Connie Coppersmith

09/03/1942 — 12/10/2022

Celebration of Life

Fri, January 6, 2023, 2:00 pm
Fri, January 6, 2023, 3:00 pm
Einan’s at Sunset
915 Bypass Highway

Richland, WA US 99352

Connie Coppersmith

Constance ‘Connie’ Coppersmith, 80, passed away on December 10, 2022, in Richland, Washington.

Constance Coppersmith was born on September 3, 1942 in Great Falls, MT. Adopted in 1946 by Don Edwards and Alberta Edwards of Pasco, Washington.

Constance graduated from Pasco High school in 1961. She worked for United Airlines in Seattle, Washington and Rochester, New York, 1961 – 1963.

Constance married Glen Coppersmith April 28, 1963 at St Patrick’s Catholic Church. The couple had 2 children, Joleen Greenaway, of Pasco, Pam Coppersmith, of Pasco.

Constance was best known for her love of horses.

Connie also enjoyed painting, quilting, and photography.

Constance is survived by daughter Joleen Greenaway (Brian), Pam Coppersmith – daughter, Katelyn Greenaway -granddaughter, Glen Coppersmith – spouse, Bob Edwards – brother.

Constance is preceded in death by Don Edwards – father, Alberta Edwards – mother

The service for Connie Coppersmith will be held on Friday, January 6, at 2:00 PM at Einans at Sunset.

Memorial donations can be made in Constance’s name to Chaplaincy Health Care (hospice) 1480 Fowler Street, Richland Washington 99352, CHAPLAINCYHEALTHCARE.ORG

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  • Connie was my Godmother. I have so many great memories of spending time out on the farm with the family. She was always very kind and patient and so talented. Sending my love to the whole family. She will be missed.

    January 6, 2023
  • Connie Edwards Coppersmith has been my best & closest friend since 1955. We made so many fond memories together: Riding horses, changing irrigation pipes, swimming in Columbia Park Lagoon in the 1950s & Passport Plunge indoor pool, & traveling to Kansas City, Missouri to attend Weaver Airline School. We sharing in each others marriage celebrations…I was her Maid of Honor; Connie was my Matron of Honor 8 months later in 1963. We shared our children…many birthday parties and special events. We loved her two girls! I loved the way Connie & Glen took care of each other for 59 years…they were great role models for our younger generations. Connie will be so missed by us.
    Don & Irma

    Irma Zacher
    January 4, 2023
    Pasco, Washington
  • Mom always enjoyed spending time with friends. Thank you everyone for the calls, cards, and loving comments.
    – Joleen

    Joleen Greenaway
    December 27, 2022
  • Joleen & Pam~

    I’m so very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing… I can remember her sitting at Nancy’s round oak table, always with a great big smile on her face, talking animals. She was always so positive.

    My deepest sympathy to you both.

    Ric Bricker

    Ric Bricker
    December 26, 2022
    Vancouver, WA
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