Constance Lee "Connie"
Mar 29, 1956 - Sep 24, 2020
Posted by: Jo Aguirre
She was born in Norman on March 29, 1956, to the late William ‘Bill’ James Reynolds, Sr. and Peggy Sue Pettus. Connie was a phlebotomist by trade. Connie enjoyed singing, cookouts, camping, fishing and watching Andy Griffith, Golden Girls and Bonanza, and spending time at Lake Eufaula. Her favorite past time was spending time with her children and grandchildren. A loving mother, grandmother and sister, she will be deeply missed.She is survived by her children, Joshua Bryant Smith and wife Barbara, Sommer Jonaca Evans, Brittany Nicole McRavin and husband Heath; grandchildren, Tristan Freelen, Jaymee Gates, Wesley Smith, Bryant Smith, Kaitlynn Smith, Kaiden McRavin, Kash McRavin; great grandchildren, Hudson Freelen, Krew Zachary Wade; brothers, Mark Gerard Reynolds, Dan Martin Reynolds and wife Carolyn; sisters, Mary Jana Christian and husband Bob, Dana Geralyn Reynolds, Teresa Sue Larsh; and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members.
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