Darius Conklin

Obituary of Darius J. Conklin

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Darius J. Conklin a lifelongresident of Port Jervis died suddenly on July, 31, 2023.  He was 69. 

Beloved husband of Patti Conklin at home. Devoted father of Kasey Moore along with her husband Jesse of TN.  Cherished Pop of Mason & Colton Moore. Dear brother of Brian his spouse Irene, Korinne, Coe and Cheryl with her spouse Russell.  Son in law of Mable & George Pelton of Sparrowbush.  He was an uncle, cousin, brother in law and friend to many.  

In addition to his parents, Darius was predeceased in life by his brother Brad Conklin. 

The son of the late Raymond & Joan Conklin, he was born on May 29, 1954 in Port Jervis.  

Longtime member of the Elks Lodge #645 and the Tri State Naval Ship 7241.  He was an avid hunter and golfer, two passions that would have been fruitless without the many friends he shared these times with.  Anyone that knew Darius was aware that his helping hand was a phone call away.  Above all in recent years his role of “Pop” to his grandsons was his greatest joy.  

Visitation Thursday August 3rd from 2:00 to 6:00PM at the KNIGHT-AUCHMOODY Funeral Home 154 East Main Street, Port Jervis NY.  Following the visitation a private cremation will take place at MacLennan Hall Crematorium, Milford PA.   Please make use of the Tribute Wall by leaving a memory or condolence for the family. 

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2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Thursday, August 3, 2023
Knight-Auchmoody Funeral Home
154 East Main Street
Port Jervis, New York, United States
(845) 856-3312
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Darius Conklin

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Darius Conklin

1954 - 2023

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