Constance Martinson

Constance Martinson

Saturday, March 18th, 1944 Monday, May 18th, 2020

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Obituary for Constance Louise Martinson

Obituary for Constance Louise Martinson
March 18, 1944 – May 18, 2020

Constance Louise Jacobs was born on March 18, 1944 in Sheridan, Wyoming. She was the second of five children. The family moved from Sheridan to Denver when she was 8 years old. She attended St. Dominic’s Catholic School and North High School in Denver, graduating in 1962.
She met Gary Martinson when she was 16 and they married on December 21, 1962. She and Gary had three children and were married almost 50 years.
She was preceded in death by her parents Ralph and Teckla Jacobs, her brothers Ralph Jacobs and Edward Jacobs, and her husband Gary Martinson. She is survived by her sisters Judy Steen and Marilyn Jacobs; her daughter Gina Doucett and son-in-law Joseph Doucett, her son Terry Martinson, and her daughter Cindy Thompson; her four grandsons-Caleb, Jacob, Roman, and Nathanail; her four great-grandchildren- Charles, Braden, Kyle, and Annabeth; as well as numerous brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, cousins, nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and many friends.

Throughout her life, Connie was a caregiver. She had a heart for anyone in need whether they were a small child or a senior citizen. Not only did she work as a school lunch lady, a school clinic aide, a home health aide, and an aide in an Alzheimer’s day program, but she and Gary moved into a duplex to be next door to her parents while she cared for each of them until their deaths.
She supported her husband through cancer treatment until his death in 2012. Connie also cared for her daughter, Cindy, after a major stroke in 2015. She did all this while experiencing chronic osteoarthritis pains and multiple health issues herself.
Connie will always be remembered for her kindness, generosity, and sense of humor. She welcomed friends and family into her home, making sure everyone had a meal, a cup of coffee, or a glass of iced tea. She was a good listener, gave wise advice, and was everyone’s cheerleader. She had a hug or a smile for anyone who needed one and she had a way of seeing the bright side of even the most dismal situation.
She taught religious education classes and served in the Altar and Rosary Society at St. Bernadette’s Catholic Church. She was an avid craftier, gardener, and reader. She enjoyed camping and traveling. Connie lived her faith and worked tirelessly to serve Jesus by helping others all her life.

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Denise Sheetz

I will miss my Grandma (Aunt) Connie so much. Love to go over to her house and she would have a pot of coffee ready for us. Love you bunches Aunt Connie
Comment | Posted at 10:02pm via Condolence

Kit Murray

Thoughts and prayers to the family. The loss of a parent is hard, but they are always with you in your heart!!
Comment | Posted at 07:11pm via Condolence

Anthony Thompson

My condolences may you rest in eternal peace. You were always so kind even when at times I didn't deserve it. You had a heart of gold. I'm sorry to see you leave this earth but I'm happy to know heaven gained an angel to look over all of us. You are gone but will never be forgotten. I will always have a place for you in my heart.
Comment | Posted at 01:40pm via Condolence

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