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Fairhaven Memorial Park & Mortuary

1702 Fairhaven Avenue, Santa Ana, CA

OBITUARIO

Connie Anne Scott Holdroyd

13 febrero , 194922 febrero , 2020
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Connie Anne Scott Holdroyd nació el 13 febrero , 1949 y falleció el 22 febrero , 2020.

Servicios

  • Memorial Service sábado, 7 marzo , 2020
  • Graveside Service sábado, 7 marzo , 2020

Recuerdos

Connie Anne Scott Holdroyd

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Carol and Sam Puzzo

7 marzo , 2020

The world lost a unique personality but our memories of Connie will always go on. We remember how much she loved her daughters, her dog and Malcolm, never sure what order sometime. She had a unique personality that was exuberant, joyous and dramatic all in one. Seeing her in a store or usually the vet every moment became an experience. No matter how difficult her life might have been she always had a way of seeing the humor in every circumstance. We will miss her

Suzanne Rogers

6 marzo , 2020

I will always remember and be grateful to Connie for all the help she gave me when times were difficult for me.
I have great memories with her and lots of really good belly laughs! She had the best sense of humor and it was always a party when you were with her.
She was a beautiful person and will be missed by all who knew her. I hope you are dancing in heaven. Love you Connie!

Audrey Boteilho

3 marzo , 2020

To Connies Family and Friends,

As you well know, there was never a dull moment being in her life, as she hoped to make life better for anyone. Being with Connie was a side show with Lucille Ball.....even when there was opposition, you’d still laugh. In high school Connie insisted to make me her friend and til this day, it was 3 fun memorable years. Though we were separated as life passed by , good old Facebook rekindled our friendship with “Likes”.

Kelsey Pilling

2 marzo , 2020

Connie was apart of my childhood . Her daughter Katie and I went to the same school for primary one ,first and second .grade .My mom and Connie would always talk for a long time out in the parking lot after school . I went to connie’s house sometime for a sleepover over and I was invited for the birthday parties.Katie and I were good friends growing up .I think the last time I saw Connie and her family was when I was pregnant with my youngest daughter i think that was sometime in 2005 . It has been awhile.I always thought about Connie and her family and how everybody was doing.I found out she was not doing well and I found out about her passing on Facebook. I was very sad she was a wonderful person and was always so kind to me. Connie will always be in my heart.

Barbara Dieppa

29 febrero , 2020

How can we even begin to describe the amazing woman that is Connie? Growing up with her family was a blessing- her house was an open door, she always was cooking in the kitchen or laughing her infamous laugh and telling stories at her table. She taught me about fondue, she taught me about life and how to love fiercely. There was nobody that she loved more fiercely and would protect so wholeheartedly as she would her daughters. Carrie and I would joke that we had the strictest mothers in all of Orange County ... and looking back I admire the way she would have her daughters best interest at heart 100 percent. The thing I’ll always remember about Connie is that amazing soul filled laugh, she could tell stories that bring tears to your eyes in laughter and her charisma and charm. To know Connie was a special thing, as she was and is a true one in million amazing woman .

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