Constantine Adam Gerfelder

November 11, 1936 - April 23, 2022
Constantine Adam Gerfelder

Constantine Adam “Conni” Gerfelder, age 85 passed away on Saturday, April 23, 2022.

Connie was a member of King Solomon Lodge # 138 AF&AM, Ashlar Lodge # 765 AF&AM and Barger Lodge #325 in Pennsylvania. He was a Past Master.

Services for Conni will be held on Friday, May 6, 2022 at 7:00pm at the Scottish Rite Temple, located at 1415 S. 17th Street Wilmington, NC 28401. All are welcome to attend.

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  • May 04, 2022
    Kent says:
    Miss you my brother Conni I know you already have been to lodge eternal with all our departed brothers. Rest in peace with brotherly Love

  • May 07, 2022
    Gerda Pizzuto says:
    Coni was my brother, I loved him dearly. There where three of us Adolf Coni and me I was the youngest my name is Gerda. We had a great attachment for each other while growing up. They were always there to protect me. My brother Adolf died a few years ago and now my brother Coni reunited with everyone in Heaven especially his son Dieter. Rony his second son took wonderful care of him the last few years. I will miss him dearly.

  • May 16, 2022
    Norma Schadegg says:
    I can say that Coni made his mark on the lives he touched. As a gymnast he continuly pushed the envelope. If he wanted to master a skill he did what he felt he had to do to accomplish that, and he suffered a few injuries in the process. He was always striving to do better and from others I heard that his work ethic was strong. You were hard pressed to keep up with him. When he danced (and he was always a popular partner) you knew you had waltzed, polkaed or done a German Folkdance. Over the years we saw less of each other, but when we met there was always that warm smile and a hug. He showed interest in your life and shared thoughts on his. I will miss those greetings but they surely will continue as his soul soars and he unites with the spirits of those who have predeceased him. Bon Voyage Coni! My sincerest sympathy to Ron, his sister and nieces and nephews.

  • May 23, 2022
    Thila Bell says:
    Coni and I were dear friends and companions in our later life. We loved to go camping together and monthly dinners with his Shriner brothers. We shared memories and quiet times together holding hands, and watching birds from his front deck. I miss him terribly..