, 2014

Conley honored by
by Lancaster board

by Audrey Thomasson

LANCASTER—The board of supervisors last week recognized Weston F. Conley Jr. for a lifetime of dedication and service to the community.

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Weston Conley

Supervisors honored him with a resolution and accepted “with deep regret” his resignation from the Lancaster County Economic Development Authority (EDA), a position he held since 1997.

A resident of Morattico, Conley was serving as chairman of the EDA when he resigned for health reasons.

Reading from the resolution, county administrator Frank Pleva noted “Mr. Conley’s professional life as one of leadership in the many organizations in which he was involved, including the Virginia Seafood Council, Shellfish Institute of North America, Smith Seafood in Reedville, Rappahannock Seafood in Kilmarnock, founding member of Virginia Marine Products Commission, Board of Directors of Bank of Lancaster, founding board member of Bay Banks and YMCA of Kilmarnock.”

The resolution also cited civic organizations in which Conley has taken an active role including the EDA, Northern Neck/Chesapeake Bay Region Partnership, Lancaster Sheriff’s Advisory Committee, Morattico Museum and the Upper Lancaster Ruritan Club, where he recently received acclaim for 50 years of perfect attendance. In addition, Conley is an active member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Morattico where he served as chairman of the administrative council.

“The Lancaster Board of Supervisors hopes Mr. Conley’s dedication to public service serves as an example to other citizens of Lancaster County to work for the improvement of our close-knit, friendly community,” Pleva read.

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