Charles Duncan Conley
Colonel, United States Army
a contemporary press report:
Colonel Conley died on Thursday, April 9, 1998, at his home. He was born in Bradford, Ohio. He was the beloved husband of Lolus Porter Conley; devoted father of Elizabeth Conley Bourie, of Weyers Cave, Virginia, Charles, Jr., of Umatilla, Florida and Douglas Giles of Honolulu, Hawaii; adoring grandfather of James Duncan Bourie and William Porter Bourie; brother of William Conley of Kirkwood, Missouri; son of the late Harry and Olive Conley. Colonel CONLEY was a decorated 30-year officer of the US Army, having begun his career in 1941.
Following graduation from Officer Candidate School, he served his country in numerous postings, including staff work with General Douglas MacArthur in Tokyo, Japan. He was Adjutant General for the 25th infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, was instrumental in the planning and development of the Defense Supply Agency, Cameron Station, Virginia and served on the Command General's Staff at the Pentagon. His awards include the Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster.
In addition to his military career, Colonel
Conley was a 40 year member of Rotary International. He served on the vestry
of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia; was a former member
of the Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Alexandria, Virginia and was a current
member of First Presbyterian Church, Eustis, Florida. Graveside service
at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday, April 22, 1998. In lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Hospice of Northern