Connie and her husband, Bill, live in Del Lago with their three dogs enjoying golfing and dog walking. She is a native of Tucson and worked for Pima County Sheriff’s Office and Arizona Department of Public Safety as a police dispatcher/supervisor for a decade then began work in customer service with American Airlines for over 21 years. In her careers, training others was a focus for her.
Fitness has always been important to Connie, but never more when she suffered a herniated disc in her neck. Following doctor’s advice, she began practicing Pilates. She has managed her neck injury with Pilates and now shares the Pilates Method of exercise with everyone willing to try. Connie was certified in Mat and Equipment Pilates by The Arizona Pilates Academy in 2008. She instructed for the Academy until opening The Pilates Station located in the community building at Academy Village in 2012. She also serves as their Fitness Director. Her passion for helping others led her to become a Director on the IMPACT of Southern Arizona Board in 2014.
A Michigander who is loving the desert.
Bill Plummer graduated from the United States Military Academy, WestPoint, and has a Masters Degree from Northern Arizona University. He was an officer in the Infantry. Upon leaving the Army, he graduated First in Class from the Eastern Washington Police Academy and received a First in Physical Fitness. He became a deputy in Spokane Country. There he served on the SWAT Team and was a K-9 officer. He then moved to Tucson where he graduated First in Class from the Tucson police lateral Officers’ Academy and received a First in Physical Fitness. He continued to serve on the Tucson Police Department for over 25 years, retiring in 2008.
Bill plays golf and works out to keep physically fit, including weight training, aerobics, and Pilates. Bill received his Pilates training at The Arizona Pilates Academy.