Funeral services for Connie Joyce Gannon of Arapaho will be held Sunday, March 19th at 3pm at The Avenue Church on Custer Avenue in Clinton, officiated by Ross Foster.

Ms. Gannon died the evening of March 9th, 2023 surrounded by family in her home. She was born in Clinton, OK on June 23, 1954 to Walter Gannon and Lula (Walthan) Gannon. Ms. Gannon was raised in Clinton alongside her five sisters affectionately referred to as the “Gannon Girls”.

She was the last surviving sister.

Ms. Gannon worked in a variety of jobs over the years.

Her first job was as a Sonic carhop which she began at the age of 12 years old.

Later in life, she worked primarily in the health care field providing in-home care and company to disabled individuals, which she enjoyed tremendously.

Ms. Gannon’s primary focus in life was raising her 3 daughters. Despite being a single parent for the majority of her life she was able to provide her daughters a life full of laughter and love.

Over the years her family grew quite large. She had 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Ms. Gannon was preceded in death by her parents Walter and Lula (Walthan) Gannon and her sisters, Deloris O’Dell, Margie Clark, Jenny Shindler, Patricia Harris, Nancy Mauk, and her brother Jimmie Gannon.

She is survived by her 3 daughters Katina (Goss) Pyron and her husband Shawn Pyron, Kasey Goss and her husband Ruben Uribe, and Julia Goss and her husband Edward Rivera; all of Arapaho. 11 grandchildren; Kimber Pyron and her wife Nicki, Jalen Hernandez, MeKayla Hernandez, Justice (Uribe) Davis and her husband Marshall, Ethan Pyron, Emma Pyron, Jayca Matthews, Dajah Matthews, Garrett Pyron, Ciara Matthews, and 3-3 Matthews, and one great-grandson, Holden Pyron.