Henderson, Constance "Connie" Morck passed away peacefully on May 9, 2022 at the age of 98 after a short illness. She was preceded in death by her husband, John; parents, Hazel and Carl Morck; sisters, Marian Hubert, Vera Mae Morck, Zona Krinke, and brother, Darwin Morck. Connie is survived by her son, Thomas (Kathleen), daughter, Marcia (James) Behm; five grandchildren, Lee (Matt Holen) Henderson, Alison (Patrick) Bents, John (Ingrid) Henderson, Courtney (Jacob) Sponsel, and David (Emily Holtz) Behm; four great-grandchildren, August and June Bents, Benjamin and Theodore Sponsel; as well as numerous beloved nieces and nephews. Connie was born in North Branch, MN to Hazel and Carl Morck, 4th of 5 children. The family moved to White Bear Lake where Connie grew up and graduated from White Bear Lake High School. She attended nurses training during WW2 at Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis and later worked as an RN in a doctor's office. She met John on a blind date on Valentine's Day and they married 7 months later in 1947. John was the love of her life and lifelong partner until his death in 2015. John and Connie raised their family in Southeast Minneapolis and were active at Wesley United Methodist in Minneapolis. Later they moved to St. Anthony Village and then Applewood in Roseville, and were active at Centennial UMC. She lived the last 6 years at The Rosemount Senior Living. Connie took pride in keeping a home that welcomed and cared for her family and friends. She sewed and knitted, and made beautiful Norwegian sweaters and large quilts. She also volunteered at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital. A close group of friends had a "Birthday Club", playing 500 with lots of laughter and fun. All their kids grew up together. The Hendersons bought a cabin near Annandale that also became a gathering place for family and friends. As the last surviving family member of the "Greatest Generation", her family has learned from that perspective. She dearly loved having the grandchildren and great-grandchildren around her. She was always such a lady, with a fresh hairdo and lipstick. A service of remembrance will be held on Monday, May 23, at 11 AM at The Well United Methodist Church, 14770 Canada Ave, Rosemount, MN. Visitation one hour prior. Burial will take place at Sunset Cemetery in Minneapolis. Memorials may be directed to Minnesota Orchestra or Habitat for Humanity. Many thanks to the caring staff and residents at The Rosemount Senior Living and to Brighton Hospice. Washburn-McReavy.com Hillside Chapel 612-781-1999