Constance Schaub

March 30, 2020
Constance Schaub

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Connie went to be in glory with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on March 30. She was born on September 21, 1948 to Mary Lattig Scholl and Edmund R. Scholl in Irvington, New Jersey.  She went to Perth Amboy High School and then Caldwell College in New Jersey. While in college she met and fell in love with Peter Schaub. They were married on November 28, 1970 and moved to Northern Virginia. Connie worked in the travel business until she stayed at home to raise her children, Gretchen and Johanna. She was a tireless worker on behalf of her children and was for many years employed in the Fairfax County schools. Upon retirement in 2010, she moved with Peter to the Williamsburg area. She made friends easily and was devoted to these many relationships through the years. She was an active volunteer serving at Grove Christian Outreach Center in their summer lunch and Christmas programs for children. Her commitment to others in her way of life was a testimony to her faith. Connie and her husband Peter have been active members of Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, where she taught a ladies Bible study. Connie is survived by her husband Peter, daughters Gretchen Williams and Johanna Schaub Aipperspach, her granddaughter Kelsey Aipperspach who was a God given joy to her, her sister Roberta Lisi, niece Jennifer Martelli, nephews Lance Brossa and Jesse Brossa, great niece Nina Brossa, and great nephew Joseph Martelli. 

In Lieu of Flowers please make a donation in Connie’s memory to Christian Outreach Center at


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  • April 01, 2020
    Paul B. Searles, US Coast Guard, Retired says:
    Remembering our sweet sister Connie from the Bible studies in their home near Alexandria, VA will always be reflections of joy for me. She was a supreme hostess attending us with the most delightful of refreshments, along with her sharp wit and inviting charm. Their (Peter's and Connie's) comforting fellowship in our precious Lord Jesus Christ will always be in my heart, an oasis in the desert of my pilgrimage here... I pray that God will comfort those she leaves behind for now until the day of Christ when, with trumpet sound, we shall meet again. I remain gratefully yours, - bro Paul -

  • April 01, 2020
    Ann & Bill Sim says:
    Such sad news, we are thinking of you during this truly difficult time.

  • April 01, 2020
    Mary Lou Linnekin says:
    Connie was a wonderful, dear friend. I first met her and Peter when they came to Grace Covenant. For a while we were in the same home group. Connie led a number of Women’s Bible Studies. One of my favorites was on “Grace.” At the end of that study, Connie gave each one of us a coffee cup with the word, “Grace “ on it. It is the most used cup and every time I use it I think of my dear friend. I will miss your smile, our women’s, Wednesday coffee gathering, which you started, and the Godly woman you were. You will be greatly missed!

  • April 01, 2020
    Jack barrar says:
    Peter and family, Betsy and I were very sad to hear about your beloved Connie. Ever since we met her back at West Potomac high school she was always very gracious to us. She was especially welcoming when we moved to Ford’s Colony. She was very special and we will miss her.

  • April 02, 2020
    Judy Stein says:
    To Peter, Gretchen, and Johanna, I was so sorry to read about Connie's passing. She was such a friendly and nice person, who contributed to the community in many ways. My heartfelt sympathy to the family, Judy Stein