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Constance Wendt

August 1, 1933 — May 11, 2024

Lyman, SC

Brethren, we gather today to celebrate the homegoing of a cherished soul, Constance "Connie" Wendt, a beacon of love and faith who was called to her eternal rest on May 11, 2024. Born on the first day of August in the year of our Lord 1933, in the bustling city of Cleveland, Ohio, Connie's journey of 90 years was marked by the grace of the Almighty and the love she poured into the lives of those around her. 
 
Connie was a devoted wife, widowed from her beloved Robert Kenneth "Whitey" Wendt, and a loving mother to her children. Though her heart knew the pain of loss with the passing of her firstborn, William Edward Wendt, and her daughter, Karen May (Wendt) Perdue, her spirit never wavered. She found solace in the continued legacy of her family, including her son-in-law, daughter-in-law and her four grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren who brought her immeasurable joy. 
 
Her third child, Robert Edward Wendt, blessed her with granddaughters Autumn Marie (Wendt) Stone, who, along with her husband Stephen Stone, and three children gave her great-grandchildren to dote upon, and Ashley Nicole (Wendt) D'innocenzi and her husband Aaron D'innocenzi, whose own children continued to brighten Connie's days. Her youngest, Kenneth Edward "Kenny" Wendt.
 
Connie's professional life was as rich and varied as her personal one. She graced the halls of Parma Hospital and Beaches Hospital, both in Admitting, and lent her skills as a secretary at Gulf Life and a law firm. Her career culminated at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, where she served the elderly with compassion and dignity. 
 
Her service to the Lord was unwavering, as she took up the mantle of Church Deacon and later Elder, guiding her flock with a gentle hand and a steadfast heart. Connie's faith was the cornerstone of her existence, and she lived every day as a testament to the love of Christ. 
 
Connie's hands were rarely still, for her love of crafting was a sight to behold. Whether she was knitting, crocheting, stamping cards, or sewing, each creation was a labor of love that she joyously shared with all. But above all, her greatest delight was found in the laughter and embraces of her grandchildren, whom she loved with every fiber of her being. 
 
To describe Connie is to speak of love, for she was the embodiment of it. Her faith-filled spirit shone brightly, guiding her through life's trials and triumphs. Creative in her endeavors, she inspired those around her to embrace their own talents and passions. 
 
As we lay to rest our dear Connie in the gentle embrace of Lyman, South Carolina, let us not mourn, but rejoice. For she has been called to the Lord's side, where she will find peace and joy everlasting. Her memory will live on in the hearts of those she touched, a legacy of love that will never fade. 
 
So, let us lift our voices in praise for the life of Constance "Connie" Wendt, a woman of virtue, a servant of God, and a cherished soul. May she rest in the glorious light of the Lord, and may we find comfort in knowing that we will one day be reunited in the kingdom of Heaven. Amen. 
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