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John Curtis Connor
Date of Death: November 19, 2011
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John C. Connor Mr. John Curtis Connor, age 76, of Winchester, VA, died Saturday, November 19, 2011, at Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Connor was born September 21, 1935, in Wheeling, WV, the son of the late John Michael and Grace Elizabeth Connor. He was a retired police officer with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, …
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Tricia left a message on January 30, 2013:
On a visit to Aunt Jean and Uncle John's about 10 years ago, Christopher showed great interest in the large whirlpool bathtub in the master bath. When it came time for his bath that evening he really wanted to take it in the "Big Bathtub", but his mean ole mom wouldn't let him. He soon got over his disappointment! The next day as we were getting ready to head home, Christopher was running down the hill in their front yard and took a tumble. He got a few scrapes and a little dirty. Uncle John offered to take him in to clean up Christopher's boo boo's. After waiting for what seemed to be forever we decided to go into the house to see what was taking so long. As you can quess, after looking throughout the house we found them in the master bath. Christopher, with the biggest smile, swimming around in the "Big Bathtub". With all our love and prayers! Tricia Mesler and Family
Tricia Mesler left a message on November 20, 2011:
In honor of John Curtis Connor, Tricia Mesler lit a candle.
Tricia Mesler left a message on November 20, 2011:
On a visit to Aunt Jean and Uncle John's about 10 years ago, Christopher showed great interest in the large whirlpool bathtub in the master bath. When it came time for his bath that evening he really wanted to take it in the "Big Bathtub", but his mean ole mom wouldn't let him. He soon got over his disappointment! The next day as we were getting ready to head home, Christopher was running down the hill in their front yard and took a tumble. He got a few scrapes and a little dirty. Uncle John offered to take him in to clean up Christopher's boo boo's. After waiting for what seemed to be forever we decided to go into the house to see what was taking so long. As you can quess, after looking throughout the house we found them in the master bath. Christopher, with the biggest smile, swimming around in the "Big Bathtub". With all our love and prayers! Tricia Mesler and Family
Martha Scoville left a message on November 21, 2011:
In honor of John Curtis Connor, Martha Scoville lit a candle.
Steve Young left a message on November 23, 2011:
I worked for Deputy Chief Conner in Special Operations Division many years ago. He was a great guy and commander! I had no idea he lived in Winchester, I've lived in Front Royal since 1980 and for a lot of years had to keep it quiet with the police dept, because we were supposed to live within 25 miles of the District!
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Jo Ann Connor left a message on November 26, 2011:
Mark, Jess & Will, Mickeal & Dennis and I leave our sincere sadness to you and your family. We wish could have know him so much better but our paths did not go that way. About a year ago I had a patient, that was a retired police officer for Washington DC, he knew Uncle John and spoke very very repectfully of him. May you have peace! Love Jo Ann
Matthew Shelby left a message on November 28, 2011:
In honor of John Curtis Connor, Matthew Shelby lit a candle.
Matthew Shelby left a message on November 28, 2011:
In honor of John Curtis Connor, Matthew Shelby lit a candle.
Lois Connor left a message on November 29, 2011:
This video that is listed above is the Tribute to Dad that we played at his funeral. Click on the arrow to play. Pops was a precious man & we hope that this brings fond memories of him in your own life as view it. Thanks so much for all your love & prayers for our family at this time. Much love from all, Lois
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