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“On behalf of President/Chief Administrator David Eustis and the entire Northwest Catholic High School community, I offer my deepest sympathy on the...Read More »
1 of 16 | Posted by: Kimberly Sanders

“Hello Jean, I was sadden to hear about the loss of your dad - my payers are with you and your family - god bless ”
2 of 16 | Posted by: Dave Norkiewicz

“To Jean and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May you find the comfort, laughter, and tears in the memories you hold in...Read More »
3 of 16 | Posted by: Jeff Koopman

“To Jim, Jean and the Conley family. My deepest sympathy for your loss.Steve ”
4 of 16 | Posted by: Steve Piraino

“To the Conley Family - Gayla and I were saddened to hear of Uncle Leo's passing. Our condolences to the family, and our memories of a smiling and...Read More »
5 of 16 | Posted by: Gary and Gayla Hart

“Jean - So sorry about the loss of your Dad..It is a difficult time. Hope family and friends help you to cope. Take care Natalie Kadis ”
6 of 16 | Posted by: natalie

“Jean and Family: My sincere condolances to all. Losing a dear loved one is never easy but please find comfort that knowing Leo lived a great life...Read More »
7 of 16 | Posted by: Brian Trickett

“Jean, My condolences to you and your family on the loss of your father. Merrill Mac Innis ”
8 of 16 | Posted by: Merrill Mac Innis

“So sorry to hear of Leo's passing. Our condolences to the Conley Family. Evelyn and Barbara Donohue ”
9 of 16 | Posted by: Evelyn and Barbara

“Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss, our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. ”
10 of 16 | Posted by: Susan & Robert Humphreys - MA

“My condolences to the Conley Family. May you all find comfort during this painful time. To loose a loved one brings us great sorrow to our hearts. ...Read More »
11 of 16 | Posted by: TS

“Jean, My condolences to you and your family on the loss of your father.Merrill Mac Innis ”
12 of 16 | Posted by: A friend

“Marge,I am so sorry to hear of Leo's passing. He always had quite a sense of humor and was such a happy person. My thoughts and prayers are with...Read More »
13 of 16 | Posted by: Joni Briggs

“Love and miss you Grandpa, I take comfort in knowing that you're in a better place watching over us. ”
14 of 16 | Posted by: Lindsey Conley - Belmont, MA

“Love You Dad... we'll miss you and as promised, we'll take good care of Mom.XO Jim(my) ”
15 of 16 | Posted by: A friend

“To the family of Leo Conley. I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I always enjoyed playing golf with Leo at the VA in Bedford. A typical round of...Read More »
16 of 16 | Posted by: Ronnie Blanchette - Naples, FL

Leo J. Conley, 88, of Framingham MA, formerly of Belmont, died in his sleep on Jan. 30, 2013 surrounded by his loving family. He leaves his wife of 57 years, Marjorie (Hart) Conley, and six children: Michael J. and Amy Conley, Milford NH; Daniel J. and Ann Minzner Conley, Somerset NJ; Sheila M. Conley, Orford, NH; Leo J. Conley, Jr., Belmont, MA; James P. and Gail Conley, Franklin, MA; and Jean C. and James Manoli, Natick, MA as well as a brother, Thomas D. Conley, of Clearwater FL. Leo also leaves fifteen grandchildren: Seamus, Claire, and Christopher Conley, Brendan and Kathleen Conley, Tyler and Eric Perry, Sarah, Lindsey and Julie Conley, Grace, Erin and William Conley, Rachel and Peter Manoli and many nieces and nephews. He was pre-deceased by his parents and his siblings, Mark, John, Kathleen Ash, and Joseph. Mr. Conley was born and raised in Somerville MA to Michael and Josephine (Drew) Conley in 1924, the fourth of six children. He graduated from Boston Trade School as a welder; he worked on battleships at the Boston Naval Ship Yard. He was a decorated war veteran, serving in the US Army as a sergeant and earned the Purple Heart and Bronze Star for his service in France during World War II. Mr. Conley graduated from Boston University 1951 and majored in Business; he met his future wife, Marjorie Hart while working at Allis Chalmers in Hartford CT. Mr. Conley later worked at PR Mallory and at CMW as a sales engineer in the metallurgy division. He raised his family in Belmont MA, where he was a communicant and a member of the parish council at St. Joseph's Church and a member of the Holy Name Society. He later retired to Little Compton RI and enjoyed boating/fishing and golfing before moving to Stuart FL, where he was an active member of the Monterey Yacht and Country Club community. He resided in Stuart for several years before moving north to Framingham to be with his family during the final months of his illness. He was honored in April 2011 by the French Foreign Legion as a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. Also that year he was flown to Washington DC as part of the Honor Flight Program visiting all the World War II monuments. Mr. Conley will be fondly remembered as an avid golfer and Irish forty-five card player, a devout Catholic and a loving husband, father, and grandfather. Calling hours at the Brown and Hickey Funeral Home Belmont MA will be on Friday, Feb. 1 from 4 - 8 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at St. Joseph's Church on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 10:30 am. Burial arrangements will be private. Mr. Conley will be laid to rest at the National Cemetery in Bourne MA. Donations in his memory may be made to the Fisher House Foundation. http://www.fisherhouse.org. Late U. S. Army Veteran W.W.II

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