On Sunday, October 10, 2021, Connie Lea Hyatt went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at the age of 74. Connie was born in Huntington, West Virginia, November 2, 1946, to Carney and Ruth Kingery. She was raised in that area, graduated Milton High School in 1964 and moved with her family to the Tulsa area in 1982 where she has lived since.
For more than the last 20 years, Connie has been active at Church on the Move doing voluntary work behind the scenes and at the Christmas Train during the holiday season. Connie retired from Vacuworx in 2018 and soon after was accepted to be a volunteer chaplain with the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office.
Over the years, Connie raised her family and developed many deep and lasting friendships at church, with coworkers, and with her neighbors. Her outgoing personality, sense of humor, and loving, caring nature left a lasting impression on many. She always remained in close contact with her immediate and distant family. Connie’s faith in God was unwavering.
Connie was preceded in death by her daughter, Tammy Breshears. She is survived by her husband Cliff Hyatt, her son Lance Moon and his wife Elizabeth, stepson Chris Hyatt and his wife Cindy, step daughter Cathy Berger and her husband Louis. Connie is also survived by grandchildren, Ben Breshears and his wife Jo, Emma and Hannah Moon, Grayson and Addison Hyatt, Ali Waserman and her husband Zach, Hannah Berger, and great grandchildren Jane and Lennox Breshears. She is also survived by her brother Roger Kingery, his wife Becky, and her niece Tracy Davis.
A Celebration of Life will be held for Connie at 10am, Saturday, October 16th at Church on the Move (180 Center), 1003 N 129th E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74116.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to Hearts on Duty (via Facebook) or donation to Church on the Move Compassion Offering (text CO to 23101)
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