Constance L. "Connie" Jacobson, age 95, passed away Sunday, December 2, 2018.
She was born in LaCrosse on April 11, 1923 to the late Merritt and Viola (Scheel) Gibson. She married Richard S. Jacobson on April 18, 1949. He preceded her in death on July 2, 1998.
Connie attended Logan H.S., and Coleman Business College in LaCrosse. She worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for the last 10 years of her career until her retirement in April of 1978.
Connie is survived by nieces and nephews: Cathie (Ernie Gauger) Hulder, Mary (David) Hulder Barry, Michael (Katie) Bernas, Molly Bernas, Lissa (Mike Burchette) Hulder, Kahn (Trish) Peterson, Nancy (Dennis) Jacobson O'Hora, Denise (David) Webb, Jeanine (Michael) Whyte, Sandra O'Hora, Jennifer (David) Lawrence, Brian (Jennifer) Jacobson, Christine (Jason) Jacobson Stephens, Joanne (Stuart Richter) Jacobson, Kim Scripture; and cousins: Robert Tollefson, Jr., Richard (Julie) Tollefson, Nancy Scott, Bonnie Gardiner, Robert (Mary) Gardiner, Susan (James) Peterson, Richard (Mary) Pedersen and Lynn (Kevin) Mackey.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, aunts, uncles, nephews and cousins.
Private services will be held.
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We are very saddened by the passing of our beloved Great Aunt Connie. She played a significant role in my life and was always there for me and my family. Connie was a remarkable women--wise, witty, and kind. She lived life to the fullest to the end of her days. Connie was a lifelong learner and a wealth of iinsightful and valuable information and advice. Just this year I showed her how to use iMessage on her new Mac computer and looked forward to her messages. She always raised my spirits and stayed engaged in my and my familiy's life and activities. We had lots of fun. I will miss our visits and time together. She was not just my Aunt but my friend too. Connie greeatly missed Dick who left us 20 years ago. We were hoping for another Christmas with Connie, but she must have been ready to go home to be with Dick and other loved ones for Christmas. I love you Connie and miss you so much.
Connie was a dear friend to my family and to me, from ~1958 on. Her kindness, wisdom and wonderful sense of humor are irreplaceable. I will miss her always.
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