Randy Lee Conry

October 6, 1953May 22, 2019

Randy Lee Conry was born on October 6, 1953 and passed away on May 22, 2019.


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Kathy Casey

June 9, 2019

I just learned today of Randy’s passing. I am so saddened to learn of this news. I knew Randy from our days at Bell Junior High. He was a great teacher. I remember the jokes he would tell in the teachers lounge before the beginning of the day at school. He raised our spirits and we felt we could take on another day.
Rest In Peace, dear Randy. You and your family are in my prayers.

Kathy Casey

Beverly Bobo-Pridgenhoward

May 27, 2019

To the Conry Family. My heart broke when I heard the news of the passing of one of my most influential and inspirational teachers passing. I had the pleasure of being in his hombase class 2002-2004 if my memory recalls. It was never a dull moment in his class. He always spoke words of encouragement and uplifting into his students lives. He was a very passionate teacher. I remember running i to him after high school and he was still inspiring and teaching me. One of the teachers who helped me enroll into colleges. Ill never forget weds he always wore a turquoise shirt. His school spirit was unmatched but his pride was teaching history. His lessons were never boring and his spunk comedic teaching was the reason I enjoyed school. Thank you for allowing him to inspire us students. May his family find solace and love

NiNi Navarro

May 27, 2019

I had the pleasure of getting to know Mr. Conry back in 2000-2003 while attending O’farrell Middle school. There isn’t very little to say about Mr. Conry, but there is more than enough. His commitment and passion for his students was such a genuine display of his heart. He never saw the negative and faults in students and always helped each person find their strength in order to succeed. He Was a dedicated man to his job and he knew how to understand us stubborn, bratty, young kids. I know his impact in this lifetime will never be forgotten by many!

Leilani Gobaleza

May 26, 2019

I had the pleasure of being Mr. Conry’s student at O’Farrell. He prepared innovative history lesson plans, challenging each of us to think beyond the textbook and more about how we could use what we’d learned to effect change in our lifetime. He was one of the main reasons that I ended up choosing history as my major in college. He was firm but kind, bright as hell, and emotionally intelligent (he handled us rowdy kids magnificently).

Mr. Conry, you are and will be missed. Thank you for your commitment to education and diversity. Thank you for never giving up on even the craziest students.

Joseph Navarro

May 26, 2019

I had the privilege and honor to be taught and guided by Mr. Conry during my middle school yrs. at O’Farrell middle school back in 1998-2000. Family 2 “Achievers”. My home room teacher and history teacher. Mr. Conry had such a impact on me in my life, he was that one teacher that actually cared about your future and well being. He continued to care even once his students had moved on. I would pay weekly visits to him after I graduated. He helped me realize that school was important but also that your character “personality” will get you to where you want to be in the future. That’s why I believe his words of wisdom helped me be a successful adult, and also have a positive attitude and outlook on life. His response to everything was a smile and a genuine head nod regardless of the situation, that smile said it all. Thank you Mr. Conry for your dedication and loyalty to your students, friends and family.

Byron King

May 25, 2019

I had the honor of working with Randy for 25 years at Bell Junior High and O'Farrell Community School. Randy was one of six teachers who, along with principal/CEO Bob Stein, designed an innovative instructional and organizational program for O'Farrell in 1989-1990. Randy was friendly, funny, encouraging and supportive of his students and colleagues. Randy's legacy is found in the young women and men who were fortunate enough to have had him as their teacher.

Mark Drazenovich

May 25, 2019

I worked with Randy for some years at Twain Morse he was a good guy. Where I come from that is one of the greatest compliments you can bestow upon a friend. He was truly respected and loved by his colleagues. He students loved him as well. I never heard an unkind word spoken about him. Randy held court with the fellas we spent many mornings and lunches laughing and telling stories. Randy could tell a story with the best of them. We all knew he was devoted to his wife . We don't get to say this often off he was one if the good ones. Randy, life moves on but it is greatly diminished by your passing. You knew me and my Faith so I say this Good Bless You!