Connie Lavaine Moe

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Connie Lavaine Moe

Jan. 27, 1934 – Jan. 12, 2018

Connie Lavaine Moe died peacefully at her home in Anchorage on Jan. 12, 2018. She was 83 years old.

Connie was born on Jan. 27, 1934, in Minnesota. She was the daughter of Silas Kalberg and Lorraine Clapp.

Connie traveled to Alaska in 1954, where she married Ed Moe. They purchased a home in Anchorage, Alaska, which they resided in for over 63 years. She was an extremely nurturing wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. Connie had a passion for cooking for family and friends and made sure no one left her home hungry. She enjoyed hosting picnics with friends and family and everyone enjoyed her baked beans. Connie had a contagious giggle and beautiful smile that touched so many lives. She will be in our hearts forever and greatly missed.

Connie was preceded in death by her husband, Ed Moe, of 63 years; and her brother, Peter Kalberg.

Connie is survived by her children, Doug Moe of Homer, Debbie and her husband Jay Belcher, Chris and his wife Roxanna Moe and Cheri Backman; grandchildren, Inga, Kiel, Stacy, Barrett, Nick, Kristen, Hannah and Ryan; and seven great-grandchildren.

Memorial Donations may be made to Hospice of Anchorage, 2612 East Northern Lights Boulevard, Anchorage, AK 99508.

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