Constance Goldsmith Addington, 84, died peacefully on Tuesday, July 31st at her home in Lake Forest, Illinois. Born on May 17th, 1934 in Easton, Pennsylvania to John and Mary Louise (nee Miles) Goldsmith, she was an avid traveler, painter, supporter of The Art Institute of Chicago, The Field Museum, The Lake Forest Garden Club and her family. Her love of nature and the outdoors was continuously expressed through her artwork and all of her endeavors. Mrs. Addington graduated from The Shipley School, Centenary Junior College and attended The Yale University School of Art for three years. She was pre-deceased by her first husband, George Scott Hodgkins and her second husband Keene H. Addington II. She is survived by her beloved friend Guy W. Wilbor, brothers, Thomas F. Goldsmith and Timothy S. Goldsmith, her children Wendy H. DeLorey (Christopher), Elinor A. Jannotta (Ross), Brooks H. Addington (Chie) and her nine grandchildren, John A. DeLorey, Charles H. DeLorey, Brooke C.E. DeLorey; Peter A. Jannotta, Luke W. Jannotta, Whitney R. Jannotta; William K. Addington, Aya E. Addington, Brooks M. Addington , and her step-children, Sarah Lee Addington Verville, Keene H. Addington, III (Megan), Leslie A. Kulig (Larry), Margo A. Urey (Peter), their children and four nephews. Services will be held Thursday, August 9th at 3:30pm, at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 400 E. Westminster Road, Lake Forest. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the Art Institute of Chicago and Forest Park. Info: Wenban Funeral Home (847) 234-0022 or www.wenbanfh.com
Published by Morning Call on Aug. 4, 2018.