Con Lee Shea

Born: Thu., Sep. 6, 1951
Died: Thu., Jun. 4, 2020


Recitation of the Rosary

7:00 PM Thu., Jun. 11, 2020
Location: Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Fri., Jun. 12, 2020
Location: St. Andrews


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Con Lee Shea, 68, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, June 4th, 2020 after a 3-year battle with esophageal cancer.

Con was born September 6, 1951 at Caldwell, ID to Jerry and Donna (Haines) Shea. He was raised in the Marsing, ID area where he graduated from high school. After high school, Con joined the Army and was stationed in Germany before being honorably discharged and moving home, where he and the love of his life, Jaime Baltzor married on September 14, 1974.

After moving to Pendleton in 1975, Con worked in sales for a few local businesses before purchasing Pendleton Quicky Lube in 2006. They sold the business in 2017 and Con retired. He spent some time driving for Interpath Laboratories before he fell ill. Con volunteered for many organizations such as the Lion’s Club, Knights of Columbus and visited countless children as Santa Claus, with his sidekick, Sparky the Elf (Rick Baltzor), for several years. Con loved to hunt with his brothers-in-law, golfing with friends and spending time with his family. Con had more friends than we can count, many of which he considered “best friends”. He developed a love for wood-working and made several creations for those he loved.

Con is survived by his wife, Jaime; mother-in-law Arlene Baltzor; Brothers Joe (Suzanne) and Benny (Sandra) Shea; sister Lori (Chris) Gebhart; brothers-in-law Keith (Katie) and Rick (Chelle) Baltzor; daughters Melissa (Shane) Weston, Keri (Jordan) Standley and Kristin (Jerrod) Dickerson; grandchildren Bryce, Conner, Jolie, Jacob, Miles, Kaylee, Alex, Hudson and Lucie;  great-grandchildren Milo and Casey; Godchildren Jaime Chenoweth, Kayla Rushton,  Meghan Parsons and Zach LaRue; along with several cousins, nieces and nephews. He was proceeded in death by his parents and father-in-law, James Baltzor.

A recitation of the Rosary will be at 7:00 pm Thursday, June 11th at Pendleton Pioneer Folsom-Bishop in Pendleton, followed by a memorial service on Friday, June 12th at 11:00 am at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Mission, Oregon. A luncheon at Hodgen Distributing will be held following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Vange John Memorial Hospice. The family would like to thank Bruce and Vicki Coe for opening their home to our family while Con was going through treatment and Richard Oja for his exceptional care of Con in his final weeks. We can never express how much your kindness and support mean to us.

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Roxann Engle Malmberg
   Posted Mon June 08, 2020
I am so sorry to hear about Con. My thoughts and prayers to Jaime, all of Con’s family and friends. Memories of Con when we all lived and grew up in Marsing.

Ken Jess
   Posted Tue June 09, 2020
I was sad to hear of the passing of a friend from my youth. My thoughts and prayers go out to Jaime and the rest of the family. Con was a friend to many, and loved by all, and will be missed. I am proud to have known Con and to have considered him to be my friend.

Cindy Sword
   Posted Tue June 09, 2020
Dear Jamie and family,
My deepest sympathy to you. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Bill & Sharon Burns
   Posted Tue June 09, 2020
To know him was to love him... Mr. Shea you will be missed..

Bill and Pam Ezell
   Posted Tue June 09, 2020
Our hearts are with you in this most difficult time. Know that he was loved greatly, by many.

Arne Swanson
   Posted Wed June 10, 2020
Con Shea was a decent and honorable human being. He was compassionate and caring man who loved his beautiful wife and family. Catching up with Con was always special because of his sincere ability to listen.

I will always feel that a special part of Pendleton has left with Con Shea. A life well-live and well-loved.

Arne Swanson

Art & Frances Gale
   Posted Wed June 10, 2020
Dearest Jaime,
I am so very, very sorry for Con's passing and the heartbreaking sorrow you are experiencing. You have our sincere sympathy.

Tom Blaine
   Posted Fri June 12, 2020
My prayers go out to Cons Family .
I knew Con with working at the East Oregonian .
Many years ago . Good man .

Tom Blaine

Marna Baysinger
   Posted Fri June 12, 2020
I was so sad to hear of Cons passing. Doc and I thought so much of him A great,. warm, wonderful, loving man. All my love, Marna


Jan
   Posted Fri June 12, 2020
To Jaime and family I send my love and prayers that you might be comforted at this time.. Con was a man that will never be forgotten. Kind, loyal , good ,decent all the things that make a great guy. Im truly sorry and I have fond memories of each one of you through out the years I've known you. May you be comforted and blessed . Big Hugs Jaime until we can see each other again.
My love,
Jan

Wil and Carrie Phinney
   Posted Mon June 15, 2020
Con was a funny man, a kind man, a good man. It was a pleasure to work with him and call him a friend.

Janet Runnion
   Posted Mon June 15, 2020
He was a strong warrior. My heart goes out to the family. God Bless all of you.

Philip & Linda Ruud
   Posted Sat July 11, 2020
Con was a great man and he will be missed. We met Con at our business when he worked for the East Oregonian. We always had a good visit with him. We send our condolences to you his family and especially to Melissa. The Lord give you all comfort.

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