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John Stephen Coneys

November 11, 1948 ~ July 31, 2023

John Stephen Coneys died peacefully surrounded by family, music and love on Monday July 31, 2023 at the age of 74. John was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts on November 11, 1948, the eldest son of John P. Jr and Cecelia (Zebrowski) Coneys and sibling to Robert, Paul and James Coneys, CarolAnn (Coneys) Baker and Christine (Coneys) Atwater. He is survived by Joan, his wife of 52 years and their two children; Jennifer Coneys, Janel and her husband Mark Morrow. He is also survived by his grandchildren who meant the world to him, Tanya Buono and her husband Nicholas, Jessica Coneys, Stephanie Coneys, Curtis Morrow, Leila Morrow and Myles Morrow. His two great grandchildren; Zoe and Lucas Buono brought him so much joy. He raised his family in both Weymouth Massachusetts and Brick, New Jersey while excelling as a Project Manager professionally and in life; researching a plan, a contingency plan and always helping others around them to formulate theirs. Hyping them up about it along the way too.  Later in life, he retired in Fort Pierce, Florida with his wife he adored Joan (Robbins) Coneys and built the home they had always dreamed of.

John was a leader, adventurer, friend, and genuinely happy soul. Most of all he was a loving family man dedicated to reminding us all of how uniquely amazing each of us truly are – a trait we should all aspire to carry on in his honor. In his younger years he loved to surf, waterski, take his #1 girl “Joanie” to concerts and traveling with her to anywhere she desired. He loved camping, golfing and planning travel adventures with people he loved, sunsets, slurpee runs with his girls, dancing at weddings, peeling out in fast cars and reminding us all that things would surely go our way in life when we remembered to live by three key rules; Tell the truth, Do the right thing and always try your hardest. In honor of John we ask that you carry those principles forward into your life and share them with others to help contribute towards creating a positive supportive environment for all.

In his later years he thrived as a Papa, bouncing babies on his knees to the tune we all know we learned from his Dad and teaching all the grandchildren and great grandchildren to raise their hands high in the air happily squealing “It’s PAPAAAAAAA!”  We will never forget, the man, the myth, the legend, JSC  <3

A celebration of a life well lived will take place at a later date. Friends may share condolences for John’s family online at

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Cantalupo marie

August 2, 2023, 11:56 pm

Oh Jen l am so sorry. l am praying for you and your family.

Garry Dumas

August 3, 2023, 1:07 am

If his grand daughters Stephanie and Jessica are a reflection of him, he was a great Papa. My condolences to the entire family.

Theresa mirenzi

August 3, 2023, 3:14 am

Dear Joan and family, so many memories of our times together with you and John here at SLF, so glad you moved here we became friends. So glad that the two of you were able to make so many trips together, I know John treasured his times with you. We will sure miss seeing him around the park and Frank and I will miss seeing him pull into our driveway to chat and seeing him wave as he went by. He will be missed by us and so many others. Rest in Peace John

Peter & Megan Dion

August 3, 2023, 11:58 am

We are very sorry for your loss.

Constance and Rocky O'Kin

August 3, 2023, 1:26 pm

Joan and family

Rocky and I cannot say enough good things about you both. We loved John as everyone did. We will always be here for you. His suffering is over and now he lives on in the arms of our Lord.

We love you

Meghan Schertz

August 4, 2023, 5:47 am

John was the ultimate patriarch of the Coneys family. Family meant everything to him and he made sacrifices to protect his daughters and grandchildren. Luckily his spirit will live on in them as well as his great grandchildren. John welcomed me into his family like his own daughter. He always brought a smile to my face when I visited him and Joan on Knoll Crest Avenue. The most memorable characteristic of John for me will always be his Bostonian accent. My condolences to his loved ones. John was taken from all of us too soon.

Rocky Okin

August 5, 2023, 2:14 pm

I will always remember my dear friend John Coneys. May he rest in peace. We had some really great, fun times together. John was never for a loss of words, and always had some enlightening comments for any football game that we were watching. John will be missed.

Mark Richard

October 22, 2023, 11:32 pm

Mark Richard

He was a fellow “Weymouth-ite” had a great smile and quick wit. Enjoyed many to/ from rides to Archbishop William High School. Lucky guy to have enjoyed 52 years of marriage.

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