Connie Sue Hatcher Davis, 72, passed away in Provo, Utah on June 2, 2015, she is loved by her family after a long battle with health complications.\n\nConnie was born on 15 September 1942 in North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska the daughter of James Stanley Hatcher Jr. and Audrey Florence Johnson. She was the oldest of 4 children.\n\nShe attended Boulder High School and treasured that time in life while doing much in the arts with theater and dance. She often recounted her great faith in her home while growing up for the Lord Jesus Christ during these years with family.\n\nConnie loved life and her greatest desire was to be a wife and mother. In 1960 she eloped and traveled to San Diego where she married David L. Arnson. While there Charles and Marcie Todd were instrumental in their weddings whom become God Parents to the family. In 1966 Connie had her first baby Jeffrey, then in 1969 Gregory was born and then in 1971 Michael was born. Having her three sons and becoming a mother was one of her most honored moments and most fulfilling times in her life. She always valued her motherhood. One of the favorite things Connie prized as a mother was driving her three sons during the 1970's and 1980's to all their soccer and baseball games. She was very active in the community and often loved being the team mom helping out where she could.\n\nOne of the major highlights of Connie's life was finding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints through Kenneth Von Davis and getting married to him for Time and for All Eternity in 1992 in the Salt Lake Temple. They started and built their dream home in Pleasant Grove, Utah where she loved to make meals and entertain family, friends and especially her grandchildren.\n\nShe felt it important to be the best Grandma to all her Grandchildren, so she seemed to always make time for family and always considered it to be precious and sacred time to be with them. Family was always woven into Connie and part of her fabric and nature to help all around feel loved. Which relates best for her collection and love of old fashion quilts for all to be welcomed and surrounded in warmth, comfort.\n\nShe thought that day would never come to be a grandmother, however that happy day came and she is survived by nine Grandchildren Mikaela (18), Ryan (16), Ashley (14), Isaac (12), Adam (11), Audrey (9), David (8), Michelle (6), Mikelle (4). Connie was always seeking to bring happiness to her Grandchildren when they visited her home with gifts and treats. We will all miss our beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and a child of God, Connie Sue. Hurrah for Israel!\n\nA graveside service will be held on Monday, June 8th, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in the Clover Cemetery, Rushton Valley, Tooele County. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com.