David Conley Obituary, Death – When I found out that David Conley had passed away, I, along with a great number of other people, was overcome with an intense feeling of loss. In the context of the culture that exists in the world today, the possibility of the two of us getting along with one another would have seemed extremely remote. My sons Conner Goble, Clay Goble, and Chase Goble, who all consider him to be their stepfather or “Bonus Dad,” as I like to refer to him now, thought of him as their biological father. I cannot count the number of times that I have conveyed to him my appreciation for all of his help with the parenting of our children.
I will be thankful until the end of time that I had the opportunity to show my gratitude to him on a number of different occasions. For this, I will be eternally grateful. I can say without any reservations that we never said anything that would be considered hurtful to one another because of the mutual respect that we had for one another. You see, David, Missy Young-Salyers, and Mendi Goble all came to the conclusion that the only thing that truly mattered was working as hard as we could to collaborate with one another in order to raise our children. David was the first of the three to come to this conclusion. One of the most incredible examples that I will treasure for the rest of my life is the trip that we took to San Antonio in order to take Chase, Clay, and Quinton Baker to the United States Army football combine.
We took that trip in order to take them to the combine. Not only can you see that we get along with one another in the picture that follows, but you can also see us eating together, shopping together, and helping to support our children. At this point, we are making our way to the Alamo. David, because you played such a significant role in our family’s history and in the lives of my children, you will always be a part of who I am. Dear friend, I pray that you find rest.