Constance Estella Brandt

17 septembre 19495 octobre 2021

Constance “Coni” Estella Brandt—September 17, 1949 to October 5, 2021

Constance “Coni” Estella Brandt, 72, of Southport, NC, passed away unexpectedly on October 5, 2021. Daughter of the late Matthew Charles Brandt, Jr. and the late Phoebe Rae Drennen, Coni was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Kensington, Maryland. Coni received her B.A. degree in Sociology and English Literature, magna cum laude, from Shaw University in 2002.

Coni retired from a Federal Civilian career in the Department of the Army as the Command Group Secretary for the 596th Transportation Brigade (SDDC) Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point where she was presented the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service. Coni was also an award-winning author of poems and short stories.

Coni is survived by her sons, Joseph Patrick Hooker and Matthew Jeffrey Welborn; four grandchildren; and sisters Dr. Linda D. Drennen and Adjunct Professor, Arlene F. Drennen.

She was preceded in death by her daughter, Laura Welborn; her brother, Samuel Edwin Brandt; and her sister Rae Anne Garrison.

A private cremation has taken place at Peacock - Newnam & White Funeral and Cremation Service in Southport, North Carolina.

In lieu of flowers, Coni would prefer donations made to a charity of your choice.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.peacocknewnamwhite.com for the Brandt family.

Peacock - Newnam & White Funeral and Cremation Service, Southport, North Carolina.


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Constance Estella Brandt


Colleen Rupkalvis

21 octobre , 2021

Coni was such a wonderful person, who made me and my family feel so welcome when we arrived in Southport and to Sunny Point. She took wonderful care of my husband, COL James Rupkalvis, when he took command of Sunny Point, and she became a close family friend over the years. We miss you Coni, and we are Blessed that you were a part of our lives.

Precious Bernard

18 octobre , 2021

Ms. Coni will most certainly be missed! She was one of the sweetest souls I have ever met. We worked together at Sunny Point and I will forever hold the many great memories that we made in my heart. I am praying for your family during this difficult time!!

Vicki Metcalf

13 octobre , 2021

I worked with your Mom on Scott AFB. She was personable & fun to be around.. She will be remembered with fond memories - Vicki 🌵❤️🌵

Cheryl Brame

12 octobre , 2021

My friend, I miss you so much. I think of the fun we had at Shaw and the Corps of Engineers. I remember your short stories and excerpts from you book. How I wish you had finished. I keep reading the text you sent me on Tuesday, then you were gone. I miss you so much my friend, Coni.

Teresa Willetts-Davis

12 octobre , 2021

She was always a kind gentle sole. I enjoyed hearing her stories! Rest In Peace Coni, tell mom hi for me. Love Teresa

Mary Stilwell

12 octobre , 2021

Coni, you never forgot me; always checking to see if I was ok. After Ter passed, you shared wonderful memories with me. Whenever I needed something you came to my rescue. I am so sorry I had not been to see you in a while. God Bless you sweet lady, give my Ter a hug. I shall miss you and will remember the great love you showed to all. ❤️💔

John Edge

12 octobre , 2021

Coni, enjoyed working with you during our years at the Corps of Engineers, infact we just talk to each other about a month ago, will see you again when GOD calls me Home, my thoughts and prayers are with the family, GOD Bless...........

D W Storer

12 octobre , 2021

A friend you were
To such as me
Then Fate took you
So suddenly
I will remember the friendship
That was ours
Each time I see
The shining stars

Sheilla Figgins

12 octobre , 2021

Rest In Peace beautiful lady! I have enjoyed our talks and your strong Faith in the Lord! Your beautiful smile now graces Heaven! I will miss you! Love Sheilla!

William Adams

12 octobre , 2021

We always had a blast at work. Would get her snorting with laughter, even after she left the HQ to work at 596th. We always had such great banter and whenever either one of us were down we could bring the other up. I will truly miss you Coni.