Born: August 17, 1948
Entered into Rest : January 12, 2013
Memorial Service : Saturday January 19, 2013 at Heritage Oaks Memorial Chapel
Final Resting Place: Sacramento Valley, National Cemetery, Dixon California
I think about you every single day Dad. I love you so much and wish you were here in person. You will always be in my heart and your spirit beside me. And still, I am sticking to the program.
This is just not fair. My Uncle was suppose to be here for a long time to take over my dad’s position in the family. The only peace that I can come up with is that is he keeping dad company until we can all meet again! I imagine Dad dragging Uncle to the softball fields and Uncle is making Dad watch politics on the biggest screen we can imagine.
Uncle Larry was a man that I always knew I could count on if I ever needed him. He was intelligent, motivated, and although he was a man of few words (the Conway men all were), you knew he loved you with every part of his being. He left us way too early but I can honestly say that he left me with an incredible aunt and three cousins and an in-law that I adore. He makes me proud to be a Conway.
I love you Uncle and I miss you so much!
Your #1 Neice…..Jenni
To the Conways…. I’m sorry its been so long since I have posted just couldn’t seem to find the right words to say. My love and my heart are with all and I know that your pain in indescribable. Your father and husband was such a sweet man. I have known him since the six grade since I became best friends with his beautiful and sweet daughter Misty Marie Conway. I always remember he was so nice always sitting at the kitchen table smoking hios cigar with Cleo and Lady. I only have the greatest memories of him and pray that those memories will leave on with me forever. I love you all and I pray that God gives you the peace that passes all understanding
Thank you Ru. I still find those tips from his cigar in the yard every now and then and he quit 10 years ago haha. I miss him everyday. Thank you for posting. I love you Ruby.
It has been an honor to be your daughter-in-law. Thank you for adopting me into the family so readily and for filling the void left after the loss of my own dad. We shared many amazing trips and the highlight of our cruise to Alaska will always be the bar in Juneau and the crazy piano player!
I miss you deeply and promise to take good care of Jason, Misty and mom. When we meet again get the cards ready and I will bring the SCUM hat.
They are very compassionate and understanding. Because of their own loss, they are empathetic toward others and are knowledgeable about the whole process.— Carolyn Clifton, Rocklin, CA
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