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Connie Day

Day, Connie

I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Something that has always brought me comfort is Rev 21:3,4 where God promises a time when pain and death will be no more. Also Acts 24:15 where we are promised to see our loved ones again by means of a resurrection. I hope this brings you comfort as well.

Stefanie - 11/6/2017

Antoinette Jorgenson - 11/6/2017

Connie was a wonderful, compassionate person who helped many, many children over her years at IHS. It is so hard to think that she will no longer be there, smiling, cheerful and helping, a true 'go to' person when there were children in crisis. My deepest sympathies and prayers to her family and co-workers on her being called Home. We will miss her.

Carole Justice - 11/6/2017

For the past 10 years or so I've worked across the hall from this wonderful lady. She was a top-notch therapist and her "no nonsense" approach broke through a lot of denial in her day. Her interest in her child patients, their families, and ways to be of service seemed unquenchable, and her memory was IBM Big Blue and better. "Remember X we saw in 2009?" Ummmm...but she did. Her capacity to glean insights from children's play in the sand box was phenomenal and came from years of experience and tremendous ability. Her own life was a struggle, but you'd never know it unless she granted you some peek, but not to complain, only to explain. Working until she could not hold her head up, she surrendered to her illness only at the end, when it was time to finally let go. She will be missed as a friend, colleague and example of a therapist's therapist. My deepest condolences to her husband, her family and the multitude of friends who knew her to be all this and more. She leaves behind a legacy of good deeds. Her karma credits will insure her a lofty place of honor in the afterlife, I am sure of it. Goodbye, Connie.

Dr. Greg Wheeler - 11/6/2017

Family of Connie:

I am so very sorry for your loss. I have seen Connie as a patient for the past 11 years. This amazing woman has given me my life back. She has saved my life and showed/taught me how to live again. I am forever greatful for this amazing lady. She has been a big part of our lives. Connie is and always will be loved by us. May you all always be blessed.

The Hill Family
Vernon, Kayla, Xavier, and Emerson

Kayla Hill - 11/7/2017

My condolences to you. I retired from the Indian Health Service approx. 4 years ago. I knew Connie - she took care of my cat. She will be missed!

Patricia Underwood - 11/7/2017

Prayers and hugs for the immediate family. She was a wonderful woman who helped me in more ways than I can count. I will truly miss her and her great sense of humor. She recommended me to Ortho Montana for my husband and we are truly ever grateful for her recommendation. Sorry I wasn't able to meet with her sooner. She will always be in my heart. Thank You Connie You Have Been Loved.

Shawna Friday - 11/7/2017

Dear Day Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a hard time for your family. There is comfort to be found through the pages of the Bible. Acts 24:15 and Philippians 4:6,7 help us to see that there will be a time that our loved ones will be resurrected to life here on earth and that until that time God will be our source of comfort because he is the God of Peace and he will guard our hearts and minds in this time of need. I hope these promises from the bible provide you with some comfort. Again, I am sorry for your loss.

Trw - 11/8/2017

I am so sorry for your loss, Bruce and family. She has been a great friend for almost 40 years. Words cannot express how much she will be missed. Love to all of you.

Tina - 11/10/2017