Conor Pollock

Conor D. Pollock, age 26, died August 18, 2013. Conor was a 2009 cum laude graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in finance. While attending Texas A&M, Conor played on the school's tennis team, earning three time All American honors, serving as team captain and becoming one of the most decorated tennis players in Texas A&M's history. After graduating from college, Conor travelled the world playing on the Association of Tennis Professional Tour, winning 12 professional doubles titles. He provided top level instruction to elite junior and professional players in the Austin and Atlanta areas. Conor was also an accomplished pianist.
Conor is survived by his mother, Julie Pollock; father, Gary Dugger; siblings, Medina and Maverick Dugger; grandparents, Gloria Pollock, Ronnie Dugger and Jean Sherrill; plus numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Words cannot express the profound sadness and grief the family feels at the loss of our precious Conor. We appreciate all the thoughts and condolences as we navigate this difficult time. We will focus on the time we had with this special man and celebrate his kind and gentle spirit, his amazing talents and most of all, the grace by which he walked through life. He will be missed by all who loved him.
A private family memorial is planned. You are invited to sign the guest book at

Published in Express-News on Aug. 28, 2013