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Vincetta Rose (Connie) Bruce

vincetta bruce

February 13, 1929 ~ February 17, 2015

Vincetta Rose (Connie) Bruce, age 86, of Fairfax County, VA, on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 took her place in Heaven. She was born on February 13, 1929 in Washington, DC to the late Umberto and Rosa Colea Conte. Vincetta was the loving and devoted mother of Janet Rose(Micky) McGuire, Donald Paul(Evelyn Palce) Bruce, Jr., proud grandmother of Lindsay Dawn Koehler, Carey Jonathan Bruce, David Ryan Bruce, Christina Rosemarie McGuire, great grandmother of Lillian Elise Koehler, Gregory Mason Koehler and Draegan Laurence McGuire, beloved sister of Albert (Joanne) Conte, Rose Horvath and Marguerite Conte, also survived by a host of other family and friends.
Family and Friends will be received on Tuesday, February 24th from 10am to 11am at the parish hall of St. Lawrence Catholic Church, 6222 Franconia Road, Alexandria, VA, a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 am at St. Lawrence Catholic Church with interment immediately following at Fairfax Memorial Park, Fairfax, VA. Please view and sign the family guestbook at www.funeralchoices.com.

Visitation

St. Lawrence Catholic Church - Parish Hall
6222 Franconia Road
Alexandria, VA 22310

February 24, 2015
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Mass of Christian Burial

St. Lawrence Catholi Church
6222 Franconia Road
Alexandria, VA 22310

February 24, 2015
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Cemetery

Fairfax Memorial Park
9900 Braddock Road
Fairfax, VA

February 24, 2015
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

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  1. It is with deep sympathy and condolences, that I come to this guestbook. I want the entire Bruce family to know that each and every member of this family is in my prayers. I pray that their grief is countered by knowing that their loved one is in the best hands now and is no longer suffering, and that they can rejoice in knowing that one day all will be reunited.

  2. I only met Connie with Rose on one trip to DC. She was a wonderful person, a genuine delight. I truly regret that I will not have the pleasure of enjoying her company again, but I will always cherish the memory of the short visit we shared in June, 2013.

  3. Connie was a great sister in law , more like a sister . I enjoyed many wonderful weekends In the early years of my youth . Connie taught me how to make great rigatonis while listening to her sing to the music of Mario Lanza. I know she is at last is at peace and pain free. Connie had a beautiful attitude and and embraced everyday with joy . Janet and Don .. Gods greatest gift returned to God your Mother ..

  4. Connie was a kind and gentle woman.When she sang you knew it was a gift from above. She would bring the Light of God into the room with her love for others and the Lord May God watch over and bless her family, till they meet again in the Kingdom of Heaven . We will always have love for her in our hearts Cathy and David Osborne

  5. Connie was someone that everyone at Morris Glen (where she lived) loved very much. She was always willing to help anyone that needed anything. So generous and kind. She loved bible studies and participated in them. She will be missed so much. Prayers for her family. God Bless Each Of You. Maidee Neighbor and Friend Morris Glen Apts.

  6. Aunt Connie will always be loved for being so warm and kind hearted. I regret not being able to spend more time with her. The times we spent together were enlightening and truly meaningful with love and respect for all. Always the life of the party she also knew the love of God and would share whenever she had the opportunity. Heaven will be more lively with you now Aunt Connie. We miss you so much.


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