In Memory of Jeff Conway

Dear Friends, Family and Colleagues:

On the morning of December 13th, we suddenly lost the most caring, complex, selfless, intelligent, strong, funny, and beautiful man, Jeff Conway. The family has unexpectedly had their father, son, brother, uncle, and husband taken from them. We are devastated and shocked beyond belief. Please keep Casie, Brandon and Chelsea and Forrest, Carolyn, James and Brianna, Craig, and me in your thoughts and prayers.

Jeff knew everyone and knew how to fix and build everything and never hesitated to help those who were in need and/or talk about the details on how to solve something. He dedicated his life to serving his family and others.


As friends have shared:

"Jeff was everybody's friend, always there if you needed him, the guy that rallied everyone, the one you depended on. Healthy as an ox, a hard-working man, honest and forthright and just a genuinely nice human"

“Such a good soul, a man who, even as a teenager, displayed deep integrity, genuine friendship, strength, wit and good humor. A true loss.”

“One of the, if not the first person to talk to me, make me feel welcome at Lincoln Middle School. Basically, the reason that I had the friends I did. Never forget his sardonic humor, and two-on-two basketball league.”

“A testament to Jeff that everyone who knew him from back in the day has commented on his integrity, friendship, decency. NB schools could be cliquish, but Jeff made friends across any boundary. He really brought the best out in all of us.”

“Jeff was humble, understated, witty, selfless....attributes that challenge and inspire personal self-actualization. He earned respect by example. I met him in middle school, it was a pleasure to call him a friend.”

Conquer Cancer is one of only a few organizations committed to defeating all forms of cancer--from the common to the rare. The organization supports groundbreaking research, sharing cutting-edge knowledge and building a world free from the fear of cancer.

Jeff gave at every opportunity. He valued relationships and was always challenging others to be more graceful and selfless.

Thank you for your contribution in his name.

The Conway family

 

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