Conor O’Shea Obituary-Death News; In Loving Memory Of Conor O’Shea

Conor O’Shea Obituary-Death News; In Loving Memory Of Conor O’Shea

The city of Albany This past Wednesday, December 6, 2023, Conor O’Shea, who was 37 years old, passed away. Brian O’Shea and Bonnie (Morrison) O’Shea welcomed their son Conor into the world on December 3, 1986 in Albany. Conor is the son of the two.

He spent his childhood in Slingerlands and received his education at Bethlehem Central schools. He had a strong interest in sports, and ice hockey was his favorite sport he played.

During his time with local minor hockey organizations, he developed a large number of long-lasting relationships with both players and coaches.

Con was a goaltender that stopped a lot of pucks, but unfortunately, he also let a few pucks get past him.

After suffering a string of injuries, he continued to participate in the sport that he cherished until he was forced to put up his skates and devote his attention solely to watching the sport on television.

Con received his education at Potsdam State University and subsequently found work in the field of law enforcement and administration.

He worked as a Corrections Officer for the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision until he was fortunate enough to be accepted into the Albany Police Department.

It was then that he started his career in 2017, and he was promoted to the position of Detective in 2020.

Over the course of his career, Con committed a significant amount of his time and energy to his job, as well as to the support of his fellow officers on the force, to whom he was loyal, and who themselves repaid that commitment.

In addition to his devoted parents, Con is survived by his older brother, Patrick, who is married to Jolene and lives in Ballston Spa, as well as a large number of cherished aunts, uncles, and grandparents.

In addition, he is responsible for leaving behind his two furry companions, Molson and Finn, who will now be spending quality time at the residence of the family.

Bonnie and Brendan would like to express their gratitude to Chief Hawkins and Mayor Sheehan, as well as the officers of the Atlanta Police Department, for their love, professionalism, and generosity.

Those who live in Albany are really lucky to have public servants who are so considerate to look out for their best interests.

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