Three days after his passing, Conrad’s family received a mail notification that Conrad had been nominated to the National Society of Leadership and Success by his professors at Santa Rosa Junior College.
Conrad began to ride motorcycles at age 6, practicing and competing in many motocross races, along with his twin brother Martin. To this day he has over 50 trophies in his bedroom. Recently, after several months of saving, he was finally able to purchase his most recent motorcycle. His joyful and passionate life was quickly cut short on July 14, when he collided with a crossing vehicle on Sonoma Mountain Parkway. Conrad was returning home after delivering a printing order to Staples for a handbook he had just finished producing for Sequoia Senior Solutions, his parents’ company.
We want to express our deepest gratitude to all our family and friends who stood by our side with love and support in this time of deepest and indescribable sorrow. Conrad leaves behind his twin brother Martin, older brother Cody, and his parents Stanton Lawson and Gabriella Ambrosi, as well as many uncles, aunts, and cousins, both in California and in Italy.
A Memorial and Celebration of Life took place on Saturday, August 5th at the Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma Campus, Carole L. Ellis Hall and Auditorium in Petaluma, California
There were opportunities for Conrad’s family, friends, and anyone whose life was touched by him to share stories. It was a beautiful and moving memorial.
If you’d like to view and share in the experience, please watch the video below.
Santa Rosa Junior College has set up a designated giving page for the Conrad Lawson Scholarship. To contribute to the Conrad Lawson Memorial Scholarship Fund please click here. Checks may be mailed to SRJC Foundation at 1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401.