Helen R. Conroy

Born on 07/20/1920

Departed on 03/19/2017

Resided in Ruther Glen, Virginia

Helen Romaine Conroy, 96, of Ruther Glen, formerly of Stafford, passed away Sunday, March 19, 2107.

Survivors include her husband, Charles W. Conroy; sons Charles W. Conroy II (Laurie), Roger Schmidt (Barbara),  John Robert Conroy (June); grandchildren Jessica Chang (Wayne), Crystal Turley, Keri Turner, Marcie Collins, Matt Schmidt (Kristin), Stacy Collins (Ed), Christopher Schmidt, Sabrina Brosnihan (Steve); granddaughter-in-law, Lisa Conroy; great grandchildren David Flippo, Jordan Conroy, McKenzie Conroy, Charlie Conroy, Madison Conroy, Hunter Turley, Ethan Turley, Bradley Chang, Mason Chang, Samantha Collins, Shawn Collins, Kelcie Turner, Kristin Turner and Kinley Collins,; and great great granddaughter Aaliyah Turner. She was preceded in death by her grandson, John Robert Conroy, Jr.

The family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, March 26 at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.

A service will be held at noon Monday, March 27 at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.  Burial will follow at 2 p.m. in Quantico National Cemetery.

 

4 thoughts on Helen R. Conroy

  1. Susie and Lee Meier and Family on said:

    Our Cherished Aunt Helen, we will miss your sweet smile, your laughter and the joy you brought to all of us. You will remain in our hearts forever.

  2. Carolyn Jones-Wynn on said:

    Helene was a ray of sunshine. She loved her husband and family with all her heart. I will always remember your kind words and beautiful smile. Another angel in heaven. Rest in peace.

  3. Barbara Schmidt Sefel on said:

    Helen was my mother-in-law for 20 years and a mom to me for 50+ years. She welcomed everyone with open arms – you knew you were loved just by being in her presence. Her laugh was infectious and she could sit and talk to you for hours. She wasn’t happy until she had food on the table and fed you (she was an excellent cook). Sunday I lost someone that I loved and she will be dearly missed. Rest in Peace Mom – Love you.

  4. Barbara Schmidt Sefel on said:

    Helen was my mother-in-law for 20 years and a mom to me for 50+ years. She welcomed everyone with open arms – you knew you were loved just by being in her presence. Her laugh was infectious and she could sit and talk to you for hours. She wasn’t happy until she had food on the table and fed you (she was an excellent cook). Sunday I lost someone that I loved and she will be dearly missed. Rest in Peace Mom – Love you.

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