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Margaret C. Conley

Born: 1917     Died: 2013

Margaret C. Conley

Margaret C. Conley nee Morrissey. age 95. Beloved wife of the late Joseph R. Loving mother of JoAnn (Fred) Johnson, Kathleen (Harry) Forberg, the late Thomas Conley, the late Mary Ellen Conley and the late Philip Conley. Proud grandma of Janine (Merle) Larson, Danielle Conley, Jillian Johnson and Brian Conley. Cherished great-grandma of Conor Fitzgerald. Dear sister of Marie (Mike) Lynch and the late John “J.P.” Morrissey, the late Theresa (late David) Mahoney and the late Tom Morrissey. Also loved by many nieces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 am from the Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 2929 W. 87th St., Evergreen Park to Our Lady of Loretto Church. Mass 10:00 am. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Monday 2 to 9 pm. Member of Our Lady of Loretto Senior Club. In lieu of flowers masses preferred. (708) 636-2600 or www.bradygill.com

Visitation:

Time:
July 29, 2013  2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
Brady-Gill, Evergreen Park   -   Map
Street:
2929 W. 87th St.
City:
Evergreeen Park
State:
IL
ZIP:
60805

Service:

Date:
July 30. 2013
Time:
Mass 10:00 am
Location:
Our Lady of Loretto Church, Hometown, IL

Final Disposition:

Type:
St. Mary Cemetery
Location:
Evergreen Park, IL.

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Therese Mahoney 07-30-2013 13:31

I consider myself fortunate to have had Marge Conley as an aunt. Whenever she would come over, whether she was there for a get-together or just passing by, the living room would brighten up as we listened to news of family, friends, and the neighborhood. The talk would range over a variety of subjects, such as the weekly specials at Jewel, the delicious coffeecakes at Wolf's Bakery, or the latest Chicago-style political scandal. Often the subject of education would come up, and we understood that she wanted us all to do well in school.

Friendly and outgoing, she had her own unique style. More often than not, she was all dolled up and coiffed, wearing fancy jewelry. Her smile and laughter and the distinct rhythm and flow of her words were unmistakable. During her visits, lots of information and ideas were discussed, and what became apparent throughout the discussions was her intense love of family. If you were a family member, (and for her that term included nieces and nephews and cousins and aunts and friends,) you could count on her to be cheering for you and proud when you succeeded and offering words of encouragement when you didn't. She had big shoulders--she would pitch in and help when things were difficult. For instance, when my mother was in declining health, Aunt Marge helped care for her.
Over the years, Aunt Marge always kept in contact, even though I had moved away. A letter from her made the day special, and I enjoyed reading her candid observations about the family and her hopes and concerns for us all. Her beautiful penmanship made each page a work of art.

Farewell dear Aunt, I'll always remember your fondness for a good poker game, your fun-loving spirit, and your loving heart.

 
 
Lisa 07-29-2013 15:50

Such an incredible woman with a heart made of gold. She will be missed by all. My love and thoughts are with all of her family

 
 
JoAnn Johnson 07-28-2013 11:13

I was always so proud of having you for a mother, mom. You were a woman of integrity who taught us values that would carry us throughout our lives. You taught us to have faith in God and in ourselves. We learned through your example. I know you're with Mary and Tom and Philip, and finally with your husband and parents and brothers and Helen and Veronica, but most of all you're with God where you belong, and of course, your favorite, St. Anthony. Hope we can live nearly as good a life as you did so we go straight up to Heaven with no stops in between. We miss you and Mary.

love, joann

 
 
Lindsey Galvao 07-26-2013 06:28

Dear Jill and family,

So sorry to hear of your grandmother's passing. We are all keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,

Lindsey, Ricky, and Eleanor Galvao

 
 
Paul Grajek 07-25-2013 23:44

I knew Mrs. Conley for over 12 years, but still it wasn't nearly enough. I will never forget her heartwarming smile, her laughter, and her constantly polite and generous nature. I have the utmost respect for her strength in all she had persevered through the years. Her vibrant love of live will live on in her children and grandchildren.

 

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