Connie Unseld Biography – Connie Unseld Wiki
Connie Unseld is the wife of Wes Unseld, an American professional basketball player, coach, and executive. Connie and her daughter Kimberley serve as teachers at Unselds School in Baltimore, Maryland. Connie opened the school in 1979.
Connie Unseld Age
Connie Unseld’s age is unclear. However, her husband Wes Unseld was born on March 14, 1946, in Louisville, Kentucky and died on June 2, 2020, at the age of 74.
Connie Unseld Children
Wes Unseld and wife Connie Unseld had 2 children, daughter Kimberley Unseld and son Wes Unseld Jr..
Wes Unseld Death
Wes Unseld died on June 2, 2020, at the age of 74. According to his family, he had lengthy health issues, most recently with pneumonia.
Wes Unseld’s family said in a statement, “It is with profound sadness that we share that our adored husband, father and grandfather Wes Unseld passed away peacefully this morning surrounded by family following lengthy health battles, most recently with pneumonia. He was the rock of our family – an extremely devoted patriarch who reveled in being with his wife, children, friends and teammates. He was our hero and loved playing and working around the game of basketball for the cities of Baltimore and Washington D.C., cities he proudly wore on his chest for so many years.
“His legacy lives on in the family he treasured – his daughter Kim, son Wes, daughter-in-law, Evelyn, grandchildren Layla and Wes and the love of his life for 50 years, his wife Connie – and in the community through the Unselds’ School, where the entire family contributed to enriching the lives of Baltimore’s youth.
“We would like to thank everyone who knew and loved him, personally and professionally, for their support during this loss. We will share information in the near future about how we will celebrate Wes’ incredible life. At this time, the family would appreciate privacy as they navigate this difficult loss. In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations be made to the Unselds’ School [in Baltimore, Maryland] using this link.”