On July 18, 2023, Heaven was gifted an amazing Cowboy.
Dennis Anthony Conover (Tone) was born on July 21, 1960, to John Raymond Conover and Dorthey Valdez Conover in Clearfield, Utah. Tone accomplished many things in life.
He proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces, earning his GED.
His love of welding secured his job at ICON in Logan for over 20 years. He was always very proud of the beautiful beads he could weld.
Tone spent his free time fishing at any lake he could. He loved being with family every chance he got, but his favorite time was spent with his 4-legged best friend, Rockit; the bond they shared was undeniable. Tone will be remembered for his bubbly personality.
He was always the loudest in the room with all his crazy noises and silly faces he’d make so that he could see others smile! His favorite saying will always be “Cowboy/Cowgirl up MF’er, Keep a smile on your face and hold your head up high.” Tone loved his peeps hard and he will be loved and extremely missed by so many.
Tone is survived by his brother Robert Conover (Carrie), His children Crystal Glanville (Johnny), Devin Taylor (Rebekah), Dillon Taylor, and Anthony Conover. Grandkids; Jeness, Cody, Cameron, Kyle, Skyleigh, Aezly, and great-daughter Skyla.
His bonus children Shannon Jenson, Nikki Bell, Jesse Hernandez, Starlynn Hernandez (Stephan), Sierra Hernandez (Vance), and Dakota Hernandez. Bonus grandkids C.J, Brandun, Tristin, Loralai, Bentley aka baby Tone, Paisley, and Rayden. As Well as so many other family and friends that got to call him dad, brother, uncle, friend, grandpa, etc.
Tone was proceeded in death by his Father; John Raymond Conover, Mother Dorthey Valdez Conover, Brother John Conover, Sister Cindy Nance, Grandson Logan Conover, and Grandson Jayden Rathbone.
Tone’s Celebration of life will be held on Sunday, July 30, 2023, from 5-7pm located at Hyrum Lake Campground at 405 W 300 S Hyrum, Utah 84319 Campsite #16.
In lieu of flowers please donate via Venmo to @toneconover to help with final expenses and help support Anthony as he moves forward in life without his dad.