OBITUARY

Gregory "Greg" S. Conner

September 10, 1956March 21, 2020
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Gregory S. Conner, age 63, of Kennesaw, Georgia passed away on Saturday March 21, 2020. Greg was born September 10, 1956 in Marietta, Georgia to Jewell Conner and Edgar J Conner. Greg is survived by his wife, Becky Conner; son Steve Dobbs (Carrie); and daughter Shannon Farist (Sean); mother Jewell Conner; sister Cheryl Blackwell; grandchildren Aarick, Carressa, Jake, and Amber, nephew Jonathan and niece Lauren. He was preceded in death by his father Edgar J Conner, and brother-in-law Ronald Blackwell. A native of Georgia, Greg was working as a HVAC Chiller Mechanic with JS Thomas Incorporated in Alpharetta. He also was a member of the Local Union 72 - Plumbers, Pipefitters, HVACR Technicians. Greg enjoyed the beach, taking his boat out on the lake as well as fishing and Nascar. Greg never met a stranger and if you had an opportunity to meet him you had a friend for life. Family will be receiving visitors for Greg on Friday, April 3, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home, 2950 Cobb Pkwy NW, Kennesaw, Georgia 30152.

The Family will hold a Celebration of Life Party at a future date, once the Corona Virus Pandemic has subsided. Please check out and follow our Facebook group – “Friends of Greg Conner”

https://www.facebook.com/groups/216399102779531/?ref=share Following the Visitation there will be a family only memorial service at 3:30 pm. Please note that the Funeral Home will strictly adhere to the CDC guidelines that are in place concerning the Corona Virus Pandemic. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Greg's memory may be made to American Heart Association at heart.org. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.winkenhoferpineridgefuneralhome.com for the Conner family.

The celebration of life for Gregory Conner will be live streamed at http://www.facebook.com/winkenhoferpineridge/ on April 3, 2020 at 3:30 pm.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Gathering Friday, April 3, 2020
  • Family only Celebration of Life Memorial Service Friday, April 3, 2020

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Gregory "Greg" S. Conner

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April LaRock

April 3, 2020

Our hearts are broken over the sudden loss of Uncle Greg and we're so sorry we can't be there with all of you now. I will always remember him for his smile, big hugs, laughter, and all of the fun in the sun we had at the lake and the beach growing up. May you cling to all of the wonderful memories of him, especially on the days when your heart feels shattered missing him. May God embrace you in His loving arms and may Greg's soul rest in peace.

With all of our love and prayers,
April, Roger, Journey and Family

April LaRock

April 3, 2020

Our hearts are broken over the sudden loss of Uncle Greg and we're so sorry we can't be there with all of you now. I will always remember him for his smile, big hugs, laughter, and all of the fun in the sun we had at the lake and the beach growing up. May you cling to all of the wonderful memories of him, especially on the days when your heart feels shattered missing him. May God embrace you in His loving arms and may Greg's soul rest in peace.

With all of our love and prayers,
April, Roger, Journey and Family

Douglas Ray

March 25, 2020

Greg will be missed by all who knew him. My fondest and early memories of Greg date back to when he and I were just kids...he was about 14 years old and I was 10. We had a mutual interest in everything fast that had a motor in it like go-carts, motorcycles, cars, etc. As a kid, I loved visiting his sweet loving family, and Greg usually took me for a ride on his motorized toys while I was there. I will forever remember the good times from many years ago.

Tina Cleghorne

March 24, 2020

We all loved Greg very much. He will be greatly missed.

Brian Jonas

March 23, 2020

Greg was such a great friend, Mentor and so helpful in all he did for the HVAC industry. He taught me so much early in my career...He also was such a great friend and would tell you when you were wrong and tell you how to make it right. He believed in everyone. RIP GREG....
Heaven must have Chiller down that no one else could fix and the Lord needed you more than we did. Until we meet again...

Ray Jones

March 23, 2020

Greg was one of the best technicians I have had the privilege to work with. He had an infinite knowledge of all sizes and brands of equipment that was ever manufactured. He also was one of my best friends. I will miss his good nature, and boisterous laugh. Rest in peace my brother.

Judy Campbell

March 23, 2020

My heart is so saddened to hear about Greg's passing. My family has wonderful memories of his childhood and numerous camping trips with the Conners. Greg was a loving person, he loved his wife, mother, father, sister, niece, nephew, and his many friends.
May the family find comfort in memories. My love to all of you.

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