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Blake-Lamb Funeral Home

4727 West 103Rd Street, Oak Lawn, IL

OBITUARY

Brian Edward Conry

April 19, 1980November 24, 2019
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Brian Conry, age 39, passed away on November 24, 2019. Loving husband of 12 years to Deborah Conry, nee Murray; Beloved father of Logan Conry and Heather (Kristen) Siergiej; Cherished grandpa “Big Sir” of Charlie; Dear son of Marjorie and the late Richard Conry; Caring brother of Kevin (Elizabeth Hawes) Conry and Heather (Daniel Kupres) Conry; Uncle, cousin, Godfather, and friend, who will be missed by many.

Visitation will be from 3-9 PM on Friday, 11/29, at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W 103rd St, Oak Lawn, IL 60453. Funeral Service to take place at 10 AM on Saturday, 11/30, at the Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 29, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 30, 2019
  • Interment Saturday, November 30, 2019

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Eric Schnoor

December 3, 2019

I worked with Brian for a number of years at PLA and honestly, he was one of my favorite people there. I'm really sorry for your loss. He was really funny, with a very dry wit but also had one of the best work ethics of anyone that I've ever met. I remember how happy he was to get married and how fondly he talked about his family. He and I lost touch after I left PLA in 2014 but I still thought about him from time to time over the years, specifically as an example of someone who was really humble but was a lot better at his job than he gave himself credit for, and was really sad to hear that he had passed away. My best wishes and deepest condolences to your family, I can't imagine how difficult this is for you.

Ellen Paris

November 29, 2019

Brian was a wonderful guy. He always had a hug for me when I came to the family gathering. I will miss that.

Caron Long Hojjati

November 28, 2019

My deepest condolences and heartfelt wishes to Brian’s family- I only knew Brian for short time due to our connection with the annual Family Office Technology meeting in Fort Lauderdale-he was extremely knowledgeable and a warm soul. He will truly be missed.

Luis M. Ramirez

November 27, 2019

Dear Debbie ,
Sorry for your loss. I will remember the good times we spent together with Brian. The happy memories we shared. Please know that I have been praying for you and will continue to pray for you and little Logan.
God bless you,
Luis M. Ramirez

Nancy and Cheryl LoPresti

November 27, 2019

You will be truly missed. Spending time with you always put a smile on our faces and warmth in our hearts. Every time we seen you at a parade we would call out your name, sometimes you seen us and sometimes not (never remembering you wore ear plugs). It was an honor to see you play one last time, Thank you for the memories!
As we will always, honor and remain loyal to your family.
From one Irisher to another Sla'n Leat (Goodbye for now)
Our dear friend!!
C&N

Kristen Siergiej

November 27, 2019

Brian was my guy. He was my best friend. Whenever I needed help with anything, big or little, he was there. When Heather wanted something made and I told her "no problem", I always talked it over with Brian and it then became our project. He would teach me all about his power tools and the correct way to do any type of woodworking. Whenever I told him it looked good, he made sure we worked on it for another 2 hours. Everything Brian did had to be perfect. He was my drinking buddy. I never drank beer until I met Brian and now Bud Light is my go to. I always made sure to have beer in the fridge just in case Brian came over for whatever reason. Whenever I had a craving for Buffalo Wild Wings, all I had to do was tell Brian and we were there. And everytime I watched him sweat as he ate those blazing wings. I dont know how that was enjoyable but everything with Brian was. He kept me sane at family parties (sorry guys, lol), he taught me that Dodge was the only option, and that everything in the house needed an anchor if hung. I have only good memories of Brian and that's how I will forever remember him. He was a great husband, father, and Big Sir (he didnt like to be called grandpa so we improvised). I looked up to Brian in many ways. I wanted to be just like him. Brian was the best person I knew and I know we are all going to miss him greatly. I know I have some big shoes to fill.

Love you Brian!

Michael Speiser

November 27, 2019

Worked with Marge for almost 30 years. I'm sorry for your loss.

Kathie White

November 26, 2019

Marge,Kevin and Heather, Scott, myself, Nicholas and Jackie all send our deepest sympathies to you. We have wonderful memories of Brian. He was our "sucker man" for many years. He was a child that would eat anything anywhere, sense the name. He was part of our family as were Kevin and Heather from infants until you all started school. Our deepest condolences to his and your families.

Michael Stanula

November 26, 2019

Ive known Brian since he join the SYKB as a skinny little high school kid. We called him Micro Dude , but he could play the drums like a seasoned veteran. His brother Kevin has worked for me for what seems like forever. Brian & Kevin are the definition of what brothers should be, supportive , caring, buddies, love. I will forever remember you and the entire Conry family. RIP Brian

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