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In Memory: Constance “Connie” Wilson

Constance "Connie" Wilson. Photo courtesy of the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Social worker Constance “Connie” P. Wilson is credited with doing more to develop and create a mental health system in Kentucky than anyone else.

Wilson, who was a social work professor for 43 years, also was instrumental in starting a graduate program in social work at the University of Kentucky.

Social workers in Kentucky lost a champion when Wilson died Monday at age 86. She is survived by husband P. David Wilson and three surviving sons. You can read her wonderful obituary in the Lexington Herald-Leader by clicking here.

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