Connie was born in Edmundston, New Brunswick April 12, 1950 to Annake Geers and Willie Cyr. She was the second youngest of four children including: Marijke Roberge, Stella Steeves and Richard Joy. Connie grew up in Calgary and married Chris Law on August 26, 1972. She loved her family and took great pleasure in visits from grand children Eliza 11, Adaline 9, Isaac 6, Clara 4 and daughter-in-law Lindsay (Bishop). As a teen Connie was eager to provide for her own spending money. While attending junior and senior high school she worked in an animal hospital and ladies shoe store at Chinook Center. Connie met her husband Chris on the playground of the junior high school. At times they dated each other throughout high school and attended church social events together. Connie was contacted by Chris shortly after returning from church missionary service and they have been friends and lovers since. Connie worked as a legal secretary for Home Oil and at two Calgary law firm and provided for her husband while he finished university. Connie was a kind and wonderful mother. With her example, her son Patrick has grown to be an exemplary husband and father. While raising a family, Connie was still able work as a general contractor. With some support from her husband, they built 9 houses and assisted other families to do the same. Connie volunteered as a community Beaver leader and accepted church callings in children’s primary, the young women’s organization, and women’s Relief Society. As Connie’s illness (MS) progressed, her attitude was always upbeat and positive. Connie always wanted to be involved in normal daily activities, especially shopping for her family and friends.
She will be missed and always loved.