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Connie M. Hockert, of Marine on St. Croix, formerly of Cambridge, passed away on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at Regions Hospital in St. Paul. She was 61 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 30, 2012 at Stanchfield Baptist Church with Rev. Dale Cope officiating.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held one hour prior to the service on Thursday at the church.

INURNMENT will be at the Stanchfield Baptist Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family are preferred.

Connie Marie Hockert, of Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota, passed away on August 25, 2012. She was 61 years old.

Connie retired from East Central Energy after 20 years. She resided in a beautiful setting in Marine on St. Croix where she loved spending time with family, gardening, hunting, vacationing, and various crafts including making blankets for family and friends.

She was a selfless and caring person, always putting others first without question. Her spirit, life, and love will always live through her family and friends.

Connie was preceded in death by her parents, Kort and Elizabeth VanderVeen; and the father of her children, Thomas Mistelske.

She is survived by her husband, Ron; daughter, Tina (Tom) Brastad; son, Spencer (Melanie) Mistelske; stepsons, Paul (Brenda) Hockert and Randy Hockert; beloved grandchildren: Alesha, Brittany, Shane, Jack, Hunter, Lance, Teagan, and Emersyn; brothers, John (Grace) VanderVeen, Kort Allen (Sue) VanderVeen; and sister, Sheri (Darin) Mack; many nieces and nephews, relatives, and friends.



4 thoughts on “CONNIE M. HOCKERT”

  1. Connie and I have been best friends since 7th grade. Our lives took different roads once we graduated, but our friendship has always been one of those, that even if it had been years, we always picked up as if it was only yesterday. She always spoke so highly of her family. She may be gone from us physically, but she will forever be in the hearts of all who loved her. May God’s love guide her family through this great loss. RIP my dear friend. Marie

  2. Mom, I know I always used to tell you this but thank you for all you did for myself and my family. You were always so quick to jump and help us when needed. Teagan and Emersyn will greatly miss their grandmother along with Melanie and I. Words can’t explain how deeply hurt I am loosing not only my mother but my best friend. I find peace within myself knowing that you are in a better place now. RIP mom. I love you.

  3. My relationship with Connie was at work at ECE. She was in personnel (that mysterious department that held a myriad of secrets about us). Sometimes she did not seem approachable and rumor always made it more so. But I remember going to her office after eight years at ECE, ready to hang it up. She counseled me and I ended up staying. I appreciated that she believed in me though we hardly knew one another.

    Connie, if you get to read these tributes, thanks for good counsel and would you greet Doug Severson from me? In a work situation, when we spend so many years together, really the best part of so much of our lives, we become more like family than family in some ways.

  4. So sorry to hear of your loss…Connie was a wonderful friend and what a great sense of humor. I have many happy memories of working with her. May the Lord comfort and help you all through your loss. Keeping you in my prayers.

    Margie Bertilson

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