Connie J. Capps

Connie J. Capps

Connie J. Capps, age 64 of Calera, passed away on May 2, 2020 at her residence. She was born in San Diego, CA on April 11, 1956, the daughter of Frank and Helen Johnson.

Connie was a 1974 graduate of Thompson High School. She spent most of her career as an Interior Decorator. Her favorite title was “Nanna” and her grandchildren adored her. Connie’s smile and vibrant personality will be missed greatly. She loved her Lord and attending church.

She is survived by her daughter, Sheavon (Billy) Rhoads of Calera; son, Ryan (Ashlyn) Capps of Helena; grandchildren, Madelyn Rhoads, Joshua Rhoads, Harper Capps, and Cason Capps; mother, Helen Reeves Johnson of Alabaster; brother, Mike (Wendy) Johnson of Summerville, South Carolina and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Bobby Capps Jr. and father, Frank Johnson.

Visitation will be held on Friday, May 8, 2020 at Charter Funeral Home from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only 10 people can enter at a time. Graveside service will be held at Joe Tucker Park at 1:00 p.m.  Due to restrictions, only immediate family will be allowed out of their vehicles.  Charter Funeral Home entrusted.


8 thoughts on “Connie J. Capps

  1. I am so saddened to hear this. I thoroughly enjoyed Bible Studies with Connie. She was such a scholar of the Bible. She was very proud of her kids and grands and told everyone she came in contact with about them. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family during this difficult time.

  2. Connie was a very special lady and sister to me, she is now in the living arms of our Christ and Savior. My the Lord send his angels to wrap their wings around family and loved ones.
    RIP my sweetie I will miss you
    Judy Smith

  3. Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your beautiful mother, grandmother, wife, aunt and friend. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. May you each be covered in peace and comfort in the days to come.

  4. Connie was in my history class at THS, and she was such a positive and active student in all our activities. I remember how athletic and agile she was with the “Limbo Sticks.” She was the best. Also, I lived next door to Connie and her family, and she really cared about others.

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know you are going through a really tough time right now and you are on my mind and in my heart.

  6. I really hate that I missed out on Connie —-post high school. I had no idea where she lived and etc. I would have benefited from some more hilarity!
    My loss.
    I loved this crazy gal in high school. My very best to Helen and her wonderful family. You always welcomed me into your home.
    I hope her memories which had to be numerous bring you much comfort.

    Jeannine Houston Williams.

  7. Connie was a great friend of mine for 30 years. It will be hard for me to do life without Connie. She was my advisor on so many subjects, a good advisor. She saw the big picture many times when I didn’t. She loved her beautiful family and was so proud of her four grandchildren. They all had their special relationship with Nanna.
    Jesus answered him – Luke 23:43 “Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise”

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