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Richard Conway

Richard Joseph "Dick" Conway III

Monday, March 19th, 1956 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Richard (Dick) J. Conway III, 64, of Amston, husband of his loving wife, Jeanne, passed away suddenly due to COVID-19 on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. He was born in Hartford, son of the late Richard J. Conway and Jean (Grady) Conway. Dick grew up in Rocky Hill and graduated High School there in 1974. He then attended Paul Smith’s College in NY. Dick worked for Liberty Bank in Middletown, CT for over 30 years, most recently as the Corporate Administration Manager, where he was instrumental in every aspect of the Bank’s facilities and responsible for purchasing, supply, bank communications and records retention. Dick was an all-around great guy who was always quick to help and support anyone in need and who had a passion for giving back to the Community. He was a long-time Board member of the Rushford Center, where he served on the finance and planning committees. The Rushford Center, which provides treatment for substance abuse and addiction, was instrumental in Dick’s own recovery so many years ago, and Dick was committed to helping others in their recoveries as well. Dick was inducted into the Liberty Bank Volunteer Hall of Fame in 1996. Dick was an avid fly fisherman, expert fly tyer, and proud member of the Connecticut Fly Fisherman’s Association. He also was an accomplished chef. Besides his beloved wife, Jeanne, he leaves behind his sisters, Ellen Conway Marion and her husband George of Suffield, and Mary Conway-Rasimas of Stonington. Uncle Dick also leaves behind nieces Kathryn Rasimas and Haley Marion and nephews Brian Rasimas and Michael Marion. Dick was predeceased by his mother and father and by his brother-in-law Tom Rasimas. Dick also leaves behind many wonderful friends, including his co-workers at Liberty Bank and his life-long fishing buddy Paul Nott. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Dick’s name to Rushford Center, 1250 Silver Street, Middletown, CT 06457. Due to health concerns, a service followed by burial in Rose Hill Memorial Park will be held at a later date. For further information or to extend condolences, please visit Farleysullivan.com.
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    Location
    Rose Hill Memorial Park
    Address
    580 Elm St.
    Rocky Hill, CT 06067
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Services will be private due to health restrictions

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Wiiliam A. Walsh

Posted at 01:05pm
I had the pleasure of working with Dick for the last several years. He was a kind, considerate, humble man with a sense of humor and will be sorely missed. My condolences to his family. I pray he will rest in peace, as there is none so deserving.

Bill Walsh
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Scott Smith

Posted at 11:18am
Ellen, Mary, George and Jeanne I am so sorry for the sudden passing of Dick. We have been friends since first grade, graduated high school together, went to Paul Smith's College together and the past ten years or so I was one of Dick's vendors at Liberty Bank.
He was intelligent, funny and had a unique perspective on life that made his opinion on any subject valuable. I'm very thankful that we reconnected through business and had a chance to talk about a lifetime of shared memories and experiences.
But most of all Dick and I were friends and I will miss him! Scott Smith
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Scott DiMartino

Posted at 02:20pm
Very sorry for your losses. Yours Truly, Scott DiMartino
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Sharon Pacholski

Posted at 08:22pm
Ellen and Mary, I am so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. I cannot fathom the sorrow of losing a mom and brother at the same time. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers.

Sharon Jones Pacholski
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Mary McGuire Lussier

Posted at 01:29pm
Ellen and George, our sincere sympathy to you- and all who love your Mom and brother. How devastating to lose Dick so suddenly and so soon after your Mom. I've said a prayer for the health of all and am sending virtual hugs from NH. Love never dies.
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