Walter J. Conway

1937 ∼ 2020

Kendall Aflague of Bourne ma wrote:

Nick, Kathy and family so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts. Sincerely, Kendall

Cathy & Jack Cohen of Cocoa Village, FL wrote:

Our hearts go out to all the Conways, friends & family. Walter was a wonderful friend to everyone and he had a heart full of love especially for "family". The core of everything to him was "family" and he was so proud of each and everyone of his children and grandchildren. Although you will grieve his earthly presence ....we know you will feel his spiritual presence...he is free of pain and he can be with you now...whenever you just "whisper" his name. Godspeed dear cousin ...I can picture your Shirley running to meet you in heaven...two angels rejoined and watching over all those you love. NAMASTE Cathy & Jack Cohen

JIM MACKEY '55 of ORLEANS, MA wrote:

Denise, Jeff, Mary-Beth, Tricia and all of Walter and Shirley’s grandchildren, I share your grief and you have my deepest sympathy. Walt told me he was very proud of you all not for what you have accomplished in terms of success but about your characters and the integrity he saw in each one of his children. As his health started to fade, he told me not to worry because he had three good daughters taking care of him--- he called you “the three good witches who hoovered over him very closely---nothing could go wrong.” The last few months when I called, there was no answer, so I knew something was not right. His classmates from B C High Class of 1955 regarded him as a good guy from West Medford. easy to talk to, a Trigonometry whiz, reserved but filled with good humor, playing football and baseball, liking sailing and fixing a car. I understand he may have majored in chemistry at Assumption College in Worcester, MA and spent his career primarily in clean public water supplies. He regularly attended with classmates from the Cape, our 1955 class lunches in Boston in the spring and fall and supported B C High. Most of all he was kind and humorous and he loved your Mom as he cared for her so many years. He was a good man! Always be proud of him. Sincerely, Jim Mackey '55

Mary Jane and Paul St.Amour of Bedford, MA wrote:

Dear Denise, MaryBeth, Tricia and Jeff, We send our sincere sympathy to you on the death of your dear father. We remember Walter. He was a good neighbor, always ready to engage in a friendly conversation. He so enjoyed you all and your activities. You will miss him, relish all the good memories. Sincerely, Mary Jane and Paul