ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Vera Paris 68 years old , born on February 15, 1951 and passed away on March 13, 2019. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Sheila Gary on September 8, 2019
Shirley Richardson has sent you the following message from the memorial website dedicated to Vera Constance Paris:

Dear Conn,
We celebrated your life yesterday in Waterbury. You would have been proud of how much people loved you and valued your gifts. You cousin Quinn ministered to the audience by using the meaning of your name. Vera Constance means faith, truth and consistency. I wonder if you knew that. That is truly who you were in the natural. He said "everyone dies but not everyone lives". You lived a great creative life. You were a great leader and example to many people. Well my sister, I will see you again sometime later in the future. In the meantime enjoy your rest and peace with Jesus. Love and miss you so much.
Posted by Sheila Gary on March 20, 2019
My Sister- Aunt Con, your passing has left me with an un-welcomed empty space in my heart. It will take some time I know for me to stop calling you, and planning our trips . I want to hear your voice right now . I'll call you right now and I know you won't pick your cell. So, I listen to your messages you left me as if you just called me back. Thanks for leaving the messages, they will help my heart to heal. I love you and miss you always.  Thank you for being the Matriarch of the family which makes me love more.  Thank you for letting me be your first fashion model. Your clothing designs were 50yrs ahead of its time. Sheila

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Posted by Sheila Gary on September 8, 2019
Shirley Richardson has sent you the following message from the memorial website dedicated to Vera Constance Paris:

Dear Conn,
We celebrated your life yesterday in Waterbury. You would have been proud of how much people loved you and valued your gifts. You cousin Quinn ministered to the audience by using the meaning of your name. Vera Constance means faith, truth and consistency. I wonder if you knew that. That is truly who you were in the natural. He said "everyone dies but not everyone lives". You lived a great creative life. You were a great leader and example to many people. Well my sister, I will see you again sometime later in the future. In the meantime enjoy your rest and peace with Jesus. Love and miss you so much.
Posted by Sheila Gary on March 20, 2019
My Sister- Aunt Con, your passing has left me with an un-welcomed empty space in my heart. It will take some time I know for me to stop calling you, and planning our trips . I want to hear your voice right now . I'll call you right now and I know you won't pick your cell. So, I listen to your messages you left me as if you just called me back. Thanks for leaving the messages, they will help my heart to heal. I love you and miss you always.  Thank you for being the Matriarch of the family which makes me love more.  Thank you for letting me be your first fashion model. Your clothing designs were 50yrs ahead of its time. Sheila
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Aunt Conn

Shared by Sheila Gary on August 31, 2019
Word cannot express the lost presence, the missed conversations and the loud laughter that goes along with the death of a love one.I kept praying for a healing and a miracle. So my daughter came into my room and gave me the news with a gentle hug and soft words. Mom, Aunt Conn just passed- passed- passed is what I just heard her say. What did you say, without speaking a word to my daughter? Memories of when we were children flashed into my head, sharing the same bed, playing house and you letting me pay you ½ of my allowance for washing  my weeks dishes. You always made me feel special when you would create & design clothes for me to wear, made from your Singer sewing machine. I still have and can wear your latest designs you last made for me. Even as I became an adult, wearing those clothes to work gave me pride in being your first top model. Thank you for that moment in time. People at work would say Sheila, you always looked like you’re in a fashion show coming to work. All those wonderful pictures you have painted in my mind to cherish and the love I have for you will gives me peace of mine. I want to thank you my Sister Constance, for being my sister, my friend, and my support. Thank you for joining me and our brothers and your son, for recording the song, “Its Christmas”. In the song as an Angel you announced the star in the sky. Now, whenever and wherever I see a star, I will think of you my Sister as the Angel with a shining star. Give a hug to Mommy & Daddy, Queen and all our family and friends. I Bless your Sweet spirit, until we meet again, know that I will always love you.

Love For Ever,
Sheila


Waterbury Memorial for Constance

Shared by Sheila Gary on August 30, 2019
Aunt Conn, on August 31, 2019 your oldest Brother Aaron, Joe, family and friends will come together and celebrate your life with a memorial.  Lots of family and friends will be there.  I am so happy about this special day for you.  I love dearly.  Sheila