In memory of
Constance Weymouth "Connie" Wagnon
Constance Weymouth Wagnon, "Connie," passed away on October 12, 2020 at the age of 87 years. Originally from Auburn, Maine, Connie moved to Birmingham in 1956 after her graduation from Connecticut College with a degree in economics and her marriage to a naval officer from Birmingham. Connie had 3 children and settled into the Mountain Brook community. She later earned a Masters Degree in Public & Private Management from Birmingham Southern College. After her graduation she worked as assistant to Dr. Natalie Davis, the director of Masters Program at Southern College until her retirement. Connie was an active and philanthropic person and devoted time and resources to a number of charitable organizations, including the Service Guild. Connie was a member of Canterbury United Methodist Church and was active in a number of its outreach programs. Connie was also active in sports, including tennis, skiing and golf. Connie was a loving mother to her 3 children. She doted upon her second husband, William Macbeth Wagnon, Jr., with whom she shared a happy marriage of 36 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, Waldo and Elizabeth Weymouth and by her sister, Patricia Weymouth Lajeunesse, of Houston, TX. She is survived by her husband, William Macbeth Wagnon, Jr., her 3 children, Gery Hackney (Susan) and Harriet Hackney Moseley, of Birmingham, AL, and Elizabeth Hackney Akins (Chris) of Petoskey, Ml, and by her 8 grandchildren, Sumner Hackney, Foster Hackney, Sophia Hackney and Courtney Moseley, all of Birmingham, Alabama, and Christopher Akins, Lachlan Akins, Declan Akins and Tristan Akins, all of Petoskey, Michigan. She also leaves Wagnon children Donna Wagnon of Norfolk, Virginia and Emma Wagnon of Boston, Massachusetts and William and Verity and Sarah Grace Wagnon of lndianapolis, lndiana. At her request, there will be no memorial service. Should you choose to make a donation in her memory, some of her favorite charities were Children's Aid Society, Alabama Arise and Greater Birmingham Ministries but a donation to a charity of your choosing would be appropriate.
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