Consuela
Estiamba, Consuela, a 44 year resident of Torrance, passed away on Thursday, September 20, 2007 in Torrance. Born in Hawaii, Consuela was 69 when she died. Consuela was a member of St. Lawrence Martyr Church and she is survived by her husband, Albert Estiamba, son, Albert (Christina) Estiamba, daughters, Jocelyn Lorelle (James) Pickard, Janelle Renee (Gregory) Schooley & Candice Aileen (Christian) Haskell and 4 grandchildren. A gathering of family & friends will be held Monday, October 8, 2007, 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at Rice Mortuary in Torrance, CA. The Funeral Mass will be held at Tuesday, October 9, 2007, 10:00 A.M. at St. Lawrence Martyr Church in Redondo Beach, CA. Committal will follow at Green Hills Memorial Park in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.

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  1. Jocelyn and family. We are so sorry to hear about your loss. We are deeply saddened and pray that you all find the love and support in each other that Consuelo would have wanted. God Bless you all.

  2. Connie has been a huge influence in my life. I was a single parent raising 3 children (Jannette, Jim & Keoki, living in Los Angeles. There were many times when Connie would invite me to their family functions; camping, birthdays, holidays,or just to include me to be part of their family. Connie and I confided with each other. I remember when I had to make a decision in temporily giving up one of my son’s (Jim or Keoki) because I lost my job & had to give up my apt, Connie offered me to stay with them.When I made my final decision (I temporily gave up Jim to his grandparents), Connie never treated me differently, she supported me while I was going through emotional turmoil. Connie encouraged me to continue my schooling that I am currently attending. Connie said that she couldn’t wait to attend my graduation in 3 1/2 years in Criminal Justice. I see all the characteristics in each of her children: Unconditional Love. I thank GOD for bring Connie in my life as a family member and best friend. I was brought up in a disfunctional family environment and God placed me with a functional family (Bert, Connie, Al Jr, Joycelyn, Janelle, and Candice). Thank you Connie and I’ll see you in heaven one day. Love, Cousin Jan Stanfield (AKA:Jan Alimoot).

  3. My condolences go out to all the Estiamba family. I had the privilege of Hawaiian dancing with Connie many years ago. She had the most beautiful smile and was always so friendly to everyone. I hadn’t seen her for many years but I will always remember her.

  4. I and so many others depended on dear Connie when she was working as a staffing secretary at LCM Hospital. My sincere condolences to the family. Am grieving together with you. Heaven is singing praises to one more lovely angel–Connie. Birute Prasauskas, former evening suprevisor at LCMH

  5. I WORKED WITH CONNIE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS HERE AT LCOMH-TORRANCE AND IT WAS ALWAYS A PLEASURE SEEING HER SMILES & WONDERFUL PERSONALITY. WE’D HAVE LITTLE NOTHING STORIES TO SHARE AND THEY WOULD ALWAYS BRIGHTEN MY DAY. I WILL MISS HER AND I GRIEVE WITH HER FAMILY & MANY FRIENDS. SINCERELY, NANCY & ROBERT VALENZUELA

  6. Albert & family, I’m so sorry about your loss. Connie was the most energetic and kindest person. She had such a wonderful personality. I remember so many Little Company Christmas Parties & Awards Ceremonies when Connie & Bert were dancing most of the night. She raised a beautiful family & you all will be able to bring her love and warmth to your children and to each other. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Connie as she meets our Heavenly Father.

  7. We are so sorry for your loss of this wonderful wife, mom, and grandma. She and Bert were the kindest neighbors our family ever had. Bert, my heart and prayers are with you, and to all your dear family. Connie radiated the love of Jesus, and now she’s delighting in His radiance. She’ll never be forgotten. God tenderly bless you. All our love to you from my family~

  8. To the Estiamba Family. Even though your lost is a great one and she will truly be missed. Especially her smile and love for life. Know that you have found a new life in our home and hearts. With love. The Willis family

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