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  1. our thoughts are with you at this time.we all know how hard it is to lose some one you love . we’ll be thinking about you.

  2. I will miss Connie. I helped her to play Bingo. She loved her baby dolls and I brought outfits for the baby. Rest in peace Connie, you were so special to me.

    Brenda Hardbower
    Former, volunteer at SA

  3. I met Connie several years ago while visiting friends at Spring Arbor. She always smiled at me and I always stopped and sat with her a while and talked with her. I offer prayers for the repose of her soul, and for peaceful hearts for those who grieve her leaving.

  4. On behalf of Blackwell Memorial Baptist Church of Elizabeth City, I would like to extend our condolences to the family of Connie. Connie attended Sunday school and church with us for many years and we cherish to those memories.

  5. I went thru elementary school with Connie, Doug, and Vickie. Connie was always so special to me. As we passed thru each grade we were taught how to respond if Connie needed something. It was a life lesson that she taught me. Always had a special place in my heart for her. When my Dad went to Spring Harbor there she was after all these years. She made my day every day when we greeted and when I left for the evening. sure there is special place in heaven for her. She will be missed. 🙏💜

  6. I’ve had the honor of knowing Connie when she was at Spring Arbor and she was my mother in laws roommate for awhile
    I loved her artwork she had on her wall and she was always without her precious baby doll
    I’m sending the family love and prayers

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Connie D. Liverman

September 13, 2022

Kill Devil Hills- Connie Darlene Liverman died of natural causes in Washington, NC September 13, 2022 at the age of 76. Born June 15, 1946 in Elizabeth City, NC Connie was predeceased by several family members including her father, Sam Lee Liverman and her mother, Rose Beasley Liverman; her brother, Douglas Ray Liverman; and her sister, Vickie Lynn Liverman.

Connie was a beloved resident of Spring Arbor in Kill Devil Hills, NC since 2008.  She loved it there and loved all the wonderful people that took care of her through the years.  Connie loved playing bingo, listening to music, and coloring.

Connie’s surviving relatives include her loving brother, Sam Lee Liverman and sister-in-law, Virginia Liverman of Kill Devil Hills, NC; and her devoted sister, Penny Liverman Chumley of Aydlett, North Carolina.

The family is honoring Connie’s specific directives for cremation and their plans for a memorial gathering are pending at this time.

Please share condolences with the family via the online register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

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murray & brady bridges

our thoughts are with you at this time.we all know how hard it is to lose some one you love . we'll be thinking about you.

Rick Gray

I am so sorry to read of this. My thoughts are with you,

Brenda L Hardbower

I will miss Connie. I helped her to play Bingo. She loved her baby dolls and I brought outfits for the baby. Rest in peace Connie, you were so special to me. Brenda Hardbower Former, volunteer at SA

MaryDawn Midgett Judy

I met Connie several years ago while visiting friends at Spring Arbor. She always smiled at me and I always stopped and sat with her a while and talked with her. I offer prayers for the repose of her soul, and for peaceful hearts for those who grieve her leaving.

Angie Spruill

On behalf of Blackwell Memorial Baptist Church of Elizabeth City, I would like to extend our condolences to the family of Connie. Connie attended Sunday school and church with us for many years and we cherish to those memories.

Jenny jones

I went thru elementary school with Connie, Doug, and Vickie. Connie was always so special to me. As we passed thru each grade we were taught how to respond if Connie needed something. It was a life lesson that she taught me. Always had a special place in my heart for her. When my Dad went to Spring Harbor there she was after all these years. She made my day every day when we greeted and when I left for the evening. sure there is special place in heaven for her. She will be missed. 🙏💜

Anne Baum

I’ve had the honor of knowing Connie when she was at Spring Arbor and she was my mother in laws roommate for awhile I loved her artwork she had on her wall and she was always without her precious baby doll I’m sending the family love and prayers