Floral 13


November 20, 1977 ~ October 21, 2023 (age 45) 45 Years Old


Smithsburg, MD- Constanza “ Connie “ Liliana Huntzberry, 45, passed unexpectedly on Saturday, October 21, 2023. She was the beloved wife of Damon Huntzberry. She was born on November 20, 1977 in Bogota, Columbia. She was the daughter of Maria Deissy Bonilla Hernandez and the late Tito Noe Rojas Rodríguez.

Connie loved her family: she was preceded in death by her son Yisman (passed at 2 years old). She is survived by her beloved family members on her parents side….Brothers: Fanor Rojas, Orlando Rojas and Omar Rojas.
Sisters: Sarah Stern, Zulma Muñeton.
Brothers and sisters in law: Sonia Rojas, Yanima Rojas, Haim Stern Augusto Henao.
Nieces and nephews: Sara Rojas, Juan Felipe Rojas, Sharon Stern, Yohanan Stern, Drayan Rojas, Kenny Rojas Daniel Quintero.

Connie loved her family of husband Damon Huntzberry. Her mother-in-law Louise Huntzberry, deceased father-in-law Harry Huntzberry, stepson Lane Huntzberry and his wife Aubry and stepson Cole Huntzberry, brother and sister in-law Brad and Pam Huntzberry, nephew Kyle Huntzberry and niece Kayla Huntzberry and husband Dylan Bryce.

Connie worked at Verbena Spa and Salon in Frederick, MD. She really enjoyed her relationship with her fellow employees and most of all with her clients. She had the personality to make people feel they had known her all her life.

Connie really enjoyed the outdoors. Hiking, exploring, and canoeing. A few favorite spots were the Appalachian Trail and Deep Creek Lake. She really loved her dogs Tebow (St. Bernard) and Cookie (mutt) and rescue cat (from Huntzberry Brothers rock crusher) Gigi, along with her three outdoor mouse catching cats (Let’s go Brandon, Chica Tito, and Bear).

But most important to Connie was her passionate faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Her contagious smile shined because of her zest for life and her faith in Jesus. She had the gift of really making people feel welcome, and like she had known them all her life. She was very caring, loving and compassionate. She was a member at Cornerstone Chapel of Leesburg, VA. Where she was involved in the women’s ministry, and the English second language (ESL) ministry. She was very passionate about the ESL, because Connie knew what these people were going through because she had come to the United States from Columbia. She learned the language, became a citizen of the United States, and knows how important it is for our immigrants to learn the language and become a citizen so they can truly thrive in this great nation under God.

A visitation for family and friends will be held at JL Davis funeral home in Smithsburg, MD on Friday, October 27, 2023 from 6 PM to 9 PM. Then the celebration of life service will be held at 11 AM Saturday morning October 28, 2023 at Christ Reformed United Church of Christ, Cavetown, MD.

In lieu of flowers, Connie's family request that memorial gifts in celebration of Connie's life be given to Missions to the nations and the ESL ministry at Cornerstone Chapel. Connie’s desire was to see that the gospel of Jesus Christ transform the lives of people all over the world. Checks can be made out to “i43 ministry” and sent to 38710 Goose Creek Ln., Leesburg, VA 20175. You can also Venmo to @i43-Ministry. All gifts are tax deductible and greatly appreciated.

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October 27, 2023

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
J. L. Davis Funeral Home
12525 Bradbury Ave
Smithsburg, MD 21783

Celebration of Life
October 28, 2023

11:00 AM
Christ Reformed United Church of Christ (Cavetown, MD)


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