Susan D. Conley

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35 Railroad Street Plymouth OH 44865 10/3/2017 14:00:00

10/3/2017 14:00:00

Susan D. Conley, age 68, of Shiloh, Ohio passed away on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at St. Vincent in Toledo. She was born on July 20, 1949 in Shelby, Ohio to the late John R. and Donna Reynolds. Susan was a 1967 graduate of Plymouth High School. She was proud of her grandchildren and enjoyed her dog Zoey and painting.
She is survived by her three sons, Michael (Allison) Bailey of Shiloh, Bryon (Connie) Bailey of Plymouth and Nathan Bailey of Plymouth; seven grandchildren, Autumn, Shawn, Hunter, Seth, Cailynn, Maddex and Jordan; two brothers, Tom Reynolds and Tim Reynolds.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Bobby Conley.
Visitation will be on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 from 2:00 – 6:00 PM at the Secor Funeral Home in Plymouth, Ohio. Online condolences may be made to her family at


gc - Oct 7, 2017

Please accept my sincere condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort give you the comfort you need to endure this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)

Barbara Cuppy Whisler - Oct 2, 2017

So sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. I spent many hours babysitting for Mike at the trailer at the end of Prospect St. She was so well liked by many. She will be missed, but never forgotten!

Elaine Root - Oct 1, 2017

Bailey Family,
Please accept my sympathy at the passing of your mother. She raised 3 wonderful boys! Her spirit is alive in each of you and all of your children. My prayers.

Angela Conley - Sep 30, 2017

I am so very sorry for your loss. Sue was an extraordinary person. I loved working with her. She had a huge heart and I’m sure she will be missed by many.

Rebecca Russell Lee - Sep 30, 2017

Please accept our sincere sympathy upon the loss of your precious Mother and Grandmother. As a young girl, I returned to Ohio every summer and Susie and I were inseparable. We had so much fun. We have kept in touch over the years and most recently as she sold the farm and moved to
Shiloh. She was happy, she was at peace and she loved and was so proud of her family. So sorry we can’t be with you. Cousin Becky