love of fishing continued. She also loved to play golf and belonged to several golfing groups. Another passion Connie had was service to others. Belonging to Rotary, Red Hat Society, and most recently the Crystal Angels she loved to get together with her friends and make contributions to her community.
Connie is preceded in death by her father Paul, mother Bertha, and daughter Mashelle.
She is survived by her son Butch (Darlene), 6 grandchildren, over a dozen great grandchildren and a handful of great great grandchildren.
A celebration of life will be held at St Gall Catholic Church in Gardnerville on April 21, 2023 at 12:30pm with a pot luck reception following.