Sumter, SC ........... Constance Elizabeth Mungin was born July 30, 1937 to the late Doris Jessie Elizabeth Hansey Philpott and the Late Morris Charles Hansey.
She is survived by: her husband of forty-five years, Rogers Michael Mungin; Children: Jenny Ardis (Jerry); Ruth Briggs and Gayle Butterfield; Grandchildren: Raishawn Hill (Charles); Alvin Jackson Jr; Jerilyn Jean-Mary (Brian); Catherine Butterfield; Jelisa Ardis and Ellen Butterfield; Greatgrandchildren: Jaylon Kemp; Chase Hill; Brittany Jean-Mary; Lauren Hill; Bree Hill and Brooke Jean-Mary; In-laws: Elder Nathan Mungin (Celestine); Sylvia Mungin-Hayes; Lillie Mungin; Albert Mungin (Barbara); Juanita Mungin; Priscilla Mungin; Veronica Mungin and Gerald Singleton (Freda). She also leaves behind a host of loving nieces and nephews. She is preceded in Death by: Her son, Steven Butterfield (Michelle); her siblings: Gladys Hansey-Pitt; June Agustus and her brother Eugene Hansey (Peppy); In Laws: Evelyn Mungin; Melvin Mungin (Sarah).
Constance was born and educated in Bermuda. She supervised the housekeeping department for a local hotel. After moving to the United States, she was a department manager for K Mart for five years. Constance enjoyed traveling and embraced other cultures abroad from 1981 – 2004 when she arrived in Sumter South Carolina. Some of her travels include residing in Italy, South Korea, Canada and Germany but her travels were not limited to those areas. Family was top priority and it was very important for her to spend as much time as possible making many precious memories.
Connie, as she was known by her friends, was very friendly, loving and a genuinely caring person. She loved life and was always willing to help others when she could; putting others before herself. Cooking was one of her specialties. Gardening was a natural talent and she always designed and maintained a beautiful yard. Connie enjoyed crocheting and often made blankets and Afghans that were given to others with love.
Constance, we will miss your smile, your thoughtfulness and your caring nature but you will forever be etched in our minds and hearts. You will be sadly missed but never forgotten. We love you.
Alice Drive Baptist Church Pastor, Clayton Smith and congregation; Truth Seekers Sunday School Class; Ella Lane; the Ladies Mission Prayer Group; Hospice Care of South Carolina; Providence Hospital, along with numerous friends and family members who provided love and support.
A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 11:00 am in the Bullock Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jock Hendricks officiating. A private interment will take in the Beaufort National Cemetery.
The family will receive friends on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 from 10:00 - 11:00 am at Bullock Funeral Home.
You may go to www.bullockfuneralhome.com and sign the family’s guest book.
The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.
Bullock Funeral Home
Wednesday November 22nd, 2017
10:00am - 11:00am
1190 Wilson Hall Road
Sumter, SC 29150
Bullock Funeral Home Chapel
Wednesday November 22nd, 2017
1190 Wilson Hall Road
Sumter, SC 29150
Special Instructions: A private interment will take in the Beaufort National Cemetery.Text me the address
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Denise Mitchell / Deniette McCallan lit a candle on Nov 23 2017 07:31:48 PM
Jenny, Ruth, Gayle and Family,
Our condolences on the passing of your mother. Aunt Connie will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May you find comfort in the fond memories you have of your mother/grandmother.
Denise, Deniette and Family
Submitted by Denise Mitchell / Deniette McCallan on Nov 23 2017 07:29:33 PM
To my wonderful nieces
Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Your mom was a great friend and special in our lives. You have our deepest sympathy. We love you dearly
Uncle Dennis and Aunt Oriel Butterfield
Submitted by Dennis and Oriel Butterfield on Nov 22 2017 08:01:32 PM
My sincere condolences to uncle Rogers, Gayle, Ruth(ie), Jenny and loved ones. I pray the Lord provides peace and comfort as you remember her life while celebrating her transition to glory to be in the presence of our Lord. Antoine
Submitted by Antoine Hansey on Nov 22 2017 10:00:35 AM
Mr. Mungin, Jenny, Ruth & Gayle sending you condolences for the loss of your dear wife and mother Connie. We have special memories of Connie growing up on Cooks Hill, Bermuda. Our prayers and thoughts are with your during this difficult time. Cousins Joy & Sharon Simmons and family.
Submitted by Sharon Simmons on Nov 21 2017 11:04:21 PM
Uncle Rogers, Jenny, Gayle & Ruth,
Words can never describe the loss of a loved one, such as Aunt Connie. Even though we are living far in distance , her warmth and generosity made it seemed as if we lived in the same city. Janice, Pinkey and myself will always remember celebrating her 70th birthday, which was a total surprise to her. It was an emotional time but yet wonderful and most enjoyable. Janice and I visited Aunt Connie in March this year, and even though she was not up to par as her usual self, it was beautiful.
she rallied around and was giving orders just like a drill sergeant. Aunt Connie will be sadly missed but not forgotten.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day.
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.
May Gods abundant love and peace surround you tomorrow and the days to follow.
We love you all
Victor, Janice & Family, Busta, and Ann & Family
Submitted by Ann Edwards on Nov 21 2017 10:40:43 PM
Ann Edwards lit a candle for Constance Elizabeth Hansey Mungin
Ann Edwards lit a candle on Nov 21 2017 10:39:11 PM
Your friendship was a cherished possession I will always remember. You are a beautiful wife, mother, sister and friend. I will miss you dearly but I know you are soaring with our Lord. Rest In Peace my good friend. I love you.
Submitted by Mrs. Florett M. Hepburn on Nov 21 2017 08:43:06 PM
May God give you comfort.
Submitted by Doris Dillard on Nov 21 2017 06:35:36 PM
Mr. Mungin, Children, Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren, we met Mrs. and Mr. Mungin in 2004 and what a blessing Mrs. Mungin is. We still use the knitted placemats she gifted us. It’s amazing how quickly she’d complete such a project. We kept in touch and visited Sumpter to see Constance and Rogers. We remember the phone calls and greetings we received from Mrs. Mungin. We pray for you Mr. Mungin and the extended family. The peace of God, which passes all understanding, and the comfort of the Holy Spirit is with you.
Submitted by Nina and R. Desmond Fahie Sr. on Nov 21 2017 05:59:31 PM
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