Tahlequah Daily Press


May 1, 2014

Connie Se Drywater-Todd

TAHLEQUAH — Services for Connie Sue Drywater-Todd will be held on Thursday, May 1, at 10 a.m. at Reed Culver Chapel with Pastor Dale Perry officiating. Interment will be held at Agent Cemetery in Moodys.

Online condolences for the family may be left at www.reedculver.com.

Pallbearers for Kenny Drywater, Joe Drywater, Elvin “Bossie” Drywater, Rick Barnoski, Gene Wilson, Terry Todd, Dean Haas, and Matt Lacey.

Connie Sue Drywater-Todd was born on Jan. 27, 1964, in Tahlequah, the daughter of Dollie Donna Drywater-Salyer. She attended school in Muskogee.

She attended school and became a registered nurse.

She loved people and was always taking care of anyone who needed her help.

Connie married the love of her life, Henry Todd Jr., in Washington County, Ark., on July 3, 2002, and they made their home in the Tahlequah area. Their marriage was blessed with four wonderful children.

Connie enjoyed getting the opportunity to go shopping, but more than anything she loved to spend time with her 15 grandchildren doing anything their little hearts desired.

Connie left this life for her eternal home on Friday, April 25, in Muskogee. She was 50 years old. Connie was a loving wife, mother, sister and will be greatly missed by all.

Connie is preceded in death by her mother; and brother, Eddie J. Holmes.

Those left to cherish her memory include one son, Nicholas Haas of Fort Gibson; three daughters, Tiffany Drywater-Lacey of Tulsa, Melissa Wilson and Susan Farris both of Fort Gibson. She leaves one sister, Teresa Byfield also of Fort Gibson. Her legacy lives on in 15 beloved grandchildren; and one cherished niece, Ashley Byfield of Muskogee; as well as a host of friends and loved ones.

Reed-Culver Funeral Home, 117 W. Delaware, (918) 456-2551.


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