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Constance Oreal

November 23, 1930 - September 03, 2016

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Constance Oreal

November 23, 1930 - September 03, 2016

Obituary

Those We Love
can never be more
than a
thought Away…
For as long as there’s a
Memory
they live in Our
Hearts to stay

The passing of our mother, Constance Oreal

September 3rd, 2016 at her residence in Riverview Place.

Constance was born in Midland, Michigan to Lawrence and Dorthy Cote’ November 23, 1930. She graduated from Midland High School in 1947.

Constance married C. Robet Killian in 1948, and had 6 children, 4 who survived her: Michael Killian, Findley, OH, Kathy Hoos, Fargo, ND, Tim Killian, Buchanan, GA, and Mary Carey, Fargo, ND. Also surviving her are 16 grand children, 28 great-grand children, and her only sister Margret (Peg) Dean, Midland, MI.

Constance is proceeded in death by her husband Paul Oreal, sons: Brad Lee Killian, and Charles Robert Killian Jr., also her parents.

Connie loved gardening, sewing, and her church. She lived in MI, CA, OH and FL. Connie came to the great state of North Dakota in 2009, so that she could be closer to her daughter Kathy and son in-law Larry Hoos. She loved the community at Riverview Place, the comfort it brought to herself, and her family knowing the great care and attenion she received.

Constance was a home maker and also enjoyed working in retail over the years. She enjoyed working with flowers and making arrangements of her church in Sabistain, FL. She also belonged to the orchid socity while she resided in FL.

Connie’s family express heartfelt appreciation to the staff at Riverview Place.

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2 responses to “Constance Oreal”

  1. Christina Hoos says:

    Our deepest condolences to all. Rest in heaven Grandma Connie. May the Lord keep all your loved ones close during this most difficult time ❤️🙏

  2. Fr. Duane Pribula says:

    Connie Oreal, We enjoyed your companionship, your stories, the sound or your chuckled laughter, your honest way of saying things, your company at Sunday Mass and in your special place with your wheelchair, your kind notes and prayerful thoughts which came from your loving heart, and your welcome as we sat at your table. And you often enjoyed your ice cream cone after noon lunch…who could deprive you of some simple, child-like joy?! God bless you and your family, Connie.

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