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Connie (Davis) Kloepfer

Posted 2018-09-30 by mhenderson
Connie Davis Kloepfer, of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, passed away due
to sustained injuries from a boating accident on April 27, 2018.

Connie was born on April 18, 1960 in Somerset, PA and moved to
Illinois at four years old with her family. Connie graduated in 1978
from Downer's Grove High School. She obtained her cosmetology license
at a young age. In 1987, Connie moved to California where she raised
her family and had a successful career at Salon Tranquility in
Calimesa, CA.

Connie married Brad Kloepfer on July 25, 2006 and spent almost twelve
beautiful years together. They moved to Lake Havasu City, AZ for
retirement.

Connie loved being with her friends and family. She loved being in the
water and enjoyed luxury cruises with Brad. She also loved camping and
off-roading in her Maverick. Connie was a social butterfly who loved
togetherness, laughter and dancing.

Connie was a member of the DCB Lickity Split boating team.

Connie's radiant smile lit up the lives of her friends and family. She
has given us a million wonderful memories to last a lifetime.

Connie was preceded in death by her husband, Brad due to the same
boating accident.

Connie is survived by her parents Melvin and Dorothy Davis, daughters
Jamie and Katie Wright, step-daughter Courtney Wiseman, brothers Mike,
Lonny and Derek Davis and her grandchildren Olivia, Max, Geffen and
Charlotte.

A Memorial Service will be held in Brad and Connie's honor on
Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 10:00am, located at Calvary Baptist Church,
Sweetwater Campus. A Reception is to follow at the Nautical Convention
Center from 12-3pm.

Services were placed in the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home. Thoughts
and condolences can be sent to the Kloepfer family at www.lietz-
frazefuneralhome.com. To send a free card go to
www.sendoutcards.com/lietzfraze

(Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home & Crematory, Lake Havasu City, AZ)

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