FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1912

Constance "Connie" A. Toole

Constance “Connie” A. Toole, age 62, passed away on Tuesday October 10th, 2017 at her home.

Born in Wilmington, Constance was the daughter of the late Alice Marie (Ebright) and Carl S. Mako, Sr. She enjoyed working with the elderly as a CNA most recently with Comfort Keepers. Connie was also active in Alcoholics Anonymous.

Connie is survived by her life partner, Daniel Gordon Hendry; her brothers Carl S. Mako Jr. (Connie Talley) of Chaddsford, PA, and Charles “David Mako” (Wendi) of Claymont; her niece, Erika Mako and nephew, Christopher Mako; her step-daughter Jessica Hendry Schult and step-granddaughter Arianna.

A visitation will be held on Monday, October 16th from 11AM to 12PM, with a funeral service beginning at 12pm at the Mealey Funeral Homes, 2509 Limestone Road Wilmington, Delaware 19808. Interment will follow at Siloam United Methodist Church, 3720 Foulk Road Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania. Condolences may be made by visiting www.MealeyFuneralHomes.com

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Submitted by Joseph Barinas on
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Our deepest condolences to the Hendry and Toole Families for their loss.

Submitted by cw on
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I am sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in Gods promise to care for our dead loved ones at John 5:28,29. Our loving Heavenly Father consoles us at Phillipians 4:6,7 with this soothing invitation: "Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God, and the peace of God, that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus."

Submitted by Gabriel on
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Please accept my sincere condolences at this difficult time. The pain we experience when we lose someone close is unnatural. But it is comforting that our Heavenly father promises to get rid of what causes the pain, which is death (1 Corinthians 15:26). More than that, he promises a positive hope for the future in which we can see our dear loved ones again (John 5:28,29).