Connie Louise Prouty, age 62 of Anchor Point, passed away Aug. 13, 2014 at South Peninsula Hospital.
Connie was born Dec. 12, 1951 in Portland, Ore., to Lyle and Leta Mae (Wilson) Hutson. She moved to Alaska in 1977 and lived in Togiak, Levelock, Anchorage and Valdez Creek before settling in Anchor Point.
Connie was a member of the Anchor Point Baptist Church and was an EMT III with Anchor Point Emergency Services, where she received numerous awards. She enjoyed beading, photographing eagles and dog mushing.
Her family says, “Connie loved the Lord, hence she loved to help people. Being an EMT and a caregiver helped her to do this. She loved the outdoors and especially the 12.5 years she lived in a small cabin on Valdez Creek raising our daughters, dog mushing and viewing wildlife. She gave incredible support to her husband through their 31.5 years of marriage — in both the good and bad times.”
She was preceded in death by her parents, Lyle Hutson and Leta Mae Adams.
Connie is survived by her loving husband, Michael; daughters, Addie Prouty and Katherine Prouty all of Anchor Point; brother, Donald Hutson of Hayden, Idaho and sisters, Donna Howard of Redmond, Ore. and Lonna Carnahan of Bend, Ore.
Memorial services will be next summer at the Prouty home in Anchor Point.
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