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November 20, 2014
so wonderful to see that Scott will always be remembered with such compassion and talent. We will miss you forever.
Love Carolyn and Nick.
November 19, 2014
We speak of Dr Conner often and remember a truly wonderful, compassionate, caring man. We miss seeing his smiling face.
November 18, 2014
We miss you every day
September 02, 2013
Something told me to look up Dr.Connor. I am shocked at his passing.
In May and June of 1990 he excised a 6CM
'Acoustic Neuroma' from my head. He told me afterward that I was the sickest patient he ever had that lived.
Thanks to Dr. Connor I'm still here.

He was my Surgeon & Guardian Angel; he sat all night watching over my care in the Doctor's booth of the ICU after operating on me for 15 hours [after the 2nd surgery]. I was in and out but he'd still be there when I'd wake up and look over.
I thank him and send my heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.
God Bless.
August 28, 2013
28 years ago Dr Conner implanted a shunt in my son, Wesley. A more compassionate, intelligent or gentle surgeon I couldn't have hoped for. Years later, when Wesley was an angry teenager and blaming me and the world for his hydrocephalus, I took him to visit Dr Conner who patiently explained his condition more articulately than I ever could (this being pre-internet days) I was, and continue to be, grateful for Dr Scotts' empathetic words and attitude. I'm so sad to hear of his passing but happy to hear he was so blessed in his personal and family life.

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Dr. E. Scott Conner and my son Nelson Rivera, Oct.10, 2010. Thank you Dr. E. Scott Conner and family. We are sad for him but gratefully too. He saved to my son Nelson two times: Jun.19, 2000 and Oct.10,2010.
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