Conrad Warren Buckley age 52, passed away Monday, April 27, 2020 due to complications of Covid-19. He was born in St. Albans, Vermont on April 01, 1968 to Douglas and Paulette Buckley. Conrad attended Bellows Free Academy and graduated in 1986 and went on to attend Castleton University where he received his Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.
In his early years Conrad enjoyed spending time with his family, tending to his downtown paper route and playing sports. In 1992, Conrad became the proud father of a beautiful baby girl, Bailey.
In later years, Conrad moved to Massachusetts, where he met and married his wife Naysha Muniz. While in Massachusetts he became a member of the Northeastern University Police department for over 12 years. Conrad loved serving the University community and he took great pride in working with the student athletes. In 2018 Conrad and his wife moved to Florida where he had the privilege to serve as a Clermont Police Officer until his passing. There he quickly forged relationships with his law enforcement family.
Conrad was a man of many professional accomplishments however, he was most proud of recently being promoted to Grampy.
Conrad is survived by his wife Naysha Muniz-Buckley, his daughter Bailey Buckley and her partner Trevor Connolly; his granddaughter Harlow Jae Connolly; his sister Beth Miller; brother Douglas Buckley II; nieces Hailie Rock, her partner Keesy, their daughter Kinley, Abigail Buckley, and Isabella Barnaby; mother-in-law Mindy Cordero & partner Julio; father in law Gregorio Muniz and his wife Dalia; sister-in-law Nashira Muniz & partner Joe; brother-in-law Osiris Muniz.
He is predeceased by his daughter Jordan Brittany Buckley, his mother and father, and his brother-in-law Allen Miller.
Conrad deeply loved his family, friends and career. He was a man of integrity that brought people together and built lasting relationships. His family will continue to uphold his memory and honor him by doing the same.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In honor of Conrad’s memory, the family humbly requests you consider making a donation of blood or plasma in his name to the American Red Cross.