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Howard W. McConeghey Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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September 22, 2016
I wanted to bring James Hillman to Albuquerque, and that's when I was led to Howard, who had already brought Hillman to UNM while he was the Director of the Art Therapy program there. Howard and I met at Siam Café for lunch, and became friends for the next twenty years. He ended up joining the board of SEED Institute (I was the Director at the time) and together we brought Hillman, Robert Sardello, Mary Watkins, Ed Casey, David Abram, and many wonderful others together for a conference named Art and Soul after the title of the book Howard had just released. Another time we brought Thomas Moore, another dear friend of Howard's. It was a great honor and privilege to have known and loved Howard. He will be dearly missed.

Glenn Aparicio Parry
April 28, 2016
I spent many wonderful days and evenings with Howard in Albuquerque and beyond. I remember once going into a restaurant with a large group of people. There were large papers, or maybe it was chalkboard, on the walls. Howard didn't miss a beat but walked right up to the wall and started drawing. He was an artist and a psychologists, as he wanted to be, of the best kind.
April 19, 2016
Howard and I commuted up to Santa Fe together for a course in art therapy he was teaching and that I was taking at Southwestern College around 2003. He was a delight to spend time with and to discuss art, art therapy and painting with. He introduced me to the writings of James Hillman and some wonderful art therapy processes. I loved his warmth and kind presence, and of course his intelligence and depth.

Thank you Howard for sharing your gifts and your self with our community!
April 14, 2016
I never fully understood the depth of Howard's lectures on archetypal art therapy, but he instilled a curiosity in me that lives on to this day. As difficult as his classes were, he made up for it in his warm, welcoming potluck parties in his home. I was honored to see his great works of art and speak with him as a friend and mentee. I'm feeling grateful for everything Howard taught me, and the books he leaves behind as a reminder of his teachings.