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Constance M. Magrum

August 31, 1954 — April 4, 2023


Connie Magrum 68, passed away Tuesday at Elmwood Assisted Living in Fremont.

She was born in Fremont to Raymond A. and Janet M. (Darr) Magrum. She graduated from St. Joseph High School in 1972. She attended the Secretarial program her junior and senior year at Vanguard.

Connie worked at Hench's Bakery for years but upon graduating started her 38 year career at the Sandusky County Board of Education. She taught herself how to use a word processor and then progressed to a computer. She excelled at her job taking on numerous other duties through the years including arranging substitute teachers.

Connie was a great "dog" mom to her beloved Sugar, walking her for years at Spiegel Grove. When Connie wasn't working or walking her dog, she was an avid reader and crafter. She cross-stitched, crocheted, knitted, as well as, making many quilts. She was a member of the Hayes Ohio Star Quilt Guild which completed many Kwilts for Kids. She made many baby afghans through the years giving them to the needy. She was most proud of making a quilt for each of her nieces and nephews along with baby quilts for great nieces. She seldom kept any of her beautiful handiwork giving most to family and friends.

Connie is survived by her sisters Sharon (Stan) Klotz of South Carolina, Terri (Bob) Mosser of Port Clinton and brothers Dan (Laurie) Magrum of Luckey and Gary (Lori) Magrum of Fostoria. God Children: Keith (Mindy) Mosser of Georgia and Erin (Jeff) Kromer of Findlay. Nieces Stephanie (Chris) Brownfield and Sheila (James) Lloyd both of Tennessee and Amy (Trent) King of Fostoria and nephews Brian Mosser and Kevin (Holly) Mosser both of Ohio, David (Shonagh Russell) Magrum of North Carolina and Eric (Jessica Clendenning) Magrum of Virginia, and numerous great nieces and nephews. Connie is preceded in death by her beloved parents and nephew Nicholas Magrum.

A private service will be held at a later date. With burial in St. Joseph Cemetery.

Memorials made be made to the Humane Society of Sandusky County or to a charity of the donor's choice.


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