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Connie L. Spears
Azle – Connie L. Spears, 58, of Azle, Texas, passed away on Sunday, January 1, 2023. Connie was born on January 16, 1964 in Fort Worth, Texas to Charles and Linda Spears. Connie graduated from Western Hills High School in 1982 and then Texas Wesleyan University in 1986 with a major in business. At TWU she was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. She has worked at University North Texas Health Science, General Dynamics, and the Fort Worth Stockyards. Growing up, Connie was part o f the Texas Girl’s Choir for 4 years, where she got to travel all over the United States and to Europe for two weeks, along with her mother as a chaperone. She loved to travel. She went to Las Vegas, went on several cruises, and visited Disney World three times. Connie was an avid reader and would usually have a book near her wherever she went. Her favorites were romance and mystery books. She loved going to movies with friends and enjoyed being able to go see the movie premiers before they were released to the public. Connie loved collecting Precious Moments and Beanie Babies. Her love of animals always generated a houseful of dogs, which were always considered part of the family. Connie enjoyed spending time with family and friends. She loved working at the Stockyards where she could meet people from out of state. Connie could make friends with anyone she met and was easy to talk to on a variety of subjects. Connie is survived by her parents, Charles and Linda Spears, one aunt, Wanza Merchant, several cousins and many friends. She is also survived by her four dogs, Pumpkin, Rockie, Freckles and Bandit and her two ponies, Sassy and Baby. Cremation arrangement by Lone Star Cremation.
Condolence Messages

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  1. Dear Charles and Linda,
    I knew Connie as I had worked for Dr. Edward Reiter for 40 years. My sister was in her graduating class at Western Hills HS. I am so sorry for your loss. We don’t always understand why it is any particular person’s time to reunite with our Father in Heaven.
    Linda Trammell Durham

  2. Dear Charles and Linda, Our deepest sympathys’. Connie was a very friendly and sweet woman, she will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both.

  3. Dear Charles and Linda,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I got the honor of getting to work with Connie beginning of October 2022. She and I instantly became great friends and shared so much laughter with each other. She and I got really close she always told me how she wished I was her daughter. Connie was honestly like a mother figure to me. After I got let go from that job she kept in contact with me almost daily. She was such a sweetheart always checking on me. I was devastated when I heard the news. I can’t imagine how hard it is. My thoughts and prayers are with y’all and just know there isn’t a day that goes by I don’t think about her or wish I could pick that phone up one more time and hear her voice and her encouraging words.

  4. Mr. And Mrs. Spears,
    Connie and I went to HS together and at Wesleyan. We are sorority sisters as well. I’m sorry to hear of her passing. Our days in school were always sunny due to Connie’s love for life.
    Prayers for comfort and peace.

  5. Dear Mr and Mrs Spears. I had the pleasure of being Connie’s friend and working with her selling Jewels by Park Lane. We did the set ups together for many of the group parties for Bonnie Davis. Linda you should remember. Very fond of you. I was shocked to see this posting and to find out she us no longer with us. I had been thinking of her lately and thought of reconnecting and cattching up. She was smart creative andso much fun. I loved her. Please accept my sincerest condolences. Lovingly, Debbie Moss

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