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Mildred A Connatser
May 14, 1930 - April 12, 2022
Obituary For Mildred A Connatser
Mildred Ann (Ramos) Connatser passed away peacefully, Tuesday, April 12, 2022, in the comfortable surroundings of the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers, MA, with her children by her side.
Mildred was born in Cambridge, MA. on May 14, 1930, one of four children of the late Louis and Isabel Ramos. She was the beloved wife of the late, W.M. Connatser, with whom she had been married 73 years.
Millie had a passion for life, and after her retirement from TRW (formerly United Carr Fastener) in 1985, she remained busy as a member of the Lynnfield Senior Center. She loved to travel and enjoyed many cruises and 27 trips to Disney World with her grandchildren. When she wasn’t traveling, playing Bingo was one of her favorite pastimes. She was a generous soul and would never miss an opportunity to help someone in need.
Millie is survived by her children, Sharon McEwen and her husband Steve of Hudson NH, James Connatser and his wife Michelle of Salisbury, MA, William Connatser and his wife Mary of Oakwood, GA, and Wayne Connatser of W. Peabody, MA, 11 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and 2 great-great children. She is predeceased by her siblings, Albert Ramos, Robert Ramos and Carol Follett.
Visitation will be held April 18, 2022, from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM, at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St, Peabody, MA. 01960, with a memorial service immediately following at 11:30 AM.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lynnfield Senior Center, 525 Salem St, Lynnfield, MA 01940.
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Millie was always so full of life. She loved to laugh,eat and travel. My favorite memory would be the Not so Newlywed game on one of the cruises. My prayers are with the family.
I want to express my sympathy to Sharon and all the family on the passage of her mom. It is always sad when a mom passes, but her memories will bring many smiles in the future. Mike Kravchuk
Millie was the heart and soul of the Lynnfield Senior Center. She was the first to greet a new person, taking them under her wing as soon as they came through our doors. She saw the good in everyone. I couldn't wait to see her smile every day, enjoy a laugh and a hug and just be happy to be around her. She will be missed by all who knew her. Linda N.
Aunt Millie was a wonderful Aunt to me . I always loved spending a week at her house as a teenager. She taught me how to to make linguine and clam sauce and other special dishes. I loved to hear her laugh, I will always cherish the memories of her , she had such a big heart and family was everything to her . I'll see you in heaven some day aunt Millie Love , Doreen
Aunt Millie was my favorite aunt growing up. Our families were always getting together during the early years. She was always smiling and I always remember her driving up to my parents house in her black Tbird. It had this whistle when it moved you knew it was coming. She will be missed my heart goes out to my cousins Sharon, Jimmy, Billy and Wayne. She will be sitting around the table in heaven with my dad , my wife Cindy , and uncle Bill having coffee. God keep her safe
Millie was truly a wonderful cousin with a big heart, she was there for everyone who needed a hand in any way. She will surely be missed by everyone who knew her. God love: and have a safe journey, hope we meet again. Love always, your cousin George Palhete.
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