Connie Jean Seidel

Feb 11, 1951 - May 6, 2017


Connie Jean Seidel Passed away peacefully on May 6, 2017 at the age of 66.
Connie is survived by her children Tony Turner, Andrea Abeid (Brian), her step children Naomi Piehl (Robbie), and John Seidel (Marcy), her sisters Bobbie Neal (Mel), Janice Clark, and her brother James Clark Jr. She also leaves behind four grandchildren Sydney and Andrew Abeid, Hannah Piehl and Theodore Seidel. She was preceded in death by the love of her life Ivan “Sy” Seidel, both of her parents James and Dolores “Toni” Clark and her granddaughter Riley Turner.

Connie was born on February 11, 1951. She graduated from Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa, Ca in 1969; she then attended California State University in Fresno, CA. Connie moved to Elk Grove California where she ran and operated Clarks Corner Market with her father for several years. Connie worked at Bank of America in Elk Grove for 5 years before she officially retired.
Connie’s sarcastic charm and her devotion to her family will be greatly missed. She was truly a one of a kind person who will certainly forever be remembered.

Friends are welcome to attend a Memorial Service on Wednesday, May 24 at 10 am at East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary, 9189 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary
9189 E. Stockton Blvd
Elk Grove, CA
US 95624


  • Connie Lounsbury says:

    We lost a Beautiful woman,Connie I will miss you so much.My heart is broken. Love you Andrea and Tony. The video was a sweet reminder of our Connie.

  • Pam says:

    I miss you so much

  • Kristene Foxworthy says:

    Aunt Connie – I miss you already… you will always be one of my very favorite people. You always sent me the best messages and comments on every single one of my cakes. I will miss that. My kids all love you and fondly call you our “Outlaw”. This world is a little darker with you gone. Until we are all together again. Love you

  • Kathryn says:

    I wish we had more time to get to know eachother. Yet even in the small time we had the love was instant. You were so fun to be around. You always made me laugh and always made me feel welcome. I am so grateful we got intouch. I love you aunt Connie. I will miss you so much.

  • Christie Vernon-Dunbar says:

    Connie, I’m so heartbroken to learn of your passing. You were always a kind and generous, sweet lady. I will miss our f/b chats…thank you for always being so thoughtful. You’ll be missed daily but never forgotten…my condolences to Andrea and Tony…

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