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In Memory

Constance Adele Olive (Griffis)

Constance Adele Olive (Griffis)

Connie Griffis(1951 - 2011)
Connie Olive Griffis  
Pendleton, SC


Connie Olive Griffis, 59, wife of Wayne Griffis, died Saturday morning, April 23, 2011 at their home, 460 Wilson Road Central. Born June 23, 1951 in Columbus Georgia, she attended Columbus High School, Columbus College, and the Universof Georgia obtaining a Master's degree in Textile Design. She transitioned to Anderson County in 1976 due to the thstrong textile industry. She was an avid horsewoman and raised Arabian horses on her and Wayne's farm on Wilson Road. Connie has many beloved friends through her career, her equestrian activities, and her church, Pendleton Presbyterian.Connie is survived by her husband, Wayne Griffis, step-son Troy Griffis of Pendleton, mother Faye Olive of Anderson, brother Mike Olive (Janeice) of Rockledge FL and sisters Cindy Freund (Ronnie) of Columbus GA and Melissa Goss (Ron) of Pendleton.


A memorial service will be held on Sunday, May 1st at 2:00 at Pendleton Presbyterian Church officiated by Reverend Morton White, Jr. Visitation will follow in the church fellowship hall.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Pendleton Presbyterian Church, 603 Mechanic Street; P.O. Box 57  Pendleton SC 29670 or Hospice of the Upstate, Inc.; 1835 Rogers Rd; Anderson SC 29621.  


Condolences may be expressed at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or in person at Duckett-Robinson Funeral Hom
Central-Clemson Commons.
Funeral Home
Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home & Crematory
108 Cross Creek Road Central, SC 29630
(864) 639-2411
Published in The Greenville News on Apr. 25, 2011

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/greenvilleonline/obituary.aspx?n=connie-griffis&pid=150484372

 
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05/28/17 12:00 PM #1    

Otis White

I saw Connie at our 20th Reunion and she was just as cheerful and lovely as she was in high school. I remember at CHS being impressed by what a talented artist she was. I'm not a bit surprised that she found a way to use that talent to build a career. Selfishly, I wish Connie could be part of our 50th Reunion because I'd love to see a Connie Olive-designed t-shirt for our class. Rest in peace, Connie. We'll miss you.


07/27/18 03:02 PM #2    

Teresa (Terri) Wright (Lightmas)

I will always remember sharing secrets walking back and forth from your house to mine. You were beautiful, kind, smart, talented, fun and a great listener!  You and I understood each other during a time when that seemed so important. I'm  sorry that life got in the way of having a closer relationship after CHS. I hope your short life was full  and that we will meet, again. I will cherish your memory and our friendship always.


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