Dr. Georgia Kathleen Connor went home to be with the Lord, at the age of 69, on January 20, 2019, in Port Angeles, WA. She will be lovingly remembered by her sister, Eileen Summit; her two brothers, Brad and Duncan Connor; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and colleagues. Dr. Connor was born November 20, 1949, in Columbus, Ohio, to Nolen D. Connor DVM and Lena Grace (Cooper) Connor. She attended Kalamazoo Central High School, and Western Michigan University. She was also a member of the Kalamazoo Junior symphony Orchestra and was fondly referred to as "Kathy". She received her B.F.A., and M.A., with honors, from The The Ohio State University School of Arts and Sciences, then performed PhD research in Neuroscience and Neuro-Feedback at UCLA and VAMC. As a Neuroscientist in her private biofeedback practice, Mind Moves, Dr. Connor served learning challenged children, in southern California, for more than 30 years. In 1993, she founded Possibility Kids 2001, a non-profit organization. She was an inventor and created the prototype, "Mind Moves Study Buddy," which was designed to help children synchronize their brains to hear words at the same rate as their peers, so that they could hear, speak, and communicate. She was an active member of the Association of Christian Therapists for 15 years, which was a very important part of her Charismatic healing and spiritual life. In 2015, she moved to Washington State and resided in Sequim and then Port Angeles. A Celebration of Life Service for Dr. Connor will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, July 13, 2019, at the Chapel of Mount Ever-Rest Memorial Park South Cemetery, 3941 S. Westnedge Ave., Kalamazoo 49008 with Pastor Dan Duncan officiating. Interment of her ashes will take place alongside her parents. She was graced with the special gifts of singing, dancing, playing the violin and piano, writing poetry, and she derived great pleasure in communicating with animals (cats, dolphins, birds, and squirrels), and being in nature. She loved her work and especially enjoyed helping children and adults discover their special gifts. Her joy for life, contagious giggle, and habit of fluffing her bangs, will be terribly missed. Dr. Connor showed her unyielding faith for our Lord Jesus Christ up through the end of her battle with pancreatic cancer. Rest in peace dear sister.