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

  1. Dear Woolsey Family,

    We are so very sorry for your loss, words cannot express our feelings in this terrible tragedy. Our daughter Amanda, who is a sophomore at Tesoro, has been deeply saddened and affected by Rianna’s passing, although she never personally knew her, pictures of her beautiful smile will stay in our minds forever. We can’t even imagine what your family is going through at this time. Our hearts go out to your family, you will be in our prayers. May the happy memories Rianna left in your hearts give you comfort during this immense sorrow.
    Our Deepest Sympathy,
    Bryan and Silvia Stone, and children

  2. Louise Lewis says:

    Hi Scott and Tania,
    Although the years have passed, your place in my heart remains.

    I know there are no words I can say at this time, other than I send my love and prayers for your healing.


  3. Matthew says:

    Woolsey family,
    First off I would just like to tell you how amazingly beautiful your daughter was. Not just physically but spiritually as well. I had the pleasure of sharing the same anatomy teacher Mr. Caplan. She was a great person to study with when you were feeling stressed and just needed a laugh. She would have loved the memorial last night. It was perfect, celebrating the fun times with her and remembering her in those memories. If I had to describe her in one sentence, I would have to say, “never without a smile.” In 2 years I do not think I talked to her once where she didn’t laugh or smile. I’m praying for your family that you can get through these tough times. Thank you for making the memorial open to all. I don’t think Rianna would ever believe that she touched so many lives so deeply. But, that’s just the person she was, loving, caring, and always making people smile. You raised a beautiful daughter that anyone would be happy to call their own. Perhaps that is why God took her away so soon, who can blame him? Rianna was, sorry, is a favorite of the whole community, and will continue to light our lives. God Bless

    A Friend

  4. We were so fortunte to have the opportunity to get to know your beautiful daughter Rianna. As you know, Rianna was close friends with Casey and was often at our home. She was kind, sweet, well-mannered and funny and loved to tease my husband – the Notre Dame fan by wearing her USC shirt. We will miss her dearly and know she will be in Casey’s heart forever.
    Peter, Nancy, Casey, Erin & Shane Burke

  5. Patti Sharga says:

    Tania and Scott,

    Both Rick and I wanted to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Yesterday’s service was both heartbreaking and beautiful. It is something I know I will never forget. Sorry we did not get to give you a hug and speak to you in person.

    Rianna was a beautiful young lady in every sense of the word. My memories of Rianna are of how much she loved her family. Everytime you all came over for dinner I was always touched as to how much your kids love you both. They were always at your side.

    Now is the time to morn the loss that special gift from God. She is with him now, probably doing a makeover. I feel the same as Rianna’s teacher, Heaven was jealous.

    Find comfort in each other and cherish your memories. You have family and friends who love you. Please know we are here for you, always.

    With much Love,

    Rick and Patti Sharga

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