September 15, 1933 - December 30, 2021
Constance Jacqueline Talbot Thomas went to be with the Lord on December 30, 2021.
She was born on September 15, 1933 in Waterville Maine, daughter of Mary and Armond Talbot. She attended school in Winslow Maine where she was active in the Honor Society, sports, glee club, and a variety of other clubs.
Connie married her high school sweetheart, Richard Charles Thomas, on November 24, 1954. They were married for 58 years and had 4 children, moving several times while Dick served in the USAF. Connie was involved in the lives of her children, serving as Girl Scout leader, and volunteering at churches and schools. She was a strong woman and kept the family together while Dick was deployed twice when their children were young.
Connie and Dick retired to South Carolina and were active in the community of Givhans for over 30 years. Connie continued to be involved in the lives of their children, grandchildren, and then great grandchildren. She continued volunteering on the military base, at the Dock Street Theater, at church, and reached out to many families in need. She won ribbons at the Dorchester County Fair for her dolls, quilts, cross stitch, and sewing projects and her family were the grateful recipients of her masterpieces.
Courageous Connie moved to Loveland, Colorado 3 years ago and enjoyed living at the Wexford, where she made many friends and had new adventures.
Connie loved her family and friends and was happiest when she was around children. She was a woman of great faith and lead her family by her quiet example of love and service to others.
Connie was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, brother Richard, son Rick, and daughter Stephanie. She is survived by her sister Barbara, daughter Barbara (Dennis), daughter Peggy (Bob), grandchildren Matt (Kindra), Brian (Alli), Katie, Molly (Ben), Cameron, great-grandchildren Madison, Savanna, Kailey, Oliver, Brooklyn, Charlotte, and Gwenneth, family in North Carolina and Maine.
The family plans a celebration of life service in Charleston in the summer.