Constance Louise Dwyer Hale passed away quietly at home on October 16, 2018 after an extended illness. She was born on October 11, 1946 and grew up in Monroe, enjoying the small-town camaraderie, and graduated from Monroe High School in 1964. As an adult, she settled in Everett.

Connie was renowned for her generosity, her spirit of fun, her finding joy in the simple things of life, and her loyalty to her lifelong friends. When her health became fragile, she kept an upbeat spirit and enjoyed her friends up until the end.

She was an enthusiastic collector of antiques and collectibles, and especially loved owls, having gathered an extensive collection of owl figurines over her lifetime.  Another passion was her joy for Christmas, including all the twinkling lights, snow-sparkled landscapes, music and nostalgic movies.  Her delight with family gatherings, holiday meals and special moments of affection between friends was unsurpassed.

Connie is survived by her mother Dorothy, sister Bonnie, grand-nieces Paisley and Brijah Renee, cousin Lisa, and her companion David.  She will be buried near her grandparents at the IOOF Cemetary in Monroe.