Connie Stewart

Connie Louise Stewart (DeCriscio)

Saturday, March 18th, 1961 - Friday, November 29th, 2019
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Connie Louise Stewart

March 18, 1961 - Nov. 29, 2019

Connie Lousie Stewart, 58, Martinsburg, WV passed away on Friday in her home unexpectedly.

Born in Hanau, Germany, She was the daughter of the late Vito Anthony DeCriscio Jr. and Patricia Louise (Hand) DeCriscio. On February 26, 1999 she married her husband Robert Dale Stewart.

Along with her loving husband, she is survived by her son James Paul DeCriscio, wife Elizabeth; 2 daughters, Leigha Erin Moore, husband Michael and Leisha Rae Stewart; 7 grandchildren: Hannah, Keaton, Kiara, Derek, Harlei, Mia and Lincoln; Aunt Ruth Good.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Tony DeCriscio; 2 uncles, Charles Good and Richard Hand; nephew Richard DeCriscio; niece, Christina DeCriscio; mother-in-law, Jean Reese; brother-in-law, Chuckie Reese; sister-in-law Theresa DeCriscio; as well as her beloved dog, Sassy.

She loved spending time with family, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed flying with her father and cooking with her mother. Scrapbooking, sewing and shopping the local yard sales were also some of her favorite things to do. Connie loved helping veterans and doing everything she could to make sure they were taken care of. Shopping trips with Aunt Ruthie always made for great memories.

She was a member of the ROTC and was employed with the Department of Veteran Affairs.

Friends will be received from 10am until noon on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at The Good Funeral Home Inc, Alto Reste Park. A funeral service will take place at Noon. Interment will be at Alto Reste Park.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Connie’s name may be made to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 | 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 10:00am - 12:00pm
    The Good Funeral Home, Inc.
    108 Alto Reste Park
    ALTOONA, PA 16601
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  • Service

    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 | 12:00pm
    Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 12:00pm
    The Good Funeral Home, Inc.
    108 Alto Reste Park
    ALTOONA, PA 16601
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Pastor John Godissart
  • Interment

    Alto-Reste Park
    109 Alto-Reste Park
    ALTOONA, PA 16601
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Beth DeCriscio

Posted at 11:06am
Oh gosh Connie I just want to call so I can vent, or wish I could just hear your voice again. Aunt Ruth Gave me the honor of sharing the broken angel wing story. It was beautiful. Amy made me a few Christmas in heaven displays and little did I know there was one with a broken chair and she could not fix it. I have now named that our broken chair as our broken Angel wing story in honor of your memory. Just wanted to share with you...
Love you Connie. Until we meet again.

Beth DeCriscio

Posted at 11:00am
Well I have to continue here I guess, I just wanted to let you know I will cherish all our memories, fun times (Ft Drum - wanna make 40.00? Altoona- High beams lol. You will know. Your grand babies miss you and Jim is having such a hard time with it all.

Elizabeth DeCriscio

Posted at 04:09pm
Dear Mother in Law, so many things i should have said when you were alive and now i don't have that gift anymore, you were a blessing to My children and I you and the whole family welcomed us with open arms and loved us no matter what, We had our times as DIL and MIL but we were so quick to apologize and move on from it. You were an incredible Mom, Mother in Law, Mimi

Josephine Evans

Posted at 05:06pm
It was a privilege to serve our nations veterans alongside Connie. She brought humor and always talked about her family. She received several positive feedbacks from the veterans who called into our call center. Connie had a huge heart and she will be greatly missed.

Kim Wilson

Posted at 08:09am
We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Connie; We were so glad to have her here in the Care in the Community Department at the VAMC. She was a very hard worker and valuable member of our team. She embraced the mission to serve those who have served. Although we only had her for a short time, she will be greatly missed. Our condolences to the family. .... Kim Wilson, Chief of Care in the Community at the Martinsburg VAMC.

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