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Constance “Connie” Williamson Waters

Date of Death: December 28, 2021
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Connie Williamson Waters, 72 of Huntly, VA passed away on Tuesday, December 28, 2021. Connie was born in Alexandria, VA in 1949 to Jeanne and the late Raymond Williamson. Connie was a native of Northern VA. She raised her family in VA and later in life, she treasured her time in the mountains of Huntly,Continue Reading

Michael Waters left a message on January 17, 2022:
Constance, And to me you will always be Constance! Please know that you will forever be held in such high regard in so many hearts by so many people. For me Personally, I cannot thank you enough for giving me two beautiful and talented daughters, two smart and accomplished stepsons and a host of beautiful grandchildren. Constance, a job very well done. Wonderful memories to be held in my heart and mind always. Again, I thank you most sincerely...and put in a good word for me up there please. Michael
Charles Jordahl left a message on January 17, 2022:
I'll never forget you. No one was ever kinder to me. You never gave up on me, or the other delinquents. God bless you, we should all hope to be as open and sweet and vulnerable as you were. I love you, Connie.
Elaine Laux left a message on January 16, 2022:
came by today to see you Though I had to let you know If I knew the last time that I held you was the last time I'd have held you and never let go Oh it's kept me awake night wonderin' I lie in the dark, just asking why? I've always been told you won't be called home until it's your time I guess Heaven was needing a hero Somebody just like you Brave enough to stand up for what you believe and follow it through When I try to make it make sense in my mind The only conclusion I come to Is that Heaven was needing a hero like you By Jo Dee Messina Remembering you always Connie! High School friends and reconnected later in life via Facebook. Your kindness, your sense of fun, your forgiving and loving nature are such rare attributes these days. Rest in peace.
Lisa Gates left a message on January 12, 2022:
I'm so sorry to hear about Connie. She was a wonderful daycare provider to both my children Tyler and Jake. I have nothing but fond memories of her and her children.
Barbara Neilson left a message on January 11, 2022:
I am so saddened to learn that Connie has passed away. I will always remember her for the wonderful loving care she provided for my youngest daughter Leslie when we lived in Sterling VA. I saw Connie almost daily when she cared for my daughter and through that relationship we forged a friendship. Connie was fun socially and had a wonderful sense of humor. I loved having her as my friend. Of all her children, I knew Jessica the best as she was the same age as my daughter and they were friends.I know her heart is broken and she will miss her mother so much as I'm sure all the children will miss her. I would like to offer my heartfelt condolences to Connie's children, her mother, and all of her loved ones. Although we moved from Sterling long ago and Connie and I had not been in touch for years, I will remember her always. May she live forever in the hearts of those who love her and may God keep her safe in his arms forever.
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Gary left a message on January 10, 2022:
Connie could always bring a smile to my face. She had a wry sense of humor and nothing was off limits. If I wanted to talk sports, politics, world events, local news she had an opinion and had reference for her reasoning. I enjoyed her way of getting to the point and cutting thorough the BS. I've know Connie since she was 14/15 and I started dating her older sister Pam. Connie could always be counted on to 'dummy up' to cover for Pam and I get around some parental rules. Keep that subtle smile on your face I'll always remember. Will miss you Connie. - Gary
Matt Lucas left a message on January 8, 2022:
Last time Connie and I spoke was at her brother Lee's celebration of life. I mentioned how cool it was that we lived not too far away from each other in Sugarland Run in the 70s. She said, "Ya, we were hippies." Laughing, I said, "I never thought of us as hippies." But she was right. We were living in the moment of life. Our homes we open to all friends at all times. I remember my parent's friends sleeping in front of our fireplace in sleeping bags, cooking steaks on the grill on Saturday night, and listening to vinyl records (crazy, we've been spinning some of these same records recently at my house now!). On occasion I would ride my bike over to Connie's house, a mile away maybe. I'd say hello and then ride my bike in the dirt pit behind her house. A church stands there today. Connie always brought out the best in people. I miss you dearly. Forever my "hippie aunt." -Matt
Betsy and Lee Williamson left a message on January 8, 2022:
Even though we did not see you often Connie, we love you dearly. God Bless you in Heaven.
Pamela Williamson Lucas left a message on January 8, 2022:
Fondly remember us as little sisters in pigtails and our sunsuits, playing in our sandbox. Such tiny toes in the sand. So innocent and loving. A forever memory.
Pamela Williamson Lucas left a message on January 8, 2022:
My sister love for you will be treasured and remembered forever.
Jessica left a message on January 4, 2022:
I’ll love you forever
Stephanie Traylor left a message on January 4, 2022:
In memory of Constance "Connie" Williamson Waters, Stephanie Traylor lit a candle
Jordan Marie Cake left a message on January 2, 2022:
In memory of Constance "Connie" Williamson Waters, Jordan Marie Cake lit a candle
Jeff, Estelle, Jordan and Tate Cake left a message on January 2, 2022:
In memory of Constance "Connie" Williamson Waters, Jeff, Estelle, Jordan and Tate Cake lit a candle
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