July 31, 1958 ~ September 4, 2019

Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Herbert Clay Conley, 61 of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on September 4, 2019.  He was born July 31, 1958 to Erbie Lee Conley & Sadie Dulworth.

Herbert retired from K & F Industries after 20 plus years of service.  He enjoyed fishing, watching the Colts games, and working on homes.  He may have been know to many as “The Supervisor”. He liked to give a lot of advise when projects were being done. He’s helpers didn’t mind taking his advise. Everyone may have even heard him say more than once “YOU HEAR ME??”  That was a very popular saying with the family. Herbert enjoyed life.  If he liked you, he would give you a hard way to go and aggravate you. He may not have been a man of many words, but his actions let everyone know just how much HE CARED AND LOVED THEM.

Left to cherish his memory are his children: Tamera, Tamica, Jason, and Alyssa; sibling: Dean, Sue, Patrica, Brenda, Roma, Larry, and Delin; 9 grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.  He was proceeded in death by his parents; sisters: Mary Jane, Janet, and Ann; brother: Erbie Jr

**ALL SERVICES ARE PRIVATE**  NO PUBLIC VISITATION OR FUNERAL

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Gone but not forgotten you left a little piece of yourself everywhere you went and with everyone you knew love you uncle hub your nephew gene

  2. Unk, You always knew just what to say. Most knew you as quiet, you once told me that you was figuring people out. Thats why silence, you were like a big old Teddy Bear. You’ll always have a spot in my ❤ The good do die way to young. Dance with granny Ill see you when I get there old man.. Love ya Unk.. Always fly high ur wings are free now

  3. Uncle Hub you was the best uncle anyone could ask for. U was always there when I needed u. U was always helping anybody & everybody. U would give anyone the shirt off ur back. I remember all the times we would stay up & laugh & had a good old times. I’m going to miss u so very much & u will always have a place in my ♥️.

    • Grandpa. I know we had our ups and downs but you were my best friend, a bond that is unbreakable. I love you so much and I miss you. You were my rock. You will always be in my heart.
      ~ your favorite

  4. Hey big brother
    I just can’t believe this I’m numb. You will be missed You are with mom ,bud, Janet , Jane. I know Jane is saying you can’t let me do anything without you. She was waiting on you they all were. This is wAy to soon. The kids miss you. You will always be remembered in our hearts. And will be talked about every day. Love you always. Your little sister.
    Roma. Joe. Cambrya. Gavin. Garrett.

  5. Brother ,
    I can’t believe this is all happening right now. I’m still shocked I know sister Jane and Janet mom and bud. Was waiting for you. You will be missed love you always. Little sister Roma and joe. And Cambrya. Gavin Garrett Joey

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