Connie Elliott

Nov. 29, 1923 – Feb. 28, 2018

MOHALL – Concetta

Benedetta Pasqualena

“Connie” Elliott, 94,

Mohall, died Wednesday,

Feb. 28, 2018, at a Minot


She was born Nov. 29,

1923, in New York City, to

John and Rosa

(Pietronave) Centanaro.

She was raised and edu-

cated in New York City

and worked as a secretary

at NBC.

On June 29, 1946, Con-

nie married Gordon El-

liott. They lived and

worked in New York City

until 1954 when they

moved back to North

Dakota where Gordon

took over the operation of

the family farm. Connie

worked for many years as

a farm wife and also car-

ing for her father-in-law.

At the age of 65, Connie

began working as a CNA

at the Good Samaritan So-

ciety, Mohall. She retired

at the age of 86. Gordon

died July 13, 1994.

Connie was a member

of St. Jerome Catholic

Church, Mohall, where

she sang in the church

choir. She was very active

in the community. She

was the secretary for the

District 1 Democrats and

sat on the local Election

Board. She served as 4-H

leader for many years and

was a member of a bridge

club and the community

theater group. She baked

numerous wedding cakes

and enjoyed Italian cook-

ing, especially ravioli and

pasta meals.

Family: children, John

(Patricia) Elliott, Omaha,

Neb., Roseanne (Joseph)

Marquez, Williston,

Timothy (Kathy) Elliott,

rural Mohall;

daughter-in-law, Linda El-

liott, Alexandria, Minn.;

stepson, Ronald (Betty) El-

liott, Granville; grandchil-

dren, Elizabeth, Rebecca,

Kevin, Margaret, Eloise,

Gina, Matthew, Sierra,

Kiel, Christopher, Jen-

nifer, Jessica and Jerri;

great-grandchildren, Gian-

na, Katie, Alexa, Zoey,

Selena, Misty, Alicia, and


Connie was preceded

in death by: her parents;

husband, Gordon; son,

Paul; and sister, Joann


Funeral: 10:30 a.m., Fri-

day, March 9, 2018, at St.

Jerome Catholic Church,


Burial: Mohall Com-

munity Cemetery, Mohall.

Recitation of the

Rosary: 7 p.m., Thursday,

March 8, 2018, at the


Visitation: 3 to 5 p.m.,

Thursday, at Brose Fun-

eral Home, Mohall.