Constance M. (Wallace) Stellwagon, 86, of Honey Brook, Pennsylvania, passed away Monday, November 18, 2019 at the Brandywine Hospital, Coatesville, PA.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Connie was the only child of the late Walter and Helen (Passko) Wallace. She was the wife of the late Horace Darlington Stellwagon, Jr.
During her life time, Connie had a passion for art, and attended art school in Philadelphia, after graduating from Cecilian Academy. She worked as a stewardess for American Airlines, and Real Estate Agent, in West Chester PA for 38 years.
Connie had a love for all animals throughout her life, especially cats later in life. She would write notes and thank you notes to everyone for everything. Connie loved her ephemera. She loved her kids, and grandkids dearly. Until recently, she was still up for trips to Dorney Park, and rode the rides with her granddaughter Kallie. She was also always up for a trip to the beach. She spent her summers as a child in Atlantic City, and her excitement of smelling the ocean air never waned.
She is survived by; one son, Dean J. Stellwagon (and wife Carol) of Mohrsville, PA; and daughter, Linda L. Johnson, of Honey Brook, PA.
As a grandmother, Constance also leaves to cherish her memories, four grandchildren, Kallie Johnson of Honey Brook, PA, Sara Behle Cappuccio (and husband Christopher) of Womelsdorf, Jeffrey Stellwagon and Samuel Stellwagon, both of Mohrsville, PA.
Her grandchildren would each like to share a memory of Grandma Connie:
Kallie: "I always liked painting and crafting at the table with her. She never yelled when there was glitter everywhere. She even turned the attic into my huge playroom! I'm going to miss her."
Sam: "Every time I saw her, she always had a smile on her face. Her positive attitude was infectious, and I will always cherish the messages added to birthday or Christmas cards. I'll never forget the stories she told me about showing clients homes. I'll miss her indefinitely."
Jeff: "Grandma Connie was always filled with warmth, and a great smile. I will always remember her through the unique, customized, and well-though out ornaments she would make to add to our Christmas gifts. I will miss her a lot."
Sara: "I thoroughly enjoyed every visit I had with Grandma Connie. She was one of the sweetest people I have ever known, and she was a wonderful and loving grandma. I will forever cherish all of the thoughtful cards and ornaments she gave me, and I will miss her deeply.
Friends and family are invited to share condolences through the guestbook link on this memorial page.