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Ms. Lauren Mary Conze
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“Dearest Lauren, I remember like yesterday the pride and excitement your parents had when they found out they were going to have their first child.The...Read More »
1 of 2 | Posted by: Debra Rusth Dector - Carlsbad, CA

“Dearest Lauren, you were very special to us and it's with much sorrow that we will not be able to have those times of laughter that you always...Read More »
2 of 2 | Posted by: Uncle Charles and Aunt Patti Conze - CA


Lauren Mary Conze was born on March 15, 1982 in Torrance, CA and moved to Cypress when she was three years old. She was Bruce and Nancy Conzes' first of three daughters. Even grown she decided to stay in Cypress with her parents and sisters Alison and Jamie. Family was always very important to her.

She went to Cawthon Elementary School, Lexington Middle School, and Cypress High School. She also attended classes at Cypress Community College, and had an early childhood development certificate from Cerritos College. Lauren built a core of lifetime friends and loved them dearly. Many of these friends were from neighborhood, school and AYSO soccer. She also played soccer in high school. Because she also loved the time she worked with young children, as an adult, she coached soccer for a season. Another love in her life was horses. She never got to ride as much as she would like, but when she had the opportunity she took it. Her other love was her dog Brody.

Lauren's heart was compassionate, and she had a strong sense of fairness. As a young girl, she had a very happy personality and always had a beautiful smile. Lauren took pride in her work as a server, and there were customers who depended on her to remember their order.

As she got older Lauren faced many difficulties. She worked hard to overcome them, but there were some that wouldn't let go. She never did lose her love of family and friends, and we will always remember her beautiful smile. We lost her way too soon at 35 years old, but we will carry the memory of her smile and her love in our hearts always.

Goodbye for now our sweetheart. Until we meet again in the presence of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Arrangements are under the direction of the family and Forest Lawn, Cypress, California.