Connie Feallock Scheid, loving wife, mother, grandmother & great-grandmother went to be with her Lord, November 10, 2021. Connie was born on January 28, 1934 in Michigan City, IN to Walter H. and Cornelia (Rachor) Feallock. Connie was a graduate of Elston High School and Indiana University, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. She married Jack D. Scheid on December 23, 1954 in Michigan City, IN.
Connie was a 50-year member of the First Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Frankfort, where she served as Deacon and was active in several committees. Some of the ways Connie demonstrated her faith were by leading bible studies and delivering Meals on Wheels in the Frankfort community. She was a member of Tri Kappa, Literary Club, and served as Northwest Indiana-Regional Director for the Indianapolis Symphony. Connie was chairperson of the Riley PTA and worked on projects for Habitat for Humanity. She enjoyed many annual get-togethers with her Michigan City High School friends.
A devoted mother and grandmother, and friend to many, she was a gracious, elegant, thoughtful woman who embraced and cared for others, and was loved and appreciated by everyone who knew her. Connie’s gentle spirit will be missed.
Contributions in Connie’s memory are preferred to Right to Life of Indianapolis, 1060 East 86th Street #61B, Indianapolis, IN 46240 www.rtlindy.org/home/donate or First Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 352 W. Clinton Street, Frankfort, IN 46041.
Visitation and Services
A Celebration of Life will be from 2:30-5 p.m. Sunday, March 13, 2022, held at Arborwood by Shoup's, 100 Golf Preserve Lane, Frankfort.
She is survived by her husband of sixty-six years, Jack D. Scheid, five children: Dr. D. Kevin (wife Diana) Scheid of Indianapolis, Stacy (husband Steve) Selbo of Woodstock, VT, Kathy (husband Jeff) Andress of Indianapolis, Sandy (husband Greg) Welch of Venice, FL, and Becky (husband John) Peterson of Indianapolis, 17 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Connie was preceded in death by her parents, and her brother, Col. William “Bill” Feallock.