Connie Lynn Tarnowski

July 14, 1955 ~ April 4, 2020

Connie L. Tarnowski, 64, Sioux Falls, died Saturday, April 4, 2020, at the Sanford USD Medical Center following a stroke.

No services will be held at this time. Please check back for the updated time and location for a memorial service.

Connie was born in Becker Township, MN to Stanislaus and Lorna (Ashling) Tarnowski on July 14, 1955. She attended school at Chaska High School.  She then began a career working as a deckhand on the ships in the Great Lakes Region. She loved to travel around, getting to see new areas. She traveled around for several years and eventually had three sons. She moved to Sioux Falls and began working in information technology for Gateway. She worked for a few other places, also in computers, with her most recent being Midco Communications.

Her favorite things to do was to listen to music, drink coffee, play her guitar or piano, chess, or just talking to people. Connie had unconditional love for her family, despite anything that her boys did, she loved them and nothing could stand in her way of that. She also enjoyed and loved her grandchildren.

Connie will be deeply missed by her three sons, Nathan (Lindsay) Tarnowski, Sioux Falls, Michael Tarnowski, Fredericksburg, VA, and Shawn (Amanda Cain) Tarnowski, Fort Collins, CO; nine grandchildren, Hailey, Joshua, Alexa, Annabelle, Abigail, Abrielle, Isaac, Sophia, and Zac, and soon to be arriving, Charlotte Joelle Tarnowski; her mother, Lorna Tarnowski, Minneapolis, MN; one brother Michael (Linda) Tarnowski, Bloomington, MN; and two nieces, Emmaline and Samantha.

Connie was preceded in death by her father, Stanislaus Tarnowski.

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  • Shorty says:

    My deepest condolances to the Tarnowski family!!!

  • Carmelo Rodriguez MELO says:

    Connie was a great woman she have me a hug everytime I saw her she will be missed.

  • Melissa Dahl says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to everyone.

  • Josh Smith says:

    Rest in peace Connie.

  • Jeremy and Rachel Waddell (Tune & Sugar) says:

    Praying for you all during this difficult time. Hold on to the good memories. God Bless You. ❤️

  • Michele Cain says:

    To Shawn, Michael and Nathan,
    Chip and I are wishing you Boys and and your families Peace to bring you Comfort, The Courage to face the days ahead, And the Loving Memories of your Mom to forever hold in your hearts.
    Chip and I want you to remember the Joy and to forget the Pain and to let your tears fall like rain.
    We want you boys to remember the fun and all the happy times past.
    Because the Sadness you and your Family are feeling right now won’t always Last.
    Chip and I want to Express our deepest
    Sympathy!!
    Love you Shawn…
    Mom and Dad Cain

  • Kim Johnson says:

    I was so saddened to hear of Connies passing. I worked with her for many years. She was such a great person. She would always remember what was going on with people and ask them how they were.
    God’s speed Connie. You are missed!

  • Ron and Cyndy Obe: OBE AND JAMMERBE says:

    Cyndy and I were so shocked to hear of your Mom’s passing. God has called her home where she is part of that “Great cloud of witnesses” who have no more pain or tears. BUT remember she is keeping her eye on you and your brothers, and family. Especially the Grand Kids whom I know she loved very much. She’s leading the cheering section for you. The love she had for you on earth, is even more multiplied in heaven. And she will be there some day to welcome you home, because you will see her again, face to face. Until then, she will be missed.

  • Ronn Beyer says:

    I had worked with Connie at Knology for quite a few years. I had just chatted with her on Jan 11th via Llinkedin. I am very sad to hear of her passing. She had a GOOD soul. God Speed Connie.

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