Date of Death: December 17, 2020

Service Details

A private graveside service will be held at Peek Cemetery at a later date.

Obituary Notice

Connie Louise Metty, 75, of Centreville, passed away Thursday, December 17, 2020 at Fairview Nursing & Rehabilitation.

She was born February 22, 1945 in Three Rivers, the daughter of Robert and Helen (Hovarter) Baughman.

After graduating from Centreville High School, Connie worked at Denton Mills in Centreville. She worked as a nurse’s aide at Fairview and Heartland for many years, and also did home health care.

Connie was a witty, fun-loving woman who loved good jokes, playing cards, and cartoons. She was an avid reader who spent hours at a time reading romance novels. She especially enjoyed time with her children and grandchildren.

Remaining to cherish her memory are a son, William Metty Jr.; two daughters, Lisa (Don Hoffman) Van Zoest and Carlene (Ron) Laverack; grandchildren, Johnathan Metty, Sydney Metty, Rachel Whitehead, Brooke Van Zoest, Andrea Hoffman, Kristen Jenkot and Dayton Laverack; three great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Carole Rumsey; and a brother, Robert Baughman Jr.

Additional Information

Donations in Connie’s memory may be directed to the family. Envelopes are available at Hohner Funeral Home in care of arrangements.

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6 Comments

  1. I’m sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. My mother Nancy always cherished her friendship throughout her life and and I always enjoyed listening to their stories of their youth growing up in Centreville. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    • I’m truly sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. While it’s been many many years since I had any contact with her, as a teenager I remember babysitting for her. My parents were friends with her and Bill. My fondest memory though is when she gave me her dog because she couldn’t keep her. I felt so honored that she trusted me with Holly. I was a newlywed and I just loved that white fluffy furball. May you all find comfort in your precious memories.

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