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“Sheila,Linda, Jerry and Gary. I am sadden to hear the loss of your mother. She is now with your dad and can live in peace. Don Eklund ”
1 of 25 | Posted by: Don Eklund - Wellesley, MA

“My deepest sympathies to all family members. I was fortunate to have known Phyllis and saw the beauty that she possessed in not only her outside...Read More »
2 of 25 | Posted by: Loy Riley - Charlton, MA


3 of 25 | Posted by: Marilyn Downer - Webster, MA


4 of 25 | Posted by: Marilyn Downer - Webster, MA

“Phyllis was always a very beautiful and sweet woman. I always loved her beautiful smile. She was a very loving mom and grandmother and I know she...Read More »
5 of 25 | Posted by: Chris Rudman - Oxford, MA

“Gram was not like most Grandmothers. She stood out in so many ways, whether it be because she drove around in a convertible with the heat blasting in...Read More »
6 of 25 | Posted by: Whitney Conroy - Los Angeles, CA

“My " MOM" has departed on a New Journey to the PROMISSED LAND, to rejoin her awaiting Family & and Friends. Bon Voyage...I Will Always Love You.......Read More »
7 of 25 | Posted by: David P. Gralenski - Palmer, MA

“Our sincere condolences to the Conroy family in the loss of your dear love one. Our prayers are as yours, that God provide his care and comfort you...Read More »
8 of 25 | Posted by: - MA

“To the Conroy family; my deepest sympathies to you all...We all have had long memories of your Mom... God Bless... May she rest in peace...Lainey ...Read More »
9 of 25 | Posted by: Lainey Hardy - Webster, MA

“MY HEART FELT SYMPATHY TO SHEILA, JAY, LINDA, JERRY, AND GARY. MY FAMILY AND I LOVED YOUR MOTHER VERY MUCH. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER BEING LOVING...Read More »
10 of 25 | Posted by: JEANNE INANGELO - AUBURN, MA

“I have many great memories of times at the Conroy home and Phyliis.She was always my idea of the fun mom.So sorry for your loss.Debbie Winchester ”
11 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“I have many great memories of days at the Conroy home and Phyllis.She was always my idea of a fun Mom.So sorry for your loss.Debbie Winchester ”
12 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“Sheila,So sorry for your loss. Soon all the happy times will take the place of the sad. Know in your heart you were always there to take care of...Read More »
13 of 25 | Posted by: Deb Dubois - Auburn, MA


14 of 25 | Posted by: Nikki Antkowiak - Woodstock, CT

“Auntie Phyllis was the kindest person ever. May Linda, Jerry, Gary, and Sheila and their families know how much we appreciated her company, always....Read More »
15 of 25 | Posted by: Peter Foley - Natick, MA

“My condolences to all the family. Phyllis was the one of the sweetest ladies ever to be part of my life .. Love you, "Momma" .. ”
16 of 25 | Posted by: Russ Pratt - Webster, MA

“My deepest condolences for your loss. She always had the brightest smile and a cheerful laugh whenever I visited her. God Bless. ”
17 of 25 | Posted by: Paul Foley - Worcester, MA

“Linda, Jerry, Sheila and Gary...I have such wonderful memories of your mom. She was a great cook and I enjoyed a few of them. I particularly...Read More »
18 of 25 | Posted by: Karen (Riopel) McKay - Toano, VA

“Our heartfelt condolences to your family on the loss of your mother. Remembering such a sweet gentle elegant lady . May she Rest In Peace. ”
19 of 25 | Posted by: Sharon & Larry Audette - MA

“My most sincere condolences to all the family .. Phyllis was the sweetest lady I have ever known. God bless her sweet soul .. ”
20 of 25 | Posted by: Russ Pratt - Webster, MA

“Phyllis will be missed. Her infectious smile always lit up the room. May she rest in peace. God bless her. ”
21 of 25 | Posted by: Conrad Allen - Dudley, MA

“Thank you Mommy for the things you taught me, to speak well, use good manners, to be a great hostess, to dress well and be kind.For giving me my love...Read More »
22 of 25 | Posted by: Jaye Coderre - Auburn, MA

“Dear Linda, Sheila, Jerry and family,Our heartfelt and deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. May she rest in peace! ”
23 of 25 | Posted by: Bob & Sheila Stodolski - Auburn, MA

“I will always remember Momma devouring the Pike's Peak ice cream cones at the Cape.And, "What the Deuce??!!"Love you Momma.Erin ”
24 of 25 | Posted by: Erin Pratt - Old Saybrook, CT

“Sheila and Family, So sorry for your loss. Nancy Paquin ”
25 of 25 | Posted by: Nancy Paquin - Auburn, MA






AUBURN - Phyllis A. (Albrecht) Conroy, 90, passed peacefully at home on Monday, February 5, 2018, with her loving family by her bedside. Phyllis was born and raised in Auburn, a daughter of the late Charles H. and Hazel T. (McCullough) Albrecht. She has called Auburn home her entire life.
During her younger years, with Phyllis playing the violin and her sisters, Barbara on the piano and Alleyne playing the saxophone, family guests were entertained in their home. Neighbors and friends also would invite the trio to entertain at their homes.
Phyllis graduated from Auburn High School and then began working for the former New England Telephone and Telegraph. She soon met the loved of her life, Frederick Conroy and the two were married in 1947. Summers were enjoyed at Cape Cod and Webster Lake. She would often spend summer afternoons sporting around in one of her many convertibles, visiting family and friends, especially her lifelong friends, Alice and Gus Carlson.
Phyllis enjoyed her employment at the former Tie Corner in the Auburn Mall, and later hers was the smiling face to greet you with your morning coffee and newspaper at Holly Farms in Webster.
She will be forever lovingly missed by her five children, Linda Pratt, Jerry Conroy and his wife, Leona, Sheila Conroy and Gary Conroy and his wife, Donna and Jaye Coderre; her eight grandchildren, Lisa Carpenter, Jill and Erin Pratt, Holly Poirier, Elizabeth (Conroy) Narciso, Whitney Conroy, Kimberly (Conroy) Perkins and Felicia (Conroy) Waggoner; her ten great grandchildren, Nicholas and Alexa Fernandez, Owyn Law, Ava, John and Olivia Narciso, Jacob and Evelyn Waggoner and Brian and Erin Carpenter; as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to her husband, Fred, Phyllis was predeceased by her two sisters, Barbara Albrecht and Alleyne Foley.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Life Celebration graveside prayer service on Friday, February 9, at 10:30 am in Hope Cemetery, (Section 104), Hope Avenue, Worcester. A reception will follow at Chuck's Steakhouse in Auburn at 11:30 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to the Alzheimer's Research Foundation, 110 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017 or the American Heart Association, 300 5th Ave., Waltham, MA 02451. Arrangements are in the care of the Lindquist-Lundin Funeral Home, 36 Butler St., Worcester. To share a memory or leave an online condolence, please sign the guestbook on this page.