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Connie Rae Bender

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Connie Rae Bender, 73, formerly of Enola passed away on Sunday, September 24, 2023 at Harmony at West Shore.
Born on April 4, 1950 in Lancaster, PA she was the daughter to the late Harold McKonly and Erla (Gochenaur) McKonly. She was preceded in death by her sister, Dianne Devereaux and nephew, Todd Devereaux.
She was retired from Dayton Parts Inc. and also the Patriot News. She was a past member of Wormleysburg and Midway Fire Companies. Her past hobbies included following the Harrisburg Senators and watching the players grow into major league players. She enjoyed her family, granddogs, deer watching, an avid bird watcher, and loved her squirrels.
Connie is survived by her daughter, Karen Mohler (Karl); a brother, Pat McKonly (Kim); a brother-in-law, Ray Devereaux; 2 granddaughters, Kayla and Lauren; a niece, Beth (Bill); 2 nephews, Tim and Steven (Meagan), and numerous great nieces and nephews; and dear family friends the Kramer’s and the Scott’s.
Thank you to the staff of Harmony at West Shore for the care that they gave to Mom and also to Grane Hospice for their assistance.
Visitation only will be from 10AM-11AM on Monday, October 2, 2023 at Sullivan Funeral Home, 51 N. Enola Dr., Enola PA 17025.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Bender family.

3 comments on “Connie Rae Bender”

  1. I met Connie as a member of the ‘Third Base Bleacher Bums’ in the early years of the Harrisburg Senators. She was passionate about her baseball, especially Kurt Schilling. I was privileged to experience her fun loving and generous spirit. May the memory of her love and pride in her family sustain and comfort them through the difficult days ahead.

  2. I had the good fortune of doing business with Connie for 25 years. Always knowledgeable and efficient at her job but more importantly was a genuine and thoughtful human being. Wishing comfort for Connie’s family. Tom McVeigh

  3. Always a gentle soul. It was my pleasure knowing Connie as I volunteered with her at Wormleysburg Fire Company. Wishing nothing but comfort and strength to the family.
    Jack Brown

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