Lennie Connor

Lennie Mae Connor, 96, of Magnolia, passed away Tuesday August 16, 2016 at her home. Family and friends are invited to a visitation from 5 until 7 p.m. Friday August 19, 2016 at St. Michael’s Chapel, 2402 S. College Ave. in Bryan. A graveside  service will follow at 2 p.m. on Saturday August 20, at Shiloh Cemetery in Franklin.

Born February 22, 1920, in Vick, Arkansas, to Walter and Alice Senn, Lennie was well know for her love of gardening. She was also a favorite babysitter, and she was a grand champion baker of coconut crème pies.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Grover Connor; mother and father, Walter and Alice Senn; brothers, George Senn and Buddy Senn; sisters, Sarah Carter, Athlene Hines and Margie Willis; and great grandson, Cody Connor.

Survivors include Doug and Delores Binford, Chester and Shirley Connor; grand children, Donald Pace, August and Kimberly Naumann, Melissa Cox, Chester Connor Jr., Stacie Borders and Charles Kunsky; great grand children Alex Pace, Taylor Cox, Kendall Ehman, Mikaela Naumann, Michael Boders, Kyle Connor, Collan Connor, Charlie Kunsky, Matt Kunsky and Brent Kunsky; great-great grandson Alex (Bug) Pace.

For more information contact 

Callawy-Jones Funeral & Cremation Centers

3001 S College Avenue
Bryan, TX 77801
United States (US)
Phone: (979) 822-3717
Email: cjones@callawayjones.com

Condolences

  1. Rest in peace, Lennie. You were such an amazing, special, inspirational woman whom I only knew a short time, but it seemed much longer as you were so warm, welcoming, and you had a great sense of humor! To Milissa, Jo and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and comfort in knowing you did all you could for Lennie and that she suffers no more. You were very blessed to have her for so many wonderful years. Although you feel a void now, I pray that void is filled with the love you shared with her and with the fact that she will always be with you in your heart and memories.

    Angie D. and Chris Telschow

  2. Thinking about you. I know it is a very difficult time. Aunt Linnie Mae was a wonderful lady. She always had a smile. She loved her family so very much. I know the wonderful memories you have of her will stay with you through the days and the years ahead. When Louis, Maria and I visited with her several years ago, I said that Grandma Alice made the best coconut pies I had ever eaten. Aunt Linnie Mae said ,”Well you never ate mine cause they were the best!” Take care of yourselves.

  3. Chester, Delores: In her large family of 2 brothers and 9 sisters Aunt Linnie Mae was sunshine-good for smiles and laughter. She was much loved and respected. Though often unseen family ties are strong in the Senn family. With that let me tell you I am sorry for your loss, and that we , your cousins( Aunt Linnie Mae’s nieces and nephews ) are thinking of you both.

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