Nancy J. Constable

Nancy J. Constable

March 08, 1930 - May 23, 2013

Nancy J. Constable

March 08, 1930 - May 23, 2013


Nancy Jane Constable (83), of Lake Forest California, died unexpectedly due to surgery complications on May 23, 2013. Born on March 8, 1930 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Nancy was predeceased by her parents, Percy, and Bessie, D. (Richards) of Windsor, Ontario; her sister Ruth, P. (Graham); and her late husband of 49 years, Ernest W. Constable.

She is survived by her daughter Cathy (Armando) and grandsons Alexander and Austin. She is also survived by her sisters Marylou A. (Harding) and Pamela M. (Miller) as well as numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews in Canada. Nancy was a loving sister, mother, grandmother, and aunt. She found great pride and joy in her grandsons.

Nancy lived her entire adult life in southern California. She began her career at the Los Angeles Country Club, stayed at home to raise her daughter, Cathy and finished her career working for Arnold L. Stengel & Co. She loved spending her holiday time with her family and friends at Lake Havasu.

Nancy was a devoted Christian and lived a life of strong faith. She has served as a member of the Altar Guild at St John Chrysostom Episcopal Church for over 15 years.

A “Celebration of Life” will be held at St John Chrysostom Episcopal Church, 30382 Via Con Dios, Rancho Santa Margarita, California on June 15, 2013 at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St John Chrysostom Episcopal Church, for credit to the Nancy J. Constable memorial Altar Guild fund, 30382 Via Con Dios, Rancho Santa Margarita, California 92688 (949-888-4595) Arrangements are with O’Connor Mortuary,

We would like to thank all of our family and friends who have loved and supported us through this difficult time.

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4 responses to Nancy J. Constable

  1. cathy cuevas says:

    Thank you Joan. Your friendship meant the world to my Mom and she cherished the time you spent together. Thank you for all you did for my Mom!

  2. Over the last week or so, I have spent a lot of time thinking about things Nancy shared with me. Recently she said that what she liked most about me was that I saw some good in everyone. Recently, Nancy said, “Joan, you are a pain in the ass.” (of course she stuck her tongue out after saying that). I’ve thought alot about those things she said, and what keeps coming back to my mind is that relationships are not about being “perfect,” but rather about perfect moments when you realize how special the relationship is and how nothing can compare to it’s uniqueness, or ever erase the love that binds it. I believe with no doubt, Nancy now is resting in perfect love with our creator. I was blessed to know Nancy. To Cathy and all her family, know that you are in my prayers.
    Love, Joan

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  4. She was my big sister, and we often joked that she was “much older than me’! She left home in Windsor Ontario to move to CA. when I was just 12 years old. We thought we would never see her again!!! Boy, were we wrong!
    What a blessing she has been to me over the years. She supported me in good times and bad – always ready with a strong word of encouragement or discipline – whatever was needed. I miss her terribly, but I know where she is, and I know I’ll see her again one day. As she left us, there was a whole crowd of folks on the other side, saying, “Here she comes!!! Welcome, welcome, glad you’re here!! ”
    See you soon Cathy, we love you and will be there right beside you.
    Aunt Marylou

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