Marvin R. Conley

Marvin Conley PhotoMarvin R. Conley – 65 – of 472 Seneca St., North Hornell, died Monday morning (January 30, 2017) at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, following a brief illness.

Born in Bath, NY on October 8, 1951, he was the son of Melbourne & Olive (Fleischman) Conley.

Marvin grew up in the Bath / Hammondsport area and later resided in Red Bank, TN (a suburb of Chattanooga, TN) where he graduated from High School. He was a Veteran of the US Marine Corps and was stationed in Parris Island, SC.

A resident of the Hornell area for the past 28 years, Marvin had been employed at Loohn’s Cleaners for about 12 years and purchased the business about 16 years ago. He also kept busy working many “Side-Jobs” as a “Jack of All Trades” in the Hornell Community.

Marvin had been a member of the Hornell IOOF, the Hornell American Legion and the Hornell VFW where he was past commander. He was a former member of the North Hornell Fire Department and currently was a member of the South Hornell Fire Department.

In his younger years, Marvin served as Troop Leader for the Boy Scouts of America. He was an avid NASCAR fan and enjoyed rooting for his favorite driver, Kyle Busch.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 3 brothers, Clarence Conley, Gerald Conley and Joseph Conley.

Surviving are his brother, David (Donna) Conley of Pulteney, NY; many nieces, nephews & cousins.

At Marvin’s request there will be no calling hours. Friends are invited to attend a “Celebration of Life” on Saturday at 6:00 PM at the Hornell VFW on Canisteo St., Hornell, NY.

Funeral arrangements are in care of the Dagon Funeral Home, 38 Church St., Hornell, NY.

Marvin’s family request that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in his name be made to the South Hornell Fire Department.

2 Responses to “Marvin R. Conley”

  1. Pamela D. & Steven R. Hudson says:

    Dear Linda and David Conley,
    We are deeply saddened to hear that your Uncle passed away. Our thoughts are with you and the family. Holding you close in prayer for peace and comfort.
    We love you.
    Your Friends,
    Pamela & Steve

  2. Jerry says:

    Marvin and I went to grade school together. He was such a funny/friendly guy in those days and you couldn’t help but to like Marvin. Sort of the….classroom clown. Such fond memories:-)