Terence P. Connealy

March 29, 1955November 18, 2021

Terence Patrick Connealy, 66, of Prairie Village, Kansas, passed away November 17, 2021. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 AM, Saturday December 4, 2021 at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, 7231 Mission Road, Prairie Village, Kansas.

Terry was a lifelong Kansas City resident. He attended and graduated from both Rockhurst High School and Rockhurst University. Terry was a CPA and worked in both accounting and insurance during his life. He was a loyal and true friend to the many people he met through school and work. Terry enjoyed hunting, golf, visiting his extended family in Nebraska, and was a devout Catholic. Terry was blessed with a son, Philip, daughter-in-law, Amy, and two beautiful granddaughters.

Terry was preceded in death by his parents Philip and Marcella Connealy, his brothers Joseph and John, and his sister Cathleen. He is survived by his son’s family and by his brothers Dan, Kevin (Candy), Tim (Laura), and by many nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his many friends, especially very loyal friends Dan, Dave, and June. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to Welcome House or Rockhurst High School.


  • Welcome House
  • Rockhurst High School


  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Saturday, December 4, 2021


Terence P. Connealy

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Liza Ashner

December 5, 2021

Gosh I'm so saddened by the death of Terry. Was always very fond of him. We just kind of clicked he was always so happy he with a big smile every time he greeted me. I saw him a couple years ago out South and we talked. I'm so sorry I would have been there at the service but I didn't know until too late. God bless Terry and may he rest in peace. Bless all who loved and knew him
Liza Ashner

Catherine Bartholome

December 4, 2021

Kevin and family,
I am very sorry for the loss of your brother, Terry. Too young! As a fellow big-Catholic-family member from Visitation, I too have lost 2 siblings.
I held on to an illusion of immortality for all my siblings, somehow exempt from death! Crazy, I know. I explain to people that despite the largeness of our families, each sibling is a treasure, bonded to one another forever in love and acceptance. We suffer when they suffer, too. So, I send peace and warm vibes to all of you as you grieve Terry's death. Take care of one another!
Cathy Bartholome