Annie Pearl Magee Conley

May 3, 1924July 27, 2020

On July 27, 2020, Annie Conley died peacefully at the age of 96. Annie was born in Tylertown, MS, but lived most of her life in Houston, TX and North LA. She was married to Frank Conley, Sr., for 48 years and was a devoted mother to eight children, 21 grandchildren, and numerous great and great-great grandchildren. She always provided love and guidance to her family, whether over a home-cooked meal or a fiercely competitive game of Scrabble or Parcheesi. Annie had a sharp wit, a keen sense of humor, and an infectious laugh. She enjoyed reading non-fiction, especially presidential biographies, but her real loves were fishing and cooking -- and explaining how you weren’t doing either quite right.

Annie is preceded in death by her husband Frank, her children Willard, Earl, and Robert Conley, and daughter LaNell Conley Morrison Pettaway. She is survived by sons Frankie, Jr., Roy, and Gator Conley, and daughter Pat Conley with whom she lived for the last thirty years of her full and wonderful life.

Services for Mrs. Conley will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, July 31, 2020, at Hill Crest Memorial Mausoleum Chapel, officiated by Bro. Jared Pickett. Interment will follow in Hill Crest Memorial Park.


  • Frank Conley, Husband (deceased)
  • Willard Conley, Son (deceased)
  • Earl Conley, Son (deceased)
  • Robert Conley, Son (deceased)
  • LaNell Conley Morrison Pettaway, Daughter (deceased)
  • Frankie Conley, Jr., Son
  • Roy Conley, Son
  • Gator Conley, Son
  • Pat Conley, Daughter
  • Mrs. Conley also has twenty-one grandchildren, and numerous great and great-great-grandchildren.

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  • Mausoleum Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Annie Pearl Magee Conley

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July 30, 2020

While fishing on one of the lakes that had slot limits you weren't sure you was going to like the idea of having to release a bass because it was too big to keep. Robert said first we need to catch one and then we'll worry about it. As fate would have it you caught a very large bass and didn't want to let it go... We all had fun watching the video of your full dramatic release of that fish because you broke into one of your famous belly laughs after letting it go.


July 30, 2020

Remembering how you would get tickled about something and start laughing which would make the others in the room join in laughing with you.... You would laugh so hard you belly would join in ... what we would call a genuine belly laugh.

Pat Conley

July 30, 2020

I was planting flowers and Mom was burning gum balls she had raked out of the garden. She paused, looked at me and said, "I could not be any happier than I am now working in the yard with my daughter. I knew when you were born I would always have a home and someone who loved me."


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