Gary D. Conley

November 04, 1946 ‒ August 25, 2014

Marion, Ohio

Gary D. Conley, age 67, of Fies Ave., Marion, Ohio, passed away on Monday, August 25, 2014 at Morrow Manor Nursing Home in Chesterville, Ohio. He was born on November 4, 1946 in Paintsville, Kentucky to the late Wayne and Mary (Watson) Conley. Gary served in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War and was a member of the Miracle Meeting Church in Galion.

He is survived by his son, Jeremy (Christina) Crissinger of Fredericktown, two grandchildren, J. J. Crissinger and Kirsten Crissinger.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Brenda Conley, two brothers, Will Conley and Donald Conley and a sister, Gail Deck.

A graveside service with military honors will be held on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 2 p.m. in the Old Mission Cemetery in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Pastor Cecil Frazier will be officiating.

The Snyder Funeral Home of Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Gary D. Conley.

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  • My condolences goes out to the family and friends of Gary Conley. Losing a loved one is never easy. We all want to spend our lives with the ones we love and death gets in the way of that. But what comforts me is Acts 24:15 where it says there is going to be a resurrection. So it’s reassuring to know I will be able to see my loved one again and so can you. I hope this has comforted you and may your loved one rest in peace.

  • My condolences to Gary Conley’s family. May you find comfort in knowing the bible says, “To be absent from the body is to be in the presence of the lord.”

  • My condolences to Gary Conley’s family.
    Revalations 21:4
    “And God shall wipe away all the tears from your eyes. There shall be no more death, sorrow or crying. Neither will there be any more pain.”
    Psalms 116:15
    “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints.”

  • I was so sad to hear of Gary’s passing because I haven’t seen him for so long. He helped my ex-husband and I build our master bath addition. He was so much fun to be around. He taught me so much about God (and God’s grace) as he faced his own struggles over the years. Glad to have went to church with him all those years. Sympathies to his family and loved ones.

  • I am truly sorry for your loss. Please be assured that all loved ones have the opportunity to be in our heavenly fathers memory for a resurrection. The day will come when the memorial tombs will open and the dead will arise.
    Sincerely,
    Ora