Beverly Montague Conley

1918 - 2013
Born in Salt Lake City on May 23, 1918, Beverly Montague Conley died January 27, 2013.
Beverly was a lovely, cheerful and enthusiastic lady who loved life and living and shared those emotions and attitudes with everyone around her.
She was born to Edgar foreman Montague and Rachel Petersen Montague, studying piano and dance as a child and growing up in Salt Lake City Schools until graduation from East High.
She studied and developed her professional skills at LDS Business College and proceeded into a rewarding career in the office of the clerk of the Utah Supreme Court, during which she served as president of the Capitol Girls' Club, and in the Salt Lake County Clerk's office.
She met Murray Conley of Marshall, Texas, when he was visiting Salt Lake. The married and moved to Marshall where they lived happily in a beautiful, wooded environment for 39 years, until he died in 1997. Both were active in the LDS Church there among a congregation of close and dear friends.
Beverly will be buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery in a private graveside ceremony.


Published in Deseret News from Feb. 2 to Feb. 3, 2013