OBITUARY

Judith Lynette Conroy

March 27, 1938April 1, 2019
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Judith Lynette Golliher Conroy, 81, died April 1, 2019 in Atlanta, GA. Judy was born to Kenneth “Cobb” William Golliher and Winnegene Gertrude Robinson Golliher on March 27, 1938 in Portage, Wisconsin. She grew up the only girl with three adoring brothers, the late Kenneth “Jake” William II, the late Donald Eugene, and the late Robert Keith. She graduated from Portage High School. She went on to become the matriarch of the Conroy family and is survived by her four children and their spouses, Greg and Pam Conroy, Scott Conroy, Jim and Ginger Conroy, and Nicole Conroy and Scott Levy as well as her seven grandchildren and step-grandchildren, William, Christine, Savanna, Reagan, and Reese Conroy and Josh and Megan Levy. Judy loved music, dancing, spending time with her family, and hosting holidays at her house for family, friends, and all on-duty police officers in Dekalb County. She was a true friend to everyone she met and touched many lives with her unconditional love and shining spirit. If you were one of the many touched by the life of Judy Conroy, please join her family for a Memorial Service on Sunday, April 7, at 1pm at Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mount Vernon Highway NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, April 7, 2019
  • Reception Sunday, April 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Judith Lynette Conroy

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Pam Conroy

April 5, 2019

Judy was my mother-in-law/friend for 38 years. When I married her son, Thomas Gregory Conroy, in 1984 I didn't know what an amazing Mother-in-law she would turn out to be. I thank her most for being such an awesome Mom & Grandma to the ones that I love. I thank her for raising a man that respects others, works hard, provides for his family, she taught him to give and forgive others, she praised him for his accomplishments in life and told him how proud she was of him. She loved us and we knew it by her calls, her fabulous meals on holidays, her words of affirmation. She was never once critical or judgmental of our mistakes, only supportive. She was a true example of love. I hear my friends say they don't get along with their Mother-in-law, my reply, I have a great Mother-in-law. She will be so missed by our family but I know our memories of her will often be replayed and conversed about in the days ahead. Even when she was in such pain in the end she was still smiling and oh so pleasant. She loved going to the Portage Family reunions, dancing, celebrations, music but most of all loved her family. Always her closing words to everyone would be...LOVE YOU MORE! My response, "NO, I LOVE YOU MORE!!"

Cindy Lacy

April 4, 2019

She will be truly missed. She was always so caring and loving to all. I am so thankful that I was able to talk and reminisce with her two weeks ago. She is now at peace with my Dad (Kenneth Jr.) and our grandparents and two other brothers. Spread those Angel wings and fly. Love you more.

Xan Rawls

April 4, 2019

Jim, my heart goes out to you and your family. Your Mom must have been so proud of the husband, father, and man you are. Prayers sent
Xan

Terri Nardslico

April 3, 2019

My Memories of Judy were of a very kind and caring women who made all that entered her home feel welcome and loved. My prayers for comfort for her family and friends in knowing she has been welcomed home and is at peace.

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