Jean Theresa (Fowler) Conroy of Dracut

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Jean Theresa (Fowler) Conroy, 72, of Dracut passed away Friday, May 22, 2020 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.  She was predeceased by her beloved husband, John T. “Jock” Conroy III.

She was born in Lowell, MA, the daughter of the late John S. and Carolyn (Allen) Fowler.

Jean was educated at Keith Hall in Lowell, graduating with the Class of 1966.  She earned her Associate’s Degree in Business from Fisher Jr. College in Cambridge, and also attended the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

For over 25 years, she was a computer programmer with the Massachusetts State Police at the Concord Barracks, from where she retired.

Jean treasured her family and was a beloved fixture at family gatherings.  The room would light up when she and Jock arrived.

Jean loved to travel, including an African Safari with her sister and brother-in-law in 2017.  She enjoyed excursions to her “happy place” – the casino – with her beloved mother-in-law, Mary “Mimi” Conroy, and Sarah Conroy.  She also loved animals and volunteered at the MSPCA Nevins Farm.

She is survived by her son John T. Conroy IV of Dracut, MA, a daughter Shannon J. Conroy of Westford, MA, a grandson Timothy J. Conroy of Dracut, MA, her mother-in-law Mary “Mimi” Conroy, her brother, Allen Fowler and his wife Joyce of Londonderry, NH, two sisters Nancy DiMeo and her husband Robert of Dunstable, and Carolyn Barney and her husband Chuck (deceased) of Groton, MA, as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Her visitation will be live streamed on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 3-5pm at www.dolanfuneralhome.com. Drive-thru visitation will be offered for those who would like to pay their respects from a distance from 5-7pm at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME, 106 MIDDLESEX STREET, CHELMSFORD, MA. Arrangements are by DOLAN FUNERAL HOME, 978-251-4041.  Online guestbook is available at www.dolanfuneralhome.com


23 Condolences for Jean Theresa (Fowler) Conroy of Dracut

    Patricia Lemons

    My love and condolences to all the family. Jeannie was a beautiful person, a wonderful mother and grandmother to her children and grandchildren, and a true friend. She was kind, smart, funny, and so loved by us all. She will be sorely missed.

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    Jane Millett

    Love that photo of Jeannie, it’s beautiful! So many great memories from childhood, especially in summer at the lake. She was a great “pal” and we shared many happy summer days together and with other cousins,too. May she rest in peace now, but will be greatly missed. So sorry for your loss to siblings and children. Love to all…

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    Brenda Cronin

    Jean was a wonderful Fay Street neighbor and friend. She is now reunited with the Love Of Her Life Jock. May She rest in the sweetest piece ever. Condolences to The Family.

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    Julie Bryant

    Jean and I worked together many years ago, along with Merry and Lorraine over at the state police. I have a lot of good memories from that time. It was my first job after college, and Jean was a great coworker and friend to me, always willing to have a chat, always game to sneak us all out to have a long lunch! I know how much her family and friends will miss her. She is with Jock now, and I think we can all find comfort in that. God bless her and her family.

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    Laurie Beecher Archambault

    I am so sorry for the loss of Jeannie…She was a great person and neighbor if we ever needed anything we could just run across the street, she drove us to school, watched us in the pool etc. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time

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    Kim Pollard

    My mother Elaine Bomil Pollard of Lowell was dear friends with Jeany growing up. They met during their sophomore year at Keith Hall. They remained friends in the years to follow after mom and dad, Jay Pollard, got married and moved out of Massachusetts. Mom shared the stories of meeting Jeany and their great friendship together when my older brother and twin sister were younger. It was always nice to hear those stories. Any time we came to MA to visit my grandparents in Lowell, we stopped at George’s Subs for the great subs and of course to see Jeany. We would get together with Jeany and the family for a day during our visits. She was a very sweet lady. Your will all be in my thoughts and prayers. I am truly sorry for your loss.

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    Alice Draper

    Our condolences to all the family. May she now be at peace. Sending our love to all.
    Ed and Alice Draper

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    Sue Yezzi

    I will never forget the great times Jean and I had at the lake.She was a ferocious card player and made
    me be my best to even think about beating her! She is at peace now and I am thankful for that.

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    Norma Slattery

    Rest in peace dear Jeannie. I’ll miss your beautiful smile always ready to shine. I have so many happy memories of you at camp, and other family get togethers. God bless and keep you.

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    carol carbonell

    I know of Jean through Linda’s Aunt Mary and family. Jean was always mentioned in glowing terms any time we made a visit. It certainly made me wish that I had met her in person. She was very much beloved by all who knew her. I do know this is a profound loss to her family and friends. I send virtual hugs and condolences. Love, Carol

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    Linda Copp

    My cousin “Jock” John Conroy was much beloved for his great heart so full of love and merriment as his wife Jean was known for her kindness and thoughtfulness. They made an incredible impression on all who knew them. This is yet another terrible loss to the family! No words can mend our broken hearts but we can take comfort in the fact that this loving couple are together again and will always be with us in spirit and all our fondest memories! Hugs to all!

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    Ellison Flaherty

    My condolences to the Family and Loved ones. Such lovely, caring words and memories being shared at the Services.

    -Elly

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    Sue Yezzi

    What an amazing tribute to a great mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, daughter-in-law, and cousin!

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    Suzanne Stevens

    Rest in peace, dear Jeannie. You will be sorely missed by your loving family. I hope you are with Jock now – the love of your life who loved to make you smile -your beautiful smile.

    My sincerest condolences to your son, John, and daughter, Shannon, and grandson, Tim, as well as, your brother Allen and your
    sisters, Nancy and Carolyn Doris and all of their families.

    With loving sympathy,
    Your cousin Suzanne

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    Katie Lawrence

    I am so sorry for the loss of Jeannie, she was a wonderful person, always smiling. Jock and Jean were a very special couple. Love to Mary, Meredith, Jock, Shannon, Mike, Tim and the entire Conroy Family. Sorry I can’t be there for you, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Katie Lawrence

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    Elaine Pollard

    Jeannie will be greatly missed. She was a kind, lovely person in every way! We met in high school and had many fun experiences together at camp just hanging out together going to dances and eventually double dating with our future husbands.
    Once married I moved soon thereafter. We kept in touch over the years and our talks became about the kids and family. Jay and I wish to express our great sadness and most heartfelt sympathy to
    Jeannie’s children and family. May you all take comfort in your love and memories of Jeannie.

    As I write this so many memories come flooding back to me. Driving through downtown Lowell in her mother’s red Firebird, working summers at Wang Labs off 495 and heading to the beach after work, a spring break trip to Allen’s place in Florida and so many more. We will miss her. We keep you all in our prayers.

    With Love and Sympathy,
    Jay & Elaine Bomil Pollard

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    Christine Gadoury

    Words cannot express how sorry we are for the loss of Jeannie. Both Jock & Jean were such special people and always there to help others before themselves. I will forever be grateful to them for when I was going thru Cancer treatment and I was too sick to drive. They both came all the way to my house each and every day and brought me for my treatment. Even on the day that Omer was taking me they still all showed up to surprise me at the end of treatment celebration lunch. This is just one of many things that Jock & Jean did for others. Jeannie will be missed so much. My heart goes out to the entire Conroy Family at this very sad time.
    Love, Chris & Omer

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    Debra Hall

    Love and Prayers to all the Conroy family and Jean’s family. I am so sorry for the loss of Jeannie. She was a wonderful person and will be missed. Praying she is now back with the love of her life!

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    Paul Powell

    I am so sorry to the family of Jeannie. She was such a great person and did so much for the men and women of the “Truck Team” of the Massachusetts State Police. My thoughts and prayers to all the Conroy family.

    Paul Powell
    CVES, Massachusetts State Police

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    Pete Johnson

    I am very sorry to hear that Jean passed. She was a great person to deal with when I was on the truck team. Always helpful and a smile. Thoughts and prayers to the family. She will be missed

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    Jonathan Bates

    Jeanie was missed before her passing! As a member of the “Truck Team” I knew my computer issues would be taken care if by making a trip to Concord. My thoughts snd prayers are with you in this difficult time.

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