Connie Jean Seal

1955 ~ 2022

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Connie Jean Bolton Seal, age 67 returned home to the arms of her loving Heavenly Father and loved ones on the morning of December 23, 2022. She passed away after nearly three months of fighting a rare brain infection. She was born on September 3, 1955 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Gene and Maxine Bolton. She married the love of her life, Randal Seal on August 22, 1974 for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple. She and her husband raised their family in Sandy and have lived in Draper for the past 14 years.

Connie was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. She was a proud mother of three Eagle Scouts and one daughter that received her Young Womanhood Recognition.

Connie Graduated from Brighton High School in 1973, she was on the drill team and member of the pep club.

Connie was a devout disciple of Jesus Christ, daughter of God, and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She had a unique gift of knowing how to serve people and possessed the true love of Christ. She served as Young Woman’s president twice, multiple callings in the primary and served in various positions in the relief society. She and Randy served as service missionaries in South Salt Lake. She also worked in the Draper Temple. Her most recent calling was in primary teaching CTR 4. She loved each one of the children.

Mom would do anything for her children. She made each person feel special, that their opinion was valued, and they were “her favorite”. She liked to have things perfect and loved to plan parties. Christmas was her favorite time of year. She liked to plan every detail right down to the way the house smelled.

For the last 22 years of her life nothing was more important than her grandchildren. “I have no greater joy than to hear that my [grand]children walk in truth.” 3 John 1:4. Connie’s desire in life was to have an eternal family and to be together forever.

Connie is survived by her husband of 48 years Randal, parents Gene and Maxine Bolton, four children, Matthew (Teresa); Brian (Natalie); Nathan (Brandi); Crystal (Andy) Gold; 11 grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her grandson Matthew Caleb Seal, brothers Steven Bolton and David Bolton, mother-in-law Elaine Seal, and father-in-law Stanley Seal. The family would like to thank all the medical professionals at St. Mark’s Hospital, Utah Valley Specialty Hospital, and Neurorestorative.

A viewing will be held Thursday, December 29, 2022, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel located at 348 Manti Drive, Draper, Utah. Funeral services will be held on Friday, December 30, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel located at 348 Manti Drive, Draper, Utah with a viewing from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Interment to follow at Larkin Sunset Gardens.

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Connie was like a second mom to me. She always thought of others and was in the service of others. She would post pictures of her grandchildren , she was so proud of them. My thoughts and prayers go to the family I am so sorry for your loss.

- Christine Peterson

Connie was like a second mom to me. She always thought of others and was in the service of others. She would post pictures of her grandchildren , she was so proud of them. My thoughts and prayers go to the family I am so sorry for your loss.

- Christine Peterson

Dear Randy and family,
We are so grateful to have known Connie over the years. She was so fun to serve with in Young Women’s and such a loving and kind friend. You both have been great examples of service. Our hearts and prayers are with you as we know you will miss her so much.. Thank heavens for our knowledge of eternal families. We pray for you to feel comfort and peace. We love you.

- Greg and Lorraine Dahl

I'm so sorry for your loss! Sending love and prayers!

- Vicky Dahn

Connie was my visiting teacher, she always was so compassionate and friendly, helpful and giving. She always had beautiful necklaces, and fresh nails, with a friendly message. She was a great friend, we grew close over the years. Paul and I enjoyed Randy and her company at dinner events, and ward activities. We have since moved retired in St George, been away for 6 years. I have missed being closer. We share our deepest condolences for your loss. She is amongst the sweet angels of heaven, she is one of them. We love you Connie, till we can be together again. We send our love to Randy and the whole family.

- Dolly and Paul Cox

The Boltons were our neighbors for many years. Connie was always kind to me. A great family. Much sympathy. Prayers coming their way... Susan, Jim, Ann and David Nuttall

- Susan Nuttall Robinson

Connie was a great neighbor and a very caring person! She is not only in good hands at this time, but she is lending her hands to others in the next realm of life! She is truly a blessing! Bless her family, and especially Randy! Love to you all!

- Iris Sloan

Dolly and I are great admirers of Connie and Bp. Seal.
We know she is in good hands and would like Bp. Seal to know that he is in our prayers for endurance and comfort.

- Paul Cox

Your son is one of the best examples of who I want to be. Thank you for raising him up to be the man he is today. One of the sons of Helaman. I'm grateful to rub shoulders with you through him. He sure loves you!

- Justin Gurr

Randy & family, please know that our hearts are grieving with yours. Connie blessed so many people during her life including ours. Our family was created because she took a little drive not knowing why, but ended up right where she needed to be. She lived her life serving others and moving forward during difficult times. We are missing her with you & awaiting the day we will see her again.

- Sarah & Brian Cole family

I am so sorry to hear this sad news. I remember Connie so well from the time I had Crystal in my kindergarten class. Connie was so kind, always smiling and offered to help whenever I needed anything for my class. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

- Diane Kopp

I have known Connie since I met shawana ans she was always been a very sweet person. May the the peace be with her family. RIP connie.

- Ronald S Lovato

Our heart is breaking for the loss of a wonderful person. Connie was always good to us . I am so sorry for your loss for the Seal family and the Bolton family ... Connie You will always be in my heart... because in there you're still alive.
Chris & Betty Seal.

- Chris and Betty Seal

Connie is always a light of pure charity to everyone she associates with and wins over hearts with her quick smile and immediate interest in others. I always loved to be around her because she radiated a special light that drew others to her. She was an Angel on earth to help so many in the smallest details of their life! She has left an amazing legacy to her family that will be an awesome example of a disciple of Jesus Christ.

- Kerry Harkness

I loved stopping by your house as a teen and visiting with Connie and sometimes Randy. She would always listen without judgement. She was an amazing Young Women's leader and I loved getting to serve as a camp leader with her after my mission. Connie always had a smile for everyone. She was so full of love and care for those around her. She had a gentle, loving soul that was was probably too good for this harsh world. She was an angel in the flesh. Sending much love and many prayers to the Seal family. ❤️

- Patti (Jewkes) Jensen

Our deepest condolences to you and your family at this time. Connie was an amazing woman, friend, Primary teacher and sister in the Willow Canyon 5th ward. She always had a smile and kind words to say and would brighten our day.

- Shane and Teresa Newbold & Family

I'm so sorry for your loss. Connie was such a sweet person and I really appreciated her friendship. I'm sending love and prayers for your family.

- Tyla Newbold

My dearest Connie I have a hard time not having you here with me. I text you a message then realize that you aren't going to answer. I love you so much and love your family. I still need my friend to talk me off the roof. I love you like my sister. Say hey to everyone for me and let them know that I miss them.

- kathy north