Connie Diane Eldreth, who loved to be called Nana by her grandbabies, departed her loving family on April 26 2021 at North Kansas City Hospital surrounded by her daughter and sister.
Connie left behind a hell of a lot of stuff her daughter and son have absolutely no idea what to do with.
So if you are interested in a vast Coca-Cola collection, over 30 rubbermaids full of Christmas decorations, multiple as seen on tv trinkets, a small kitchen table, a broken dresser, and quite a fine selection of cheap jewelry bought on the wish app, as well as a vintage wardrobe from the 1980’s.
This is not an ad for a garage sale, but an obituary for a great woman, a mother a grandmother and a great grandmother born on April 16 1956 in Westchester, Pennsylvania to Mae and Harley Eldreth.
She leaves behind a very dysfunctional family that she was quite proud of. Connie, also known as Nana was well known for her love of her grandbabies, there is no denying that, as well as also having a pepsi in her hand. Yes, you heard that right, a vast Coca-Cola collection and only drank pepsi.
Connie will be missed dearly and is survived by her brothers, Blaine/Ina Eldreth and Harley/Sherry eldreth, sister Elaine/David Jarboe, daughter Gina/ Tom Stamper and son Peter /Tasha Weiland
Grandchildren, Peter Weiland IV, Jeremy/Shalia Stamper, Andrew Weiland, Jesse Stamper, Joseph Stamper, Ashlyn Hebert, and Tessa Weiland and two grandchildren she never had the pleasure of meeting, great grandchildren, Aubriegh, Rossiegh, and Harper Weiland as well as many cousins and nieces and nephews.
Connie was preceded in death by her loving parents Mae and Harley Eldreth, brother, Lee Eldreth and Grandson, Zackery Weiland.
All whom loved her dearly and will never forget her smile, her hugs, and her undying love and care for them.
Connie absolutely loved Mardi Gras parades and some of her most favorite memories were spent there. So in a fashion only befitting to Connie, the family will be celebrating a Second Line parade at the home of daughter Gina Stamper on Saturday, May 15th at 2:00. The family welcomes all to join on in!
Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler Connie!!!!!
Elizabeth Bryant Crutchfield is my mother ,Charlotte ,North Carolina
So sorry for your loss but a great description of your mother.
I would have loved to have known her. Delores Smith.
Nephew ,Crofton ,Maryland
We are so sorry to hear about Aunt Connie’s passing. She was a good woman with a big heart and so fun to be around. Your words are perfect. She will be missed.