Cynthia J. Conroy Print E-mail
Cynthia J. Conroy

beloved wife, mother, grandmother. sister and friend;

Cynthia J. (Howes) Conroy, 66, of Tyngsborough, Massachusetts, died Wednesday August 5, 2020 at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston after a brief illness.

She was the loving wife for 48 years of Richard R. Conroy, who survives her.

Born in Winchester, Massachusetts, January 25, 1954 a daughter of the late Hobart C. and the late Ethel W. (McKee) Howes, she attended Stoneham schools and was a graduate of Stoneham High School.

Prior to her retirement, Cynthia was an Insurance Agent with Tonry Northwest Insurance Agency in Lexington, where she worked for over 41 years.

Besides her husband, Cynthia is survived by two sons Michael P. Conroy and his wife Jennifer (Smith) Conroy of Goffstown, NH and Joseph C. Conroy and his fiancée Natasha Schofield of Manchester, NH; six grandchildren Elyssa, Patrick and Jakob Conroy of Goffstown, NH and Jaycee, Holly and Kylie Conroy of Derry, NH; her former daughter-in-law Crystal (Coulter) Conroy of Derry, NH; a sister Sandra Barrett of Somersworth, VA; a niece Carolyn Barrett and a nephew Shaun Barrett and his wife Lauren all of Somersworth, VA.

In addition to crocheting, she was an avid Boston sports fan, especially the Bruins and Patriots.

At her request, all services were private for the family. E-condolences at Arrangements by the O'DONNELL FUNERAL HOME - LOWELL, MA (978) 458-8768.

Condolences (3)
  • Cheryl (Dukeshire) Harrison  - Friend
    I am so very sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. I remember as an adorable little girl. I grew up on Middle,St. I went to school with her sister,Sandy.They first lived on Hancock st.right by me.I spent many afternoons at their house,playing school,or outside on their swing set. When they moved to Tremont st.we would have so much fun,Sandy,Cindy and I.May she rest in peace. God Bless all of you.cjqrt
  • Jennifer (Conroy) Allen  - Love and miss you
    I am at a loss for words.. but I love and will miss you .. May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sunshine warm your face. The rain fall side upon your fields. And until we meet again. May God hold you in the Palm of His hand. Xoxo love you Aunt Cindy
  • Cathy Ray Grafton  - Ms
    we were neighbors for awhile. Our grandkids were in school in Stoneham till the Conroys went to Goffstown. I'm so sorry about your loss. Cindy is gone too soon. May she rest in peace. God rest her soul.
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