Byu Hawaii Suicide – Connie Craig (née Regan), a resident of Brighton who was a cherished wife, mother, grandmother, friend, volunteer, coach, and lifelong member of the Classic Legends Car Club, passed away on March 2, 2020 after a struggle with cancer that lasted for sixteen years. Connie was a member of the club for her whole life. Connie was a lifelong member of the Classic Legends Car Club.
Connie had been a member of the club for a significant amount of time and continued to be a member for a significant amount of time. Connie had been a member of the club for a very long time. During the final moments of her life, loving ones from both of her families were there to care for her. At that time in her life, she had already reached the age of 79.
She is survived by her husband and best friend of almost sixty years, Gordon Craig; her sons, Patrick (Lori née Peterson) Craig and Ken (Yingrao née Tian); her daughter, Kathy Craig; her niece, Katie Regan, with whom she shared a close relationship; her twin brother, Daniel (Rita) Regan; her sisters, Liz (Richard) Peck, Mary (the late Bruce) Forintos and Agnes (Scott) Hartsig; her grandchildren Her parents, Cornelius “Martin” Regan and Catherine “Jane” née O’Brien, as well as her sister, Cass Regan, all passed away before she died. Her sister was named Cass Regan.
Cass Regan was the name that was given to her before she passed away. On the evening of Friday, March 6, 2020, friends and family are invited to express their condolences at the Lynch & Sons Funeral Home in Brighton, which can be found at 600 E. Main St., between the hours of four and eight o’clock in the evening. This event is being held in memory of the deceased.