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Michael Connor

1954 - 2016 Notice Condolences
Michael Connor Notice

On 14 January 2016, Michael T. Connor, RN, age 61, left this life to be home with the Lord. MR. Connor, a beloved husband, son, and brother was born in Baltimore, Maryland on 30 July 1954 to Joe and Marge Connor. Michael Connor graduated in 1972 from Melbourne Central Catholic High School, Melbourne, Florida, where he was a star football player. After college, MR. Connor worked as a highly respected Registered Nurse (RN) in the University of Florida's Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL, both in the Burn Unit, and later as an Operating Room (OR) Surgical Nurse. MR Connor was known for his keen sense of humor. But also, wherever he went, MR Connor demonstrated selfless service to unfortunates in need. During his time in Gainesville, MR Connor received awards and acclaim from Shands Hospital for saving the life of then infant Lauren Smith, in 1989. After that, MR Connor, acting for the hospital, traveled to Jamaica, where he accepted an acknowledgement from the President of Jamaica, for exemplary service. In his later years, Michael and his wife, Julie Connor, moved to Maggie Valley, North Carolina. MR Connor also received acclaim, working as an RN in Asheville, NC, in the OR at Mission Hospital. Michael T. Connor is survived by his wife Julie, of Maggie Valley, NC. Michael Connor is also survived by his mother, Margaret (May) Connor of Melbourne, FL, by his brother Timothy Connor, of Ocala, FL, by his sister Nancy Connor, of Durham, NC, by his brother Daniel Connor, of Melbourne, FL, by his sister Gina (Connor) Edwards of Deland, FL, and by his sister Barbara (Connor) Helin, also of Melbourne, FL. Michael Connor is also remembered by a host of extended family in Maryland, North Carolina, and across the United States, descendents of the A. Paul Connor & Eugenie Marie (Gallenne) Connor Family and the Walter R. May Family. We will all miss Michael very much.
Published in Baltimore Sun on Jan. 16, 2016
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