Obituary of Norman Conger
Norman Eugene Conger, age 80, a resident of Phoenix, AZ, passed away September 27, 2019, in Phoenix. Norman was born March 25, 1939 in Rosiclare the son of Othel Conger and Hazel Ferrell Conger. He was united in marriage on January 15, 1966 to Janet Myrick. She survives.
In addition to his wife of 53 years, Janet, survivors include two daughters, Stephanie (Tony) Smith of Waxhaw, NC, Jennifer (Loren) Robinson of Queen Creek, AZ; two grandsons, Ben Smith and Ethan Smith, both of Waxhaw, NC; sister-in-law, Josephine Billington of Golconda; and two nephews, James Conger and Ronald Conger, both of Phoenix, AZ.
Norman was a 1957 graduate of Rosiclare Community High School. He served in the US Army from December 1, 1961 to November 30 1967.
He retired from Sperry Rand and Honeywell after 30 years of service.
Norman loved playing golf and wood working.
In addition to his parents, Norman was preceded in death by two brothers, Dr. James G. Conger and Jerry Conger; in-laws, Barney and Martha Myrick; and brother-in-law, Normus “Red Buck” Billington.
As per his wishes, cremation was accorded. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
I went all the way from grade school through high school with Norman. We could never know a nicer guy, he was a friend, and classmate. Rest in peace Norman. sending love to the family Becky Curtis Brandt.
Thank you Becky for posting your kind comments….they expressed my sentiments exactly.
Norman was a friend to all, prayers to the family. God bless and love to all.
I enjoyed many Golf Dates with Norm with Lots of Laughs & Fond Memories. My Dear Friend will be missed. Hugs to Janet and Family. Love, AL
My condolences to the family.
I am sorry that we never got to meet as circumstances did not permit it but I am happy knowing that we are connected despite the un acknowledgment. It’s ok.
I am happy to have found you and my half sisters through ancestry and to have found out what my Caucasian extraction is.
Rest In Peace and may we meet in the beyond one day.
I was privileged to work with Norm for meany years at Sperry/Honeywell Flight Systems. He was most highly regarded by all who new him. A great work ethic, attention to detail, pleasant personality, always going beyond to make things work well, are only a few of his good qualities. Norm, you are missed. May your reward in heaven be great. Your friend, F. Dale Cooper