Rianna E. Woolsey

Rianna E. Woolsey

June 24, 1989 - December 07, 2005

Rianna E. Woolsey

June 24, 1989 - December 07, 2005


Rianna E. Woolsey, 16, of Coto de Caza died on December 7, 2005. Rianna is survived by her beloved parents Scott and Tania Woolsey; Loving sister Noelle Woolsey; loving brothes Graham and Matthew Woolsey; and her grandparents Sheila Woolsey and John and Tina Meijer.

A Memorial Service will be held on Monday 12/12/05 – 4:00P.M. at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest.

To Laugh often and much;
to appreciate beauty;
to see beauty in others;
to leave this world a bit better;
to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived
This is to have succeeded!
-Ralph Waldo Emerson-
Rianna was a friend to many and has left this world a better place.
Rianna did succeed.

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21 responses to Rianna E. Woolsey

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  1. Woolsey family-

    i am very sorry for your loss. i cannot imagine how you must be feeling and what you must be going through. i never got the opportunity to be friends with your daughter, and thats something i regret, but i had talked to her a few times, and with just that, she made my day brighter. i would walk around campus and see her smiling or laughing, it always made my day. rianna was loved, and she will never be forgotten. i will keep your family in my prayers.

  2. To the Woolsey Family,

    I did not know your daughter very well, but I did talk with her a few times freshman year. She was in my Spanish class, and I always remembered her walking in with a big smile on her face, all the time. Two of her friends were also in that class, and I knew one of them so I sometimes joined in on their conversations. Rianna would always include me; she showed me pictures, told me the same stories she told them, and commiserated with me on our homework assignments. I always picture her as a beautiful young woman with her long blonde hair, smiling and walking around with her little Coach bags. Although we didn’t share any classes last year or this year, we would always smile at each other in the hall. It was always pleasant to see Rianna.

    You are in mine and my family’s thoughts and prayers as you are in many others. Thank you for your daughter, as she has been a gift to so many people.

  3. Korey Adams says:

    On Friday night, I was getting out of my car after the football game and I saw my first shooting star ever. I was so excited. And then tonight, on my way home again, I changed the radio station and ten seconds later I heard a tribute that someone called in to the radio satation that was dedicated to Rianna. Literally one minute after I heard that on the radio, my car was stopped and I saw another shooting star. I know that Rianna is my shooting star. I love you Woolsey Family!
    Love, Korey Adams

  4. We are parents of Aubrey Rositano she is a cheerleader at Tesoro,we cannot imagine what your family is going through our thoughts and prayers are with all of you,alot of people at Tesoro keep telling my daughter how much she looks like your daughter which is a compliment Aubrey tells me she smiles and tells them…Thank You!

  5. Dear Scott, Tania & family,

    We attended today’s service at Saddleback. What a lovely tribute to Rianna. Unfortunately we weren’t able to greet you in person, but we wanted you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God’s peace fill your hearts as you mourn the loss of your precious daughter.
    “For I will turn their mourning into joy, and will comfort them, and give them joy for their sorrow.” Jeremiah 31:13

    Wendy, David & Katie Rueter from Noelle’s softball team

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