October 6, 1941 — April 21, 2022
Connie A. Mussman (née Roehrich), of Saint Louis, Missouri, passed away Thursday, April 21, 2022, at the age of 80. Loving wife of the late Richard Earl Mussman; beloved daughter of the late John and Concetta Roehrich (née DiCarlo) ; devoted mother of John (Denise) Mussman, Timothy (Teresa) Mussman, Christine Kilpack-Mussman; cherished grandmother of Phoebe Lyn (Cody Pinkner) Mussman, Camille Marie Mussman, Timothy Scott Mussman, Jr., Zephaniah Albert Mussman, and Lily Eden Kilpack; dear sister of Rosalind (Richard) Lauer and Margaret Cox; goddaughter of Marie Sansone (née DiCarlo). Connie had a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone. She was an amazing homemaker for her family and the most wonderful cook to all. She was known as “The Italian Baker” to many of her friends. Family was the most important thing in her life. She also had a strong relationship with her Aunt Marie Sansone, who was her Godmother. Connie was the best mom and was a Girl Scout Leader and a Cub Scout Den Mother for her kids’ troops. They also took lots of family vacations, camping trips and trips to the Lake of the Ozarks. Connie and Richard had a real-life love story and were married for 52 years, they are once again reunited. They enjoyed traveling together; they went to England, France, Finland, Germany, and took more cruises than you can count. They went on a family cruise for their 50th anniversary, and there was one rule: you had to have fun and go to the formal dinner every night! Connie was very social and a real people person, and she could meet a friend anywhere she went. She had a group of girlfriends, known as the "Card Club," who went to lunch together every month. She had a wonderful outlook on life, always positive and happy, and a very fun spirit. Proud of her faith, she read her bible every morning while drinking her coffee. Connie had an abundance of hobbies in her life: reading, watching Christmas Lifetime movies and the Food Network, traveling, crafting, and cooking. She loved all the holidays, but Christmas was her favorite, and her love language was gift giving. She loved making crafts including candles, flowers, cake decorating, and much more. Connie also enjoyed painting with watercolors and acrylics. She loved handing out homemade bread, chocolates, and candies. Connie was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Memorials may be made in Connie 's name to College of the Ozarks "Hard Work U" or Siteman Cancer Center. Baue Funeral Homes is currently following CDC recommendations regarding mask and social distancing policies.