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Death Notice: Chad D. Conley

Chad D. Conley died Sept. 19. His visitation and funeral are Monday.

Chad Daniel Conley passed away on Sept. 19. Chad is survived by two sons, Chad Conley Jr. and Hunter Vires (Jennifer Vires, mother of children). Chad was also survived by wife: Angela Tressler, parents: Cindy (Mike) Negrette, Danny (Mary) Conley, Siblings: Tabatha (Nick) Ashfield, Janie Clark, Lisa (Jasmin) Bajramovic, Amanda (Nick) Wood, Michael (Crystal) Hicks and grandmother, Mildred Conley.

Chad has many aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and cousins. Chad was also blessed with many friends.  Chad loved spending time with his family, fishing and the White Sox.

Visitation Monday Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. until time of Funeral Service 11 a.m. at the funeral chapel. Interment St. Casimir Cemetery in Chicago.

Cindy Negrette October 09, 2012 at 05:26 PM
I miss you Chad, Love mom.
Jennifer Conley February 25, 2013 at 06:50 AM
Chad Jr, talks often and proudly of his father. He carries a photoalbum I made for him everyday in his backpack. He takes it to school to show his friends. As hard as it is for me to think of Chad not being here with us his son will always know how much he loved him. I remember the day i told Chad that we were going to have a baby. I will never forget how his face lit up with pride. At that very second I knew what a great father he was going to be. It's not fair that he didn't get to be a father for longer then he did. I always loved Chad and will never love anyone the way I loved him. And I'm so greatful to Cindy and her family for loving my family the way they do. I will always think of Cindy as a mother. She is the reason why Chad was so kind and good hearted to everyone. I cry for him everyday. He told me he was coming home to us instead he went home to Jesus. Thank you Cindy for everything. I love you so much.

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