Connie Quattlebaum Weeks

Hephzibah, GA – Connie Quattlebaum Weeks, 69, beloved wife of Ashley Weeks, entered into rest on Friday, October 15, 2021 at University Hospital.

A native and lifelong resident of the Augusta area, she was the daughter of the late Edward L. and Peggy Judge Quattlebaum. She began her career at University Hospital in 1973 as a Surgical Tech and was currently the OR Charge Nurse/Coordinator. She loved reading and books, gardening and growing all types of flowers and vegetables which, she shared with her family and friends. She also enjoyed traveling and was a wonderful baker. Mrs. Weeks had been a longtime member of Hephzibah Baptist Church where she was active in the call committee and lent her green thumb to beautify the church gardens and grounds.

In addition to her parents, Mrs. Weeks was preceded in death by her brother, Ralph Quattlebaum; sister-in-law, Sue Quattlebaum; and her step-daughter, Beth Rachels.

In addition to her husband Mrs. Weeks is survived by her daughter, Tiffany Macon Witteman; her step son, John Weeks (Linda); her step son-in-law, Bobby Rachels; her siblings, Billy Quattlebaum (Bushy), Tim Quattlebaum (the late Sue), Terry Darabant (Titus), Sarah Hare (Michael), Stephanie Qualltebaum (Pam Light); her grandchildren, Lane Witteman and Rachel Witteman, and their father, Jesse Witteman; her step grandchildren, Katie Canady, Jamie Wilkes, Dylan Weeks and Jessica Jones; and four step great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held from the chapel of Chance and Hydrick Funeral Directors on Saturday, October 23, 2021, at 11:00 A.M., with the Reverends Danny McGill and John Beck officiating. Interment will follow in the Hephzibah-Vance Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be, Bill Quattlebaum, David Hough, Ronald “R.P.” Bagwell, Brandon Williams, Matthew Quattlebaum, Robert Quattlebaum, III.

The family will receive friends on Friday, October 22, 2021, from 6:00 until 9:00 P.M. at the funeral home.

Out of respect for the family and all those visiting please be considerate and wear a mask as well as practice social distancing.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

7 responses to “Connie Quattlebaum Weeks”

  1. I was deeply saddened to learn of Connie’s passing. I worked in the Operating Room with her in the good ole days when she first came as a technician. She was so supportive when I had surgery and was very helpful afterwards. Ashley, I remember how special she made me feel when I came to your wedding. And Tiffany, when she sent you to MCG to check on me. She was a dear friend and I pray as you go through the sad days ahead you will remember what a lovely person she was and through God’s grace you will remember the wonderful times you had together. You and the family will be in my prayers. God bless each of you as you say goodbye and know He will unite you again.

  2. I worked with Connie in OR during the latest decade. She was an assertive leader and was able to keep the OR organized and going (tough job!)

    Connie enjoyed her long road trips with daughter and grandchildren, one could see her softer side when she talked about her loved ones and their travel adventures.
    She definitely had a “green thumb” and many of us have some plants from her.

    My deepest condolences to Connie’s family. May she Rest In Peace.

  3. Chuck and I were so saddened when we learned of Connie’s passing. We both have fond memories of her coming into Weeks Transmissions when we both worked there. All our love and prayers being sent to her family. ❤️

  4. My condolences to the entire family. I have had the opportunity to meet some of her family over the years and I can say she adored everyone of you. I worked in the Operating Room with her from the eighties until I left in 2013, she was a constant figure there, I will always remember special occasions we shared. Remember as she did, John 9:4. “As long as it is day, we must do the work of Him Who sent me, while it is day. Night is coming when no one can work” . May the love of the Holy Spirit give you strength.

  5. What a beautiful service for you! I worked with Connie when she was an OR tech and as an RN. She was so kind and supportive when my husband died. Thank you for your friendship over many years! Prayers for the family!

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