January 19, 1926 ~ August 3, 2017

Born in: Asheville, NC,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Conrad D. Maney, 91, passed away Thursday, August 3, 2017, at the Charles George VA Medical Center. Mr. Maney was born in Asheville and was preceded in death by his parents, Hughie L. and Annie Sloop Maney, his first wife, Louise Terrell Maney; and brothers, Howard, Forrest, Gilbert and Donald Maney. He was an Army veteran of WW II and received an Associate Degree from Asheville-Biltmore College. He worked as an electrical technician at the National Climatic Data Center. Mr. Maney was a charter member of VFW Post 3040, and was a Mason. He formerly served as a little league coach as well as being active supporting other youth sports. He was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Phyllis Penland Maney; daughters, Lynn Maney-McIntosh (Bill), Cheryl Cantey and Teresa McCarthy; grandchildren, Robbie Player (Amy), Brad Cantey, Scott Cantey and Billy Cantey; great-grandchildren, Margot Player and Nolan Player; and a brother, Carlton Maney (Evelyn). A memorial service will be at 4:00 p.m. Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church with the Revs. Rodney H. Hagans and Nancy Dixon Walton officiating. The family will greet friends at the church following the memorial service. Private burial with Military Honors will be at Green Hills Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, 587 Haywood Road, Asheville, NC 28806, or to the Charles George VAMC Hospice Unit, 1100 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC 28805.

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  1. My sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Maney. Had Mr. Maney as a little league coach way back in 1960. Made a lasting impression on me. Though of him often over these many years. RIP Mr. Maney.

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  2. Dear Teresa, I’m so sorry to hear about your Dad. I never met him but know how special he was to you and you to him so I know he must have been a special person. I do know he was lucky to have such a caring daughter…someone who cared deeply for him always. I hope you and your family are remembering what made him special knowing the memories are treasures you will have forever. My thoughts are with you. Ann

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  3. Lynn ,Cheryl,and Teresa I remember your Dad from all our years at Trinity and the good times we shared. May God Bless you and give you peace and comfort during this time. Jackie Cowan Carter

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  4. I remember your mom and dad from my childhood through hall Fletcher junior high. They were kind and welcoming to me and your friends. He obviously lived a long life of love and family. My prayers are with you. I know the loss is no less being grown up. He is your Dad and your grief is deep. God bring you peace

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  5. With sympathy and love to Phyllis and Conrad’s family. Conrad was a kind and talented man. I still have my blanket chest that he made for me some years ago. God’s peace and comfort to you.

    Nancy Israel Jervis

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  6. Having worked with Conrad at the National Climatic Data Center, I can attest that he was one of the most ‘gentleman-like’ men I have ever met. After his retiring, I was always glad to see and talk with him whenever we met. So glad to have known him.

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  7. So sorry for your loss, know he will be missed, he was a wonderful man, my mom always loved your family, taking care of your grandmother & he was so sweet to her & Bill enjoyed working with him at NCDC! You & Family are in our Thoughts & Prayers, LU Karen & Bill Carter-Asheville, NC

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  8. Lynn, Teresa, and Cheryl and family, our thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this time of loss. Uncle Conrad will be truly missed. Praying God will give you peace, comfort and strength.
    Our Love,
    Clifton & Rheta

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