Connie Jean Acker

Oct 8, 1933 - Feb 16, 2019


Connie Jean Acker was born October 8, 1933 in Findlay Ohio. She was the oldest of four children Born to George and Eileen (Dysinger) Webb. Her Parents proceeded her in death as did her sister Mary Gebauer.
Connie married Delmer Earl Acker in 1953 in Sacramento County. Delmer proceeded her in death in 2002. To this union was born four children: Steven Earl Acker of Elk Grove California, Thomas Delmar Acker of Sacramento California, George Robert Acker of Elk Grove California, Timothy Charles Acker Sacramento California. Unfortunately, her son Thomas Acker proceed her in death. Also surviving are three grandsons: Brian Acker, Chase Acker, Jeremy Acker and one granddaughter that was very special to Connie: Jennifer Acker. Connie also has 7 great grand Children. Two brothers also survive: Fred Webb of Elk grove California and Jim Webb of Lincoln California.
Connie graduated from Durham High School in Durham California in June of 1951. Connie attended colleges at Chico College and American River College. She was employed for many years as a loan underwriter at Granite Financial and American Savings and Loan Mortgage Company and even rose to the position of Vice President of the Underwriting Department.
Connie wrote and led a mentoring program and held the title of Bible Study’s Director at Christ Community Church She also led a prayer ministry at Arcade Baptist Church. One of Connie’s Favorite Bible verses was Psalm 91 and actually wrote a Bible study on it.
Connie loved the church and shared with her friends that tears are a gift from God. So precious that he puts them in a bottle to save.
It is a great privilege to write this eulogy to express the sadness that all of us boys share over her loss.
Mom, thank you for everything you’ve given us—and the warmth we shared during your precious time on earth.
With blessing and love always.


  • Jennifer OKeefe says:

    Connie you were A most beautiful amazing and encouraging friend. You were an incredible example of being God and others centered never without admitting your own weaknesses and making sure to give Jesus all the glory..One of Your hearts desires was to see others grow spiritually knowing the Lord deeper. I was blessed to be on the receiving end. You ministered to me In The midst of your own pain to make sure I was encouraged with the hope of Jesus in the middle of mine. My sweet Connie how I will miss you deeply….but… I WILL see you again 💕 My love and prayers go out to Tim, Rob Steven and family during this difficult time.

  • Tina Webb says:

    Connie was my Aunt. I’m the daughter of her brother Jim Webb. Aunt Connie was so special to me all my life. She always told me we were twins. What had the same heart and love for God. I got to be close to her in the last several years and was so blessed for it. I was able to be with her and her son’s Rob and Tim and Robs wife when she passed. It was very hard to see he go but knowing I will be with her again and that she is with our Lord has made her passing bearable. I will miss our talks and laughing. I love you Aunt Connie and will be with you again. Tina Webb

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