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Constance Hudson

Constance Marjorie "Connie" Hudson

Monday, July 18th, 1938 - Monday, November 11th, 2019
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Constance (Connie) Marjorie Hudson
The family of Connie Hudson announce her passing on November 11, 2019. Connie was born in Digby to the late Percy and Mildred Atwell on July 18, 1938, and grew up in Black River, Kings County, the oldest of four girls. She was predeceased by husband, John Lewis Hudson, and sisters Jackie Clifford and Judi Munro. Connie is survived by daughters Heather (Brian) Travis, Shelley Hudson, and son Garth Hudson, cherished grandsons Mitchell Travis, Blake Travis and Colten Hudson, sister Dianne Allen and several beloved nieces and nephews.
Connie’s caring nature lead her to teaching for a year before she was old enough to attend nursing school. She graduated from the VG School of Nursing, Class of ’60B. She worked as a nurse in Psychiatry and research, before starting work at her alma mater, the VG School of Nursing and Allied Health Schools, first as an instructor, and then became Registrar and Counsellor, where she mentored a generation of students. She returned to school part-time in the late ‘70’s while raising her family and working full-time. She graduated with her BSW from the Dalhousie School of Social Work in 1984. When the Nursing School closed in 1995, Connie worked as a Social Worker in Neuro-Surgery, where she touched many lives.
She was a talented artist, her fantastic paintings were enjoyed and coveted by family and friends. She was woman of faith, serving the church on the Pastoral Care Committee and in the choir for many years. Music was a huge part of her life, singing as a girl with her mother and sisters, and later with John. Connie’s legacy to those that knew her is her kindness, her hospitality, her compassion and understanding, surpassed only by the love she had for her family, especially her grandsons.
Visitation will be held Thursday, November, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm in the Ronald A. Walker Funeral Home, 13549 Peggys Cove Road, Upper Tantallon. Funeral service will be held Friday, November 15, at 2 p.m., in St. Andrews Anglican Church, St. Margaret's Bay Rd, Timberlea. Family internment in Country Harbour at a later date. Family flowers only please.
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, November 14th, 2019 | 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    When
    Thursday, November 14th, 2019 5:00pm - 8:00pm
    Location
    Ronald A. Walker Funeral Home, Upper Tantallon
    Address
    13549 Peggys Cove Road
    Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia
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  • Service

    Friday, November 15th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    When
    Friday, November 15th, 2019 2:00pm
    Location
    St. Andrews Anglican Church
    Address
    2553 St. Margaret's Bay Rd.
    Timberlea, Nova Scotia B3T1H1
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Lynda King

Posted at 07:31pm
Connie was my next door neighbour growing up and she was the patient girl who taught me to swim, in her kind and encouraging way. Connie always had a peaceful, happy disposition which made her a friend to all. Her youngest sister, Judi, was a dear friend through our childhood. My deepest sympathy to Connie's beloved family. Lynda(Long)King
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Pat Tomes

Posted at 05:40pm
Heather, Shelley and Garth and families, I was saddened to learn of my dear Friend, Connie's, passing.
My sincere condolences and just want to share that Connie was my best friend in nurses training and our 3 years working
together were some of the happiest times. Of course, Connie and I both produced wonderful children and both Heather and Shelley were around and I had Vicki and Patti so we had a few picnics with you women in the early 60's.
Garth, you and Peter were later but want you to know your mum was my best friend and I will miss calling her when I am in Halifax next summer. Hold on to one another for support and we will all remember Connie as one of the special people we loved.
Sincerely, Pat Tomes
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Donna L. Sutton

Posted at 11:07am
Heather, Shelley, and Garth - I had the pleasure of working at the VGH School of Nursing, in the 1970's and 1980's, as a Nursing Instructor. Connie was a kind, patient, caring, and wise friend and mentor. She was so helpful to me and I respected her patience and wisdom, not only toward the Instructors, but all the students as well. I have no doubt she changed many lives for the better! You were fortunate to call her "mother". My sincere condolences to you and your families.
Donna L. Sutton (aka Smith)
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Deborah mounce

Posted at 03:05pm
I didn’t know Mrs. Hudson well, but I’m wishing that I did. Knowing Heather and Shelley for as long as I have, I can only imagine that Connie was as wonderful as wonderful could be. I am sorry I can’t be there for you, but please know that your entire family are in my thoughts.
Debbie Mounce
Virginia Beach
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Faye Hergett

Posted at 01:49pm
Dear family,
Connie was like the best mother combined with a favorite sister to her VG classmates. Her smile and softly spoken wisdom will be remembered and treasured by us all. My sincere sympathy to all of her family.
Faye Thompson Hergett
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