Constance Aline Throne

Constance Aline Throne, 80, of Simpsonville, wife of Harold Throne, passed away on Monday, October 7, 2019. Born in St. Andre, New Brunswick Canada, she was the daughter of the late Leonard Lizotte and the late Gertrude Cyr Lizotte.

In addition to her husband, Connie is survived by her son, Michael Throne and his wife, Kelsey, of Chillicothe, OH; five grandchildren, Grace, Liza, Walker, Juliana, and Lucy Throne; a sister-in-law, Cecile Lizotte; nephew, Gary Lizotte; niece, Arline Lizotte; and her beloved dog, Rocky.

In addition to her parents, Connie was preceded in death by her brother, Armand Lizotte.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to Mighty Children’s Museum, 21 East 4th Street, Chillicothe, OH 45601 or your local humane society.

Condolences to the family of Constance Aline Throne

  • Daniel Kaser
    1 month ago

    Harold, I don’t usually read the Register, but by God’s Providence I opened it up and saw that Connie went home. I am sorry for your loss, my brother. I know you will take great comfort that she is with our savior and,I believe it will not be so very long until we are all reunited! Thank you for the great kindness that you two showed me when I was going through my hard times. Your counsel and biblical advice have been the anchor to my soul. I am sorry I have not kept in touch over the years. My condolences to Michael also. Dan Kaser

  • Beverly Hart
    1 month ago

    Dear Harold and Michael and family,

    It has been many years since I have seen you but am sad to hear of your loss. I remember Connie’s smile and laugh so well. We lost mom the end of May and Uncle Don’s funeral is tomorrow morning, so we are mourning together now, but we will be rejoicing together some day. God’s peace to you all.

    Beverly Scott Hart

  • Ron Wittmer
    1 month ago

    Dear Brother Harold – Jean read the Sandusky Register online announcing Connie’s passing. Our sympathies my friend. We may find solace in the knowledge she is with our Lord in paradise though. May our Sovereign grant you peace through the coming days. Ron & Jean Wittmer

  • Timothy W. Stookey
    1 month ago

    Harold, Today 10/13/19 was the first day to catch the news
    on the internet WIFI. Been on a extended camping trip left on
    9/16/19. Just finish checking the Register minutes ago.
    I will always cherish our friend ship with your family.
    Me and Marra will be soon share words with you.
    Timothy & Marra Stookey

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  • Mike Miller
    1 month ago

    Mike, sorry to hear about your mom. We are keeping your family in our prayers. I hope you are doing ok in these tough times.

  • Millie Williams
    1 month ago

    Mike and Harold Throne, I will always miss my sister-in-law. She was a true friend to me.
    The shock and grief have been overwhelming. Thanks, Harold for all your sweet kindness. I miss you and hope to contact you soon. Sister Millie Williams.

  • JoAnn Humphrey
    1 month ago

    Dear Michael and family, our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. We lost Don two days later. Our prayers are with you. God bless you. JoAnn, Eric, and Becky

  • Donnett Conn
    1 month ago

    Dearest Harold and Mike, we have lost one of the best souls on Earth. I share in this great time of sadness and disbelief. Please know you are in my prayers as you both move forward and remember the immeasurable joy and love she gave to all who had the pleasure to know her…most of all those who were closest to her. May God give you peace to know she is at home now.

    Many blessings.

  • Jeffrey Williams
    1 month ago

    I rejoice in the memories of Connie when we were young I remember she was full of love and compassion and Harold was a great uncle my favorite it was a joy to have had them as a aunt and uncle. I pray your joy be made complete knowing that they had to be the greatest parents one could ever ask for.

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