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Connie Stone

September 5, 1966 ~ July 9, 2020 (age 53)

Obituary

Asheboro- Connie Stone ,53, went to be with the Lord on July 9, 2020 while at home. She was a devoted wife to Michael Stone for 21 years. 
 
Connie was a teacher for 20 years before obtaining her dream job as a Digital Integration Facilitator (DIF) for Moore County Schools. She prided herself in helping her students and co-workers grow into their potential. If you had a question about Science or Technology she could answer it. 
 
Connie was the First Lady of Heavens Warriors Ministry. She was dedicated in each of her positions as the Pastor’s Wife, Treasurer, and Praise and Worship Leader.  It was her goal and desire to uplift and undergird her husband, Mike, to spread the Word of Jesus Christ and to let everyone know it’s never too late and no one has gone so far that the Lord’s love, mercy, and grace can’t reach. She wanted not just to get people connected to God but for them to stay connected. 
 
Connie was a friend and mentor to many as she always had other people’s best interest at heart. She was always willing to listen and give advice even when it was hard to hear. She was loyal, faithful, and made a meaningful impact on many people. 
 
Connie loved making memories with family and friends. She loved any day she was able to spend with her grandkids and looked forward to weekend getaways with her husband. She loved to try new recipes in the kitchen, making homemade candy, and going above and beyond to make holidays special for everyone. 
 
Connie is survived by her husband Michael Stone, daughters Kasy Tincher, son Donald (DJ) Tincher III, daughter Lauren Stone, sister and brother-in-law Jeni and Jamie Johnston and sister Tammy Osborne, brother Alva Osborne, parents Joyce and Alva Osborne, granddaughter Alazae Hyatt, and grandsons Jacob Bennett, and Jaxson Tincher. She is preceded in death by her sister Kathleen(Kathy) Jewel Atkins. 
 
Services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Michael Stone at 3505 US Hwy 220 Bus South Asheboro, NC 27205 to help cover funeral expenses. 
 

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