Constance Jean Hanohano

Born on August 20, 1944

Departed on October 9, 2015 and resided in Gallatin, TN

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Connie Hanohano, October 9, 2015, age 71 of Gallatin.  Survived by her mother, Gracie Corbitt; son Bobby Corbitt; daughter-in-law, Sonya Corbitt; daughter, Malia Dias; grandchildren, Joshua Dias, Luke Corbitt, Levi Corbitt, Sydni Dias; brothers, Leland Corbitt and Jim Corbitt.  A private service will be held at a later date.

One Comment to Constance Jean Hanohano

  1. Thekgo
    December 13, 2015 11:27 pm

    i did find you through cathe heodln. she’s a a remarkable woman, and i’m so excited for your project and the role she’s been able to play in this. you are all remarkable women for launching this idea as well!i wish this had been available in 1999 things were looking very bleak for my 2 year old & i. thanksgiving was coming along, and i was struggling to make ends meet for her & i, let alone keep my broken heart held together. february of that year i was to have been married, and he had planned on adopting my daughter. 2 months prior to our date, he up & changed his mind. it was the typical it’s not you, it’s me. i’m not ready to be married scenario .however, within a couple months from there he was married to someone else. i was a total mess, and there didn’t seem to be a light at the end of my tunnel that year. my self-esteem plummeted and i was trying to cope as best i could with depression. depression doesn’t make for the best mommy available to my little girl, but i was doing my best.2 nights before thanksgiving, i was barely hanging on, there was a knock at the door. when i opened it, there stood a co-worker, her husband, and one of their sons with their arms full of grocery bags! they came in and stuffed my pantry, and with a hug each they departed as quickly as they’d arrived. i was mind hadn’t even been on how my food supply had been. would we have managed without their generosity? probably. what left me speechless was the fact that someone out there actually cared. that my daughter & i were thought of. that i was worth someone else’s concern & love! this was not a thought i’d been considering for months, until they entered my home, filling it with more than food .they filled it with love!never past that night did my coworker mention the act. i thanked her several times, but i don’t think she’ll ever understand the life-preserver she extended to me that night in that simple act. i would have loved to hand her a pocket wish so she would better understand the instrument for good she was in the Lord’s hands.projects like this renew my hope for the world. thank you ladies!

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