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Connie Aaron

Connie Aaron

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Obituary

Connie Lee Aaron, at 69, of Leavenworth, KS passed on April 6, 2021 due to
surgery-related complications. Services will be conducted at a later date in Kansas and
Montana.
Born on February 21, 1952 in Livingston, Montana, Connie was truly a Montana girl,
even though she did not live there most of her adult life. Her love for Montana was
contagious and lives on in her loving husband of 33 years Richard Aaron, her daughter
Allison Marie Hayes (Darryl Hayes), and her sons Charles Alan Phillips and Lee
Alexander Phillips (Michelle Phillips) of Leavenworth, Kansas. Lee preceded her in
death on April 30, 2016 at age 37. She also was preceded in death by her parents
Murray and Alice Townsend of Acton, Montana; Richard’s parents, Bernard and
Georgianna Rogan of Leavenworth, Kansas; her former mother-in-law, Cathy Phillips;
her aunts and uncles, Wayne and Helen Fuller and Bob and Wanda Melin; her grandma
Lucy; her cousins, Frank and Evie Richardson and Jimmy Melin, and her first husband,
Douglas Stanley Phillips.
Her love for Montana, her family, and friends was extraordinary, but these were
not the love of her life. Her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is who she loved and followed
all her life. Even in her last hours she was worried about her nurse's salvation. She also
told all her family to “always love the Lord God with all your heart, soul, and mind.” Her
family and friends have no doubt where she is spending eternity. She and Richard
taught children's Sunday School for about thirty years at First Baptist Church of
Leavenworth where they reached so many young lives week after week.
Being a loving wife, mother, sister, and devoted grandmother was one of her joys
of life. She is survived by her brothers’ Bob (Kathy) Townsend and Randy (Carol)
Townsend and sister Marilyn (Terry) Seiss. She also leaves behind 17 grandchildren-
Maddison, Darryl III, Dylann, and Isaac Hayes (children of Allison and Darryl); Zack
Kincaid, Jacob and Eden Barnett, George, Robert, Richard, Hagen, Troy, and Randy
Phillips (children of Charles and Rebecca); and Alyssa, Eli, and Ethan Sines, Noah
Phillips (children of Lee and Michelle Phillips). She has 3 great-grandchildren-Victoria
and Holly Barnett (children of Jacob and Kristen Barnett) and Elaina Kincaid (child of
Zack Kincaid). Connie has cousins in Montana that she spent hours with running,
exploring, and splashing in Paradise Valley in Mill Creek, which were her best childhood
memories.
Connie married her high school sweetheart in Billings, Montana. She worked at
a bank in Bozeman while Doug went to college. Doug graduated and joined the Army.
This took Connie and her newborn baby girl, Allison, to Oklahoma and then across the
ocean to Germany where he was stationed. While in Germany, Connie had two
boys-Charles and Lee.
They moved back to the United States to Lawton, Oklahoma and then
Leavenworth, KS. After the divorce, Connie stayed in Leavenworth, worked as a single
mother, and eventually went to school at St. Mary’s College. She worked at a boutique
in the Leavenworth mall and then as a secretary to Sister Mary Janet, who at the time
was the President of St. Mary’s College. The Sisters of Charity encouraged her to go to
college and earn her degree. Connie loved working for the Sisters of Charity of
Leavenworth. She formed lifetime friendships with them. She married a man named
Richard Aaron on September 16, 1989 who adored her and her three kids. She
graduated May 1989 from St. Mary’s College Magna Cum Laude in business
administration with a minor in math. She went to work for Armed Forces Insurance as a
Statistical Analysis for 23 years. In spring of 1996, Connie earned her CPCU
Designation and earned her destination trip to the Big Apple-New York City. She was
able to see the Twin Towers, walk in Central Park, and just enjoy a trip with her love.
Unfortunately, years later, she had to stop working due to health problems. On
Disability with her love, Richard and Connie loved being together and did everything
together. They will be forever best friends. They were the true example of how marriage
should be for all of us. Connie is not suffering, as she is in Jesus' arms and she will be
forever missed on this temporary home. Until we meet again.
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