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Constantina Micich

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Constantina “Connie” Pota Micich, 88, passed away at her home, June 14, 2019, after an extended illness. Memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 29, 2019, at Grace Episcopal Church in Charles City with Rev. James Griesheimer presiding. Interment will follow at Riverside Cemetery in Charles City. Friends may greet the family from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. on Saturday at the church in Charles City. Services are being provided by Hugeback-Johnson Funeral Home & Crematory in New Hampton. Connie was a life-long resident of Charles City IA. She was born June 11, 1931, daughter of James and Marie Tgiros. She attended Charles City Schools and on July 17, 1949, married the love of her life, Lozo Micich, at Grace Episcopal Church, Charles City. Connie was a life-long member of Grace Episcopal Church. She shared a lifetime of special moments with her family and friends. She warmly welcomed everyone to her kitchen table to share stories over coffee. Connie is survived by a son, Louis Micich of Charles City; one daughter, Kimberly Rasmussen (Kenneth) of Mason City; one grandson, Jacob Rasmussen of Toledo OH; one sister, Demetra Schilling of Charles City; one brother Constantine “Sonny” Tgiros of Macomb, MI; and many nieces and nephews. Connie was preceded in death by her husband Lozo; her parents James and Marie Tgiros; two sisters Efstathia Hagen and Angeline Schmieden.

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  1. How do you put a lifetime of memories into a few paragraphs or sentences? Connie was a kind and loving sister. When we were young, she was a toughie. Once when I was mad at her and tried beat her up she took me out the back door and threw me into a snowbank. She loved to ride our horses. Connie and Demetra shared the duties of taking care of them. Connie loved to tease me and capped on me often. I will miss you with all of my heart.

  2. Sending condolences your family, Aunt Connie. I will always remember when we would come to visit, from Michigan, that you would always ask about life in general, in Detroit, and when we got older you always loved to see my Holiday cards with my two pups dressed up in holiday attire. You always made my mom feel welcome and provided stories to us from the early days and how hard of a worker she was, no matter what she was doing. It’s hard to think that all of my Micich aunts and uncles are gone now but also I know that you are no longer in pain and now at peace with your loving husband. None of you will be forgotten. Here’s to you having coffee with all of your loved ones. You will be missed, your niece, Danica Milich

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