Constance Moody Hamilton

September 15, 1957 - November 06, 2022


Obituary For Constance Moody Hamilton

Constance Moody Hamilton, age 65, passed away on November 6, 2022. Connie was born on September 15, 1957 in Raleigh, NC. Connie was preceded in death by many loved ones including her mother, Glenda Moody (Johnson); father, W.G. “Bill” Moody; grandmother, Pearl Hunt (Reardon); and aunt, Wanda Johnson. She is survived by two children, Jason Hamilton and wife Katherine; and Kyle Hamilton. She was the proud Nana to four grandchildren: Eleanor, Ruby, Wyatt, and Jordie Hamilton. Also surviving are two brothers, Sam and John Moody and cousin Patricia Casey.

Connie graduated from Garner Senior High School in 1975, then attended college and became a Registered Nurse. Connie helped many through the years in her career in nursing. She enjoyed gardening, floral arrangement, crafting, and cake decorating. Her lasagna and sweet tea will be missed as will her elaborate Christmas cookie decorating sessions. Connie always appreciated the arts and enjoyed painting, attending concerts, and visiting art galleries.

Connie struggled with mental illness and is now at peace, which she so long searched for. Connie was a lifelong Christian and in her brightest and darkest times found comfort in her faith, a cigarette, and a hot cup of coffee.

The family will receive visitors at a gathering at Renaissance Funeral Home on Monday, November 21, 2022 from 11:00am to 12:00 pm. The graveside burial service will take place at 4:00pm that same day at Marsh Swamp Free Will Baptist Church in Wilson, NC.

Because we know Connie would want to help others, in lieu of flowers donations can be made to NAMI or Raleigh Rescue Mission


21 Nov


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Renaissance Funeral Home 7615 Six Forks Road Raleigh, NC 27615 Get Directions »
21 Nov

Graveside Service

04:00 PM

Marsh Swamp Free Will Baptist Church 6664 Rock Ridge School Road Sims, NC 27880 Get Directions »
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  • November 16, 2022

    We are so very sorry for the loss of your loved one and my Mom's best friend. I remember when Mrs. Connie told me I was special when I was a teenager and she cross stiched a picture of a house and wanted me to finish it. I now have a family and new home of my own. My Mom & I will finish this project together for Mrs. Connie. R.I.P. Mrs. Connie. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  • November 15, 2022

    This is the perfect picture! I can hear her voice talking to me laughing Christmas her Lasagna! I will greatly miss her laugh and advise. I will always see coffee and cards and her love crafts and family. She would be proud and sad. No person wants to leave but she is in peace. I love you always!

  • November 15, 2022

    Jason, Kyle and all the family... Connie was a bright Christian light and I know we all will miss her sorely. She and I grew up together and considered ourselves sisters! We married our sweethearts and raised our families all while remembering our teenage years. Connie loved her family unconditionally. She always put God first even through her trials. She was so proud of you both and loved you and the grandchildren so much. She is at peace with no pain, rocking in her chair talking to Jesus. (I believe she is playing a piano, or singing in the heavenly choir, also ... this was her hope...) My deepest sympathies go out to you all during this sad time. I loved her so much. She was my best friend in school. I will miss her. I will continue to lift you up in prayer for comfort and peace. Deb & Stan Jones, Clayton, NC

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