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Jimmie Ray Conley

Jimmie Ray Conley, 87, born January 27, 1933 at Staffordsville, KY, passed away on June 27, 2020 peacefully at Wings Home in Allegan, MI. Jimmie enjoyed family gatherings, fishing, snowmobiling, grooming the snowmobile trails, Kentucky family reunions, casino hopping, woodworking and traveling. He was one of the founding members of the Allegan County Snowmobile Club. During his lifetime, Jimmie worked for the Allegan Public School system as a bus driver and a mechanic. He later was the owner of Conley's Garage and Conley's Towing for over 30 years. Jimmie is survived by his wife of 68 years, Wanda (Thompson) Conley; brother Bobbie Jo Conley and sister Helen (Chuck) Setter; children: Sharon (Michael) Peters, Roger (Karin) Conley, Diane (Philip) Pickin, Nancy (Steve) Remington and Kelly (Judy) Conley; 14 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Jimmie is preceded in death by his parents W.E. Conley and Shirley (Burke) Conley and his sisters, Billie (Paul) Jenson, Ann (Steve) Wright, Nancy (Tom) Locatis. Pursuant to Jimmie's wishes, cremation has taken place with no services planned at this time. There will be a private celebration of life gathering later this summer. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Wings Home c/o 530 Linn St. Allegan, MI 49010 or wingshome.org/donate/. The Conley family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff, nurses and volunteers at Wings Home.

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Ive known Jim since I was a child. After meeting through the snowmobile club, Jim, and his wife, Wanda, became close friends of my parents. I have many wonderful memories of him while tagging along with my parents. Snowmobile club get togethers, VFW fish frys in Wayland and going up north to snowmobile. And I cant forget the couple of times he rescued me from a crash and repaired the damage to my car! May you RIP, Jim :pray::skin-tone-2: :heart:

Kim Abraham Saucedo Jul 1 2020 2:32 AM