Timothy Sean Conroy

San Diego, California


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CONROY, TIMOTHY SEAN Tim Conroy was born October 8, 1958 in Los Angeles and died March 29, 2005 in New York City. Beloved husband of Cindy Conroy and father to daughters, Caitlin, Morgan and Rebecca Vestal. Tim graduated from San Diego State University and made sure his New York City colleagues...

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It is strange how I thought of Tim suddenly last week and shared my fond memories of him with my husband, not knowing what had happened. I first met Tim when I was quite young (7 or 8 years old). I was a little sister to one of Tim's best high school friends, Guy Thomas. Oh, how I loved them and worried about their "wild ways"! Tim lived in my parent's home for some time after high school and I remember him treating me so respectfully (as a real person rather than a little kid) then...

The loss of Tim is hard to bear. He had a great heart, was a wonderful mentor, and he had a wicked sense of humor.

One day we were shooting the breeze and he told me that when he was in high school, he would cut and head straight for the race track (Santa Anita, I think). He was a good handicapper and won most of the time. Since he was so obviously a minor, he had some old-timers place his bets for him. Anyway, one fine day he was at the track, picking his horses and he...


I just heard today about Tim and I wanted to let you know how highly I thought of him. He was a great guy with a good sense of humor and I enjoyed working for him at CompassLearning.

He was a natural leader and really loved you and your family and of course surfing!

I am sorry I was not able to attend his funeral, and I know he is at peace with our Lord and watching over you and the girls.

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Cindy, Working with both you and Tim in Scottsdale was a joy and a privilege. Your support and guidance made many achievements possible. Certainly Tim’s life goes on in our thinking as well as in the products of our efforts that serve so many people. We extend our deepest sympathy and join you and your family in mourning his passing and celebrating an outstanding life. Bill and Judy Schmitt

So much can be said about Uncle Tim. Not many people can say that they have touched the hearts of so many individuals, but Tim is one of the few who can. Tim loved everyone around him and made sure every person he met felt important. I will forever miss Uncle Tim, but I know he is watching over all of us with that big smile. Cindy and girls, stay stong .

Cindy and girls, I am so sorry to be away from you in your time of need. I wish I could have been home to do more. Tim was a great person annd a smiling face, and I will miss him dearly. All my love.

I didn't know Tim but I do know Mike and what a loving family they are. I am so sorry for all of you and my prayers are with you.

Alice Seward

Tim is, was and always will be a great friend, fabulous boss and really good guy who helped me through many a crisis. He "took the bullet" for several of us at work. And oh my God, how he loved his family! Cindy, please take good care of yourself.

Dear Cindy and family,

I wanted to let you all know, that Tim will be certainly missed here.

I worked with Tim on the financial end of things at The Princeton Review, and I wanted to share with you what he always said to me, when I had to have an invoice or contract that needed to be approved. Tim would tell me that I was like one of his kids or his wife!

'Stop coming to me for money!' he would say kiddingly. He always knew when I...