Reynolds, Connie Virginia Nutt Connie was born on February 11, 1944, in Atlanta, GA at Crawford Long Hospital. She went to Heaven to be with the Lord on August 19, 2012, at Ashton Hall Senior Living in Lawrenceville, GA, after having a lengthy battle with Alzheimers. Connie was the daughter of Minnie Ruth King and Charlie Earl Mitchell, both deceased. She was a Christian wife and loving mother for 55 years! She retired from The Department of Administrative Services DOAS with the State of Georgia in 1998 after many years of faithful service. She is survived by her husband, William Carl Reynolds, Sr., of Newnan; her three daughters: Rhonda Pennington of Loganville, Rebecca Reid and husband, Charles Dana of Snellville, and Rose Jinks and husband, Scott of Cumming; three step-children: Kristi Ozmore and husband, Vince of Newnan, William Carl Reynolds, Jr. of Acworth and Daryl Reynolds of Acworth; one sister, deceased Juanita Mauldin and husband, Leonard of Chamblee; and three brothers: Earl Mitchell and wife, Matilda of Alpharetta, Douglas Mitchell and wife, Patsy of Suwanee, and Sam Mitchell and wife, Susan of Cumming. Connie is also survived by six grandchildren: Jeffrey Scott Pennington, Jr. of Atlanta, Jessica Pennington of Loganville, Haley Reid of Snellville, Chas Reid of Snellville, Taylor Jinks of Cumming, and Madison Jinks of Cumming. She is also survived by nine nieces and four nephews: Donna Wine of Sanford, FL, Angela Hicks of Suwanee, Dawn King of Suwanee, Lydia Scialabba of Trabuco Canyon, CA, SuSu Scialabba of Park Ridge, IL, and Jennifer Goodman of Dallas, TX, Skeet Mitchell of Hoschton, Billy Mitchell of Alpharetta, and Pete Mitchell of Suwanee, Phyllis Mauldin deceased of Chamblee, Lisa Mauldin of Chamblee, Cheryl Hardin of Marietta and Len Mauldin of Chamblee, along with nine great nieces, five great nephews, and three step-grandchildren. Services will be held at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. A graveside service will follow at Meriwether Memory Gardens Cemetery, Manchester, GA 31816, 1-706-846-8515. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Alzheimer's Association would be appreciated. Arrangements by Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. Only Lord knows how my heart hurts that you have left us but I know you are now at peace & with Nannie.
    Love you so much,Mom

  2. My grandma was a huge part of my life and I’m glad I have all good memories. I love you Mamaw so much

  3. I love you. So very sad that you had to die. We all are going to miss you all of the time we see any that reminds us of you. You are the best mawmaw.

  4. Dear Rhonda, Becky and Rose,
    I’m so sorry over the loss of your mom. It has been many years since I last saw her. She was always the sweetest lady. You and your entire family are in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time. May god comfort and bless each of you!!!!

  5. Rhonda, Becky, & Rose, our heart goes out to all of you. We know you have been thru alot the past few days and you are exhausted. Please know that your family in TN loves and misses you. Prayers are going out for you all.
    With Love,

  6. Rhonda, Becky, Rose and family…My prayers go out to you. I’m so sorry. You know that your mom is with Nannie laughing together with no worries, pain or hurt.

  7. Rose, Becky and Rhonda. I am sorry for your loss. I know your mom suffered for a long time. She is with God now and he will take great care of her. RIP Connie.

    Deborah Hatt

  8. My dear friend Rhonda: while my heart is heavy with sadness at your loss, having your Mother free of illness will hopefully help get you thru this. Know I am here for you and love you.

  9. Mr. Carl We are so sorry for your loss. We are praying for you and your family that God’s peace and comfort would be with you during this difficult time. Love You!

  10. To Rhonda, Rose, and Becky: Your dear Mother was so precious to me; she was my best Friend and the closest Sister anyone could ever have – I loved her so. I know she is with the Lord now and in perfect peace and joy in His presence…I can smile through my tears as I picture her seeing Jesus face-to-face and then Nannie, our beloved Mother! What Amazing Grace!

  11. Dearest Rhonda, Rose, and Becky: You are in my heart and in my prayers as you miss your precious Mother on this earth, but you have great comfort in knowing that she is “safe in the arms of Jesus” and is “forever with the Lord.” May your hearts find joy in her glorious new life at God’s right hand! Love always,

  12. Connie, Snookie, Phyllis & Nannie together again & pain free…there is a great party in Heaven today! Until we meet again:

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