Peter Conway, class '71
The Union is saddened to learn of the passing of Peter Conway, class '71
The death has occurred of Peter CONWAY
Dublin 1, Dublin
Conway, Peter, (off North Circular Road and late of The Stiles Road, Clontarf and Middle Abbey Street.) 12th January 2012, at the Mater Hospital. He will be sadly missed by his brothers James and Leo, sisters-in-law Philomena and Patricia, cousins, relatives and many friends.
Reposing at the Kirwan Funeral Home, Fairview Strand, with removal this Tuesday evening to St. Anthony’s Church, Clontarf arriving at 5.30pm.Funeral on Wednesday, after 10am Requiem Mass, to St. Fintan's Cemetery Sutton.
Date of Death: Thursday 12th January 2012
Peter a native of Clontarf came to us in 1966 following in the footsteps of his elder brother James, class '66. He spent five very happy years with us, and in 1971 after leaving school, he trained in the Men’s Department of Roches Stores, Henry Street, Dublin. An extraordinary knowledge of Textiles and Materials then acquired, Peter joined his father Leo in Middle Abbey Street as a Manufacturer’s agent and Importer of Woollen Worsted cloth, Plastic sheeting and components. He sold successfully to the Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail trades for a number of years.
Later he became a manufacturer of clocks specialising in the hunting, fishing and country scenes. He exhibited at the Dublin Horse Show, Kilkenny and Cork amongst other venues. As a mature student, he studied Computer Science and obtained an honours degree in Business Studies. Being a great traveller, Peter visited many places of interest, but his favourite haunt was New York where he made good friends. Peter had a number of passions in his life including Show jumping, Chess, Computers, Jazz and Cricket.
Peter died suddenly on January, 12th 2012. He will be greatly missed by his brothers James and Leo, sisters–in–law Philomena and Patricia, family and friends.
Requiescat in Pace