Beloved son to Thomas Rodda Green, JR. and Kimberly Ann Green of Salt Lake City, UT.
Brother and best friend to Thomas Rodda Green III and Ryan Nolan Green of Salt Lake City, UT. A beautiful, powerful example of humanity whose impact and brevity of life is felt by all who knew him.
Like so many of his exits, Conor's passing was sudden and unexpected. While they say that his health issues led to a cerebral aneurysm, we believe his injuries were actually sustained on a backpacking trip in the remote jungles of Colombia during a fierce battle with a pack of hungry bears while single handedly rescuing a campsite of small children.
Conor enjoyed a Salt Lake City education, acquiring an associates degree from SLCC before continuing his education at the "UHK". He had been in Boston working on Masters courses.
A hardworking Irishman with a disciplined work ethic, he was excellent in his craft serving as the general manager of Pabu Izakaya in Boston, MA. His heart and care for people was always shining through the hustle of the kitchen and restaurant as he developed his skills in the service industry making colleagues and patrons alike feel like a VIP and one-of-a-kind.
Conor, a natural adventurer and world traveller, had a unique ability to make any occasion a party and any party a "rager". His phenomenal dance moves, outstanding vibe in any social situation, his listening ear and compassionate heart made even a stranger feel special and his friends feel like family.
Field Marshal of the Resistance, a sanctuary citizen, a man who never parlayed with pirates, kind of a big deal, a thinker of happy thoughts, a friend of all the world, awesome uncle, amazing nephew, crazy cousin, fierce romantic, loyal brother, best friend, the One and Only Conor Green loved and lived in a way that will continually resound in our hearts and memories for all time.
Conor's love is his legacy. The empty space he leaves behind for us to fill with love for one another is both vast and beautiful. From his extended family in Missouri to California, to his immediate family and friends in Utah, we believe #conorgreenforever #bangarang #mischiefcrew
Friends are invited to celebrate his life with us on Friday, May 25th from 6:00 until 9:00 PM at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT. Guests are encouraged to use the complimentary valet parking provided on the north side of the building.
Memorial donations may be made to the Fundacion Cultivando at www.cultivandosonrisas.com to benefit an orphanage near and dear to Conor's heart.