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CONROY TIMOTHY WAGNER CONROY, better known as Tim, Timmy, or Timber, passed away on Friday, November 11, 2011, at the age of 27, in Arlington, VA. He led his life through faith and commitment to family, community, and humanity. Timothy was born September 5, 1984, in Bay Village, Ohio. He attended...

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Dear Conroy family,
I was so dismayed to hear of Tim's passing. I worked as an assistant coach for Tim the last two years at Bishop O'Connell. He was a very patient man. We enjoyed many "novice" moments together and I was never afraid to ask him questions and he never made me feel ignorant or unvalued. He was easy natured and listened well. He spoke so fondly of you all. He was always excited to talk about his family. The last I spoke to him was early November and his...

Tim, I am sorry we never had the opportunity to get together in DC like we spoke about earlier in the fall. Thanks for always being a good friend and man for others. Nobody will ever top your impression of Sra. Borroni.

To the Conroy family -- we Ignatius alumni are terribly sorry for your loss and will forever keep you in our prayers.

Jim and Bonne,
I am so sorry for your loss of your son Tim. I pray you all will be held in God's arms during this incredibly difficult time.

Most sincere condolences to Mr. and Mrs. Conroy and Family. Tim was a very dear friend since freshman orientation at GW. I'll never forget traveling with him around Paris, Madrid and Toledo, and wonderful times spent in DC together. God Bless.

Conroy Family,

I am so sorry for your loss of Tim. I only had the chance to socialize with him a handful of times; however, that's all it took to know how good of a person he was. I saw his last few facebook posts and it brought tears to my eyes.

With Deepest Sympathy,

Mike Foster

Judy Ratcliffe Nickerson

Mr. & Mrs. Conroy,

It was such an honor to have known your son. He was such a warm, caring and giving individual. Tim was truly special and I will cherish the memories I have of him. It meant a lot to me that Tim donated a Saturday to help on my son's Eagle Scout project. My heart and prayers go out to you. I am so very sad. (Worked with Tim at Geoeye.)

Please accept our thoughts and prayers from Washington, DC. Tim was a consummate gentleman.

Dan Engler

No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. Our deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.