In Memory

Constance Anderson (Schranz)

Constance Anderson (Schranz)

Constance Lynn Schranz, more affectionately known as Connie, passed away at the age of 61 on October 2, 2016 in the presence of her husband and children.

Connie was born on November 13, 1954 in Astoria, Oregon. She grew up in Billings, Montana. She graduated from Billings West High School in 1973. Shortly after she moved to Virginia to work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington D.C. She moved to Denver in 1976 and continued to work for the FBI. Connie met the love of her life and husband of 33 years in 1981. They married on February 11, 1983. Connie started her life as a stay at home mom in 1985. Her and Don have 3 children who became her entire world. After raising her children, her next endeavor was becoming a grandmother.

Connie is survived by her husband Don and her children Darcy (and Daniël) Vooijs, Gail (and Jeffery) Poor and Neal (and Naomi) Schranz. She is also survived by her parents Andy and Jean Andersen; her siblings Roxie (and Tom) Cleasby, Kevin Andersen, and Drew (and Shirley) Andersen. Her granddaughter, Emma Lynne Vooijs, is named after her. She also anticipated the arrival of another grandchild.

Connie's family best describes her as a humble and faithful servant. She was quiet natured, but could make her family laugh hysterically. She was always serving her family and put their needs above her own. She was dependable and constant- her name fit her perfectly. Connie is most known for her unshakable faith in Christ and her passion for prayer.