James “Jamey” Conlin, 49, of Wheeling, died Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at Liza’s Place, Wheeling.
He was born October 22, 1966, in Pittsburgh, PA, son of Carol Conlin and the late Robert Conlin.
Jamey was a graduate of Wheeling Central Catholic High School, Class of 1984, and then furthered his education at WVU, earning a B.S. degree. He taught at St. Michael Catholic School and then working both as a teacher and principal at St. Sylvester School in Woodsfield, OH. Jamey also taught at Bishop Donahue High School before coming to CCHS to teach and become the head coach of the varsity baseball team.
Jamey is survived by his loving mother, Carol Conlin, several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins and many very close friends. Jamey touched the lives of so many students, co-workers, throughout his short time with us.
Friends will be received on Thursday, October 20, 2016 from 2:00pm until 8:00pm at the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 1400 Eoff St., Wheeling, WV 26003.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 10:00am at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, with Rev. Dennis Scheulkens as celebrant.
Burial will then take place at All Saints Braddock Catholic Cemetery, in Braddock, PA.
Online condolences may be extended to the family at www.altmeyerfuneralhomes.com.
Memorial contributions may be made to Central Catholic High School by clicking here.
Sorry to hear about Jamey.
He was loved by the many people he came into contact with and had a special impact on his students and the athletes he coached.
Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
With deepest condolences,
Pete & Erin Cuffaro
The words in the newspaper read, “A Man Without an Enemy,” no truer words were ever spoken. The world is not so kind a place as it once was only a few days ago since we learned of Jamey’s passing. We were so blessed to have had Mr. Jamey Conlin in our children’s lives, this gentle man who was such a tremendous example for each and every one of us, not to mention an exemplary educator and administrator. You have been missed since you left St. Sylvester School Jamey, but the tremendously sad realization is that so many young boys and girls will miss the opportunity to learn by the example you have set. Rest in peace, dear friend, godspeed . . .
I am so very sorry for your loss. To lose someone with so much left to share with the world must be terribly difficult. May you all find comfort in your wonderful memories shared, as well as God’s promise of the resurrection of our loved ones asleep in death. (Daniel 12:2)
Jesus said at John 5:21,28,29: “For just as the Father raises the dead up and makes them alive, so the Son also makes alive whomever he wants to. The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.”
Carol, you have my most sincere and deepest sympathy. Jamie was such a nice and gentle man. He will be missed by so many. May your strong faith, loving friends and family, and fond memories help to comfort you. You are in my daily prayers. Love Kissy
May Jamie’s and Robert’s souls rest in peace and perpetual light shine upon them.
We just saw Jamey’s death notice in the Pittsburgh paper. We can’t imagine how hard it must be for you at this time. Even though we know the Lord walks with you, we realize the pain of giving up the ones we love. Be assured of our continued prayers.
With love , prayers and sympathy,
Sr. Sandy Pelusi, RSM, and Sr. Judy Stojhovic, RSM
Jamey was so much more than the best math teacher; he excelled at being a human being. He set an example for everyone.
Jamey, I will miss you very much. You ran the good race, Coach.
Jamey was the best!
It seems like yesterday that you and your parents moved to Bethlehem and we started playing baseball together. Hard to believe that was 40 years ago. We had so much fun back then and you became a friend through the years. Your mom, dad and you became a part of a very tight knit community in Bethlehem and we had great fun traveling to baseball games and tournaments back when we were kids. You will be missed. I know your up there in heaven catching up with your dad. Thanks!
GROWING UP IN BETHLEHEM
My condolences to Jamey’s family and friends during this very difficult time.
I was lucky enough to be teaching at St Michael Parish School while Jamey was there doing the same. He knew so well how to reach and teach his students and everyone responded so favorably to his outgoing and winning personality. My granddaughter, Dhira, was so fortunate to be guided by Jamey during “peer ministry” at Central Catholic High School. We will be among so many who will miss him. Rest in peace, Jamey!