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Celebrating the life of

Connie Littlefield King

November 21, 1953 - September 15, 2021

Connie Littlefield King

Connie L. King was a devoted and beloved wife, mother, and grandmother. She went to be with the Lord on Wednesday evening, September 15, 2021, after a short illness at 67 years old. 

Connie was born on November 21, 1953 to Anton and Carolyn Littlefield in Jesup, Georgia. She graduated from Wayne County High School in 1971. She went on to complete her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Early Childhood Education from Georgia Southern College. Connie was a lifelong educator. She worked with her grandchildren and students at Memorial Day School, where she was an active board member. She attended church at The Sanctuary of Savannah. 

Connie and Kenny, had just celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary on August 12th, 2021. She valued family above all else and relished playing games, traveling, spending time with, and helping out her family. 

She leaves behind her loving husband, Kenneth Randall King; children, Kevin Randall King (Stephanie) and Benjamin Allen King (Anna Kathryn); grandchildren, Jordan McKenzie King, Macey Elle King, Collin Parker Amerson; sister-in-law, Sharon Reddish (Kenneth); nieces and nephews, Amy Stipe (Billy), Alex Reddish (Cindy), Sean Reddish; cousins, Paula Pinyan, Pam Thompson, Rhonda Blocker, Lynn Parker; and her Black Lab, Millie King.

She is predeceased by her parents Robert Anton Littlefield and Carolyn Pinyan Littlefield.

Memorial services will be held Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Fox and Weeks, Hodgson Chapel. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service.

There will be a private family burial at Hillcrest Abbey East Mausoleum.

In lieu of flowers; remembrances in honor of Connie King may be sent to Memorial Day School, 6500 Habersham Street, Savannah, GA 31405.

 

 

 

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I am so sorry and I pray that God will comfort you all as you go through this very difficult time.

- Susan Brown Barfield, Savannah, GA

I am so very sorry to hear of Connie's passing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

- Stephanie P Mcgowan, Savannah, GA

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SENDING MY CONDOLENCES TO CONNIE'S FAMILY!! MAY GOD HOLD YOU IN HIS ARMS AND GIVE YOU STRENGTH, COMFORT, AND PEACE NOW AND THE UPCOMING DAYS IN THE FUTURE!! SHE WAS MY BEST FRIEND OF 63 YEARS!! I HAVE SUCH FOND MEMORIES OF TIMES SPENT TOGETHER AND OUR WEEKLY PHONE CALLS!! CONNIE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN BY ME! SHE IS ALREADY IN MY HEART FOREVER!! LOVE YOU CONNIE! YOU WERE LIKE A SISTER TO ME!!

- Angie Ham, Augusta, Georgia

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- Chuck Lewis, Macon, GA

Dear Ben and Family, I remember well how kind your Mother was to our family during our time of sorrow. Sending tender, loving thoughts to you and yours. "O perfect Life, in Thy completeness held, None can beyond Thy omnipresence stray; Safe in Thy Love, we live and sing alway Alleluia! Alleluia!" by Violet Hay Fifi & Arthur Weil

- Fifi & Arthur Weil, Atlanta, Ga

When I was 12 I lived in Jesup for 3 months while my father was stationed overseas. Connie befriended me early on and made the short time in Jesup easier for me. Throughout my life I have remembered Connie and the friendship she gave me. I am so sorry to learn of her passing and send my thoughts and prayers to her family.

- Judy Faulk Joyner , Centerville Ga, Ga

We are very sorry for your loss. May peace be with you all during this difficult time. Barney & Amy Paderewski

- Barney & Amy Paderewski, Savannah , GA

My dear friend Mrs. Connie King, I'm truly missing you, your smile and chats. My condolences and prayers goes out to the King's family. Your Security Guards Glenda Wilkerson and Jeannette J. Cooper

- Jeannette J Cooper, Savannah, Georgia

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200

  • A private burial will be held