On April 24, 1963, Connie was born to Roy and Dorothy Cudnohosky. Growing up on the family farm in the Klondike area, she graduated from Coleman High School and later from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay.
She eventually met up with her life partner, Ronald Marohl, and they settled down in Gillett. Together they raised two beautiful daughters, Myriah, the younger, and Crystal, the older, who unfortunately lost her life on earth at the same moment as her mother, Connie, due to a terrible auto accident on May 13, 2017.
During her years as a 4-H member, when her mother, Dorothy, was also a beekeeper, Connie was able to compete and reign for one year as the Honey Queen. As an avid gardener, her mother, Dorothy, had a knack for knowing the Latin names for just about everything one would think to put in a garden, a knack that Connie shared with her. She also learned to be an excellent seamstress. She and her sister, Cheryl, had both gone on to sew several weddings’ worth of bridal wear. Another shared hobby in more recent years was collecting and reading cookbooks, where one could just imagine and enjoy the results whether you made the recipe or not. As fun as it was to try new things, there was nothing like the old family favorites that Mom used to make, and she enjoyed those, too.
Connie is survived by her fiance, Ronald Marohl, and their daughter, Myriah Marohl, of Gillett; her sister, Cheryl Mandeville, and Allen, of Green Bay; her brother, Alvin Cudnohosky, and Donna, of Klondike. She is also survived by Alvin’s children, Pamala and Robert Bleecker, and Aric Cudnohosky and their children; Alvin and Donna’s daughter, Emily Cudnohosky, and Donna’s daughter, Tara, and Jeremy Van Ark; and Donna’s son, Brandon Kempke, and their children. One aunt remains, Gloria Kilmer, along with many beautiful cousins, children of both Gloria and the late Roy and Mary Kempky, and all of their children. She is further survived by the children of Ronald. They are Cory Marohl (special friend Heather), Adam Marohl (special friend Jenny Schroeder), Sara and Ben Miller and their children.
She was preceded in death by both of her parents, Roy and Dorothy Cudnohosky; infant sister, Barbara; her grandparents, Paul and Mary Kempky; aunt and uncle, Mary and Roy Kempky; grandparents, Fred and Bertha Cudnohosky; aunt and uncle, Violet and Ted Cudnohosky; and aunt, Hilda Cudnohosky.
There will be one service for both Connie and her daughter, Crystal. It will be held on May 21, 2017, at Emmanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Breed. The address is 13346 County Road AA, Suring. Visitation begins at 1 p.m., and a service will be held at 3 p.m. with Pastor Schoenemann officiating. Burial will take place at a later date.
Simply Cremation is assisting the family.
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