OBITUARY

Connie Leigh Heath

January 20, 1951September 1, 2020

Connie L. Heath, 69, was called to her Heavenly home on Sept 1, 2020, following a brief illness in Montgomery, AL.

Voted “Most Friendly” by her Class of ‘69 classmates at Phillips High School in Bear Creek, Alabama, Connie easily carried that title throughout her life on earth. With her infectious laugh, gentle spirit and gift of gab, Connie never met a stranger and lovingly cherished her many friends and family members. Connie was a dedicated member of Gateway Baptist Church and retired in 2011 after 16 years of employment with the State of Alabama. Following retirement Connie enjoyed traveling to Texas often to visit her children and granddaughters and to Puerto Rico on trips with her cousins.

She was proceeded in death by her parents O’Neal and Annie Lynn (Moland) Bobo and her first husband of 17 years, Maxie R. Frederick. Connie will forever be loved and remembered by her daughter Missy Frederick Tate (John); her son Chris Frederick (Christina); her two granddaughters, Cameron and Samantha Tate; her husband of 28 years, Zachary Heath and her four siblings: Jerry Bobo (Rev, ret), Sue Peppers, Elaine Wiggins and Philip Bobo.

Connie’s celebration of life will be held graveside Saturday September 5, 2020 at 2pm at Greenwood Serenity Memorial Gardens, 909 Lincoln Drive, Montgomery, AL 36109, with Rev Winston Brooks officiating.

If you so wish, donations in Connie’s memory can be made to The Respite Ministry of UMCM, 2416 W Cloverdale Park, Montgomery, AL 36106

The service will be livestreamed through the following link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Cemetery/Alabama-Heritage-Funeral-Home-Cemetery-106444443033800/

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, September 5, 2020

Memories

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Tricia Hill

September 5, 2020

Connie and I were friends for years while she and I were neighbors and co workers at AUM. Her smile was infectious and her personality was always happy and content. She will always be remembered by that sweet smile and southern charm she carried. I will forever be grateful I knew her and loved her. She was a beautiful lady in more ways than one!!!!

Tim Godsey

September 4, 2020

Connie was such a humble and sweet young lady in high school and im sure through out her life and Maxie had a special place in my life too

Connie Wiginton

September 4, 2020

Connie and I shared good times during our school years. We laughed many times together. I am sorry for your loss.

Brenda Chaney

September 4, 2020

The Class of 1969 will be forever grateful for the time that we had with Connie. So many memories.
Our hearts are broke, just as I know yours are too.
I pray that the Lord comforts you and always remember, those memories that you have of Connie are yours and no one can take them from you.
Prayers for all of Connie's Family
Love and Prayers Frank and Brenda Chaney

Peggy Little

September 4, 2020

Missy, Chris, & families, my heart has been aching for all of you at the passing of your precious mother, grandmother, sister, family, & friend. I cherish all the great memories that we made during our carefree years as classmates & friends at dear old PHS. Connie was a special person that touched so many in a positive way. You were so blessed to have had her as a loving influence in each of your lives.
My prayer is that GOD will keep HIS loving arms around each of you during this difficult time giving you all understanding, strength, comfort, & peace. May the many beautiful memories you have give you much comfort & peace in the coming days. Even though none of us were ready for her to go we know she is in a better place with no more suffering & pain. Connie will live on forever in all of our hearts. You will be in our thoughts & prayers-please stay in touch.
Love & hugs to you all.❤️🙏

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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